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19 03, 2019

iOrthotics – HP 3D Printing for Shoe Insoles

By |2019-03-19T14:47:19-04:00March 19th, 2019|Categories: 2 Minute Tuesdays, 3D Printing, 3D Printing / Additive Mfg, CQTV, Desktop Metal|Tags: , |0 Comments

https://cimquesttv.wistia.com/medias/ola6wg4dyz?embedType=iframe&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640 iOrthotics makes custom insoles for podiatrists around the world. Through HP 3D printing, they've been able to yield superior products while tripling their daily output. To read more about iOrthotics you download the white paper here. Complete the form below to download the Case Study

6 03, 2019

Desktop Metal Introduces 316L Stainless Steel

By |2019-03-06T13:27:58-04:00March 6th, 2019|Categories: 3D Printing / Additive Mfg, Desktop Metal, Materials|Tags: , |0 Comments

Desktop Metal recently added 316L stainless steel to their list of printable metals on the Studio System. Characterized by its corrosion resistance and performance at both high and low temperatures, 316L is a fully austenitic stainless steel ideal for harsh environments. Expert metallurgy is at the core of the Studio System, which was built to simplify even the most challenging aspects of metal fabrication—including easy material changes in under a minute. The introduction of 316L creates new opportunities for designers and engineers to prototype and produce parts for particularly demanding environments such as marine applications, chemical processing, and medical devices. [...]

26 02, 2019

Desktop Metal Studio+ Current Materials

By |2019-02-26T11:06:22-04:00February 26th, 2019|Categories: 2 Minute Tuesdays, 3D Printing, 3D Printing / Additive Mfg, CQTV, Desktop Metal|Tags: , |0 Comments

https://cimquesttv.wistia.com/medias/gz98m7c6hs?embedType=iframe&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640 Desktop Metal’s Bound Metal Deposition platform will ultimately have access to a wide range of metals from the MIM industry and there are currently 30 materials in development. The two materials currently available are 17-4 & 316 stainless steel with more on the way.

30 01, 2015

Stronger, More Colorful Prototypes, End Use Parts with New 3D Printing Materials

By |2016-12-15T14:31:11-04:00January 30th, 2015|Categories: 3D Printing / Additive Mfg|Tags: , |0 Comments

Reposted from Stratasys Blog 29 Jan. 2015 by Laurie Carr Color ASA Thermoplastics allow you to bypass further painting or finishing steps, saving time and money Endur Digital Materials are ideal for challenging geometries and repetitive testing – produce durable prototypes with thin walls, living hinges, snap-fits and moving or assembled parts Stratasys’ tenacious new 3D printing materials allow you to produce more durable prototypes for repetitive testing and tough, color-matched assembly tools as well as end use parts more efficiently and cost-effectively than traditional manufacturing technologies. Think in Color with FDM’s ASA Thermoplastic Technology The increase in demand for [...]

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