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Carbon nanotubes for 3D printed sensors

Spin-off of Lati, Lati3Dlab is dedicated to engineering and manufacturing of special thermoplastic compounds suitable for FDM 3D printing. Among recently developed grades, electrically conductive materials have met successful applications in printing of conductive devices used in medical, electronics, robotics and sensor technology. Thanks to...

At Formnext RadiciGroup launches new filaments for 3D printing

At the Formnext fair (Frankfurt, 16-19 November) RadiciGroup launches the new Radilon Adline range of filaments for 3D printing based on special grades of its Radilon polyamides. Radilon Adline products are characterized by their high performance and are suitable not only for prototyping, but also for the manufacture of...

3D printers with SAF technology for large volume production

The first details about its upcoming line of powder bed fusion-based 3D printers has been shared by Stratasys. The new H Series Production Platform will be powered by Selective Absorption Fusion (SAF) technology specifically designed to meet the needs of volume manufacturing. Commercial availability of 3D printers based on SAF technology...

Stratasys acquires Origin and enlarges its offer of solutions for the 3D printing of polymers

Stratasys announced it signed an agreement to acquire 3D printing startup Origin in a transaction for total consideration of up to 100 million dollars, including cash and stock. The merger enables Stratasys to expand its leadership through innovation in the fast-growing mass production parts segment with a next-generation photopolymer platform...

Continental relies on FDM additive manufacturing and materials of Stratasys

Renowned as one of the world’s leading tire manufacturers, automotive technologies leader Continental actually has an even wider solutions portfolio, including automotive part production, connectivity, automated driving and mobility services via its Continental Engineering Services (CES) division. Cost effectiveness and speed are keys to its...