Month: March 2018

Formlabs Case Study: Copenhagen School of Design and Technology (KEA)

Industry: Education Application: Jewellery Benefits of 3D Printing: – An educational learning tool – Practical application – New manufacturing techniques using Formlabs’ resins The Copenhagen School of Design and Technology (KEA) is one of the world’s foremost educational institutions for technology and design. Founded in 2009, KEA is a higher education institution for creative doers and …

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Davidson Jewels

Industry: Jewellery Application: Casting, Prototyping Benefits of 3D Printing: – Reduced casting costs – Reduced product lead times – In-house production – Newfound design flexibility For many jewellers, 3D printing is a new concept. For others, the idea of printing jewellery prototypes in-house, at minimal cost, has appealed for some time. Some even adopted the …

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Pankl Racing Systems

Industry: Manufacturing Application: Tooling and Custom Fixtures Benefits of 3D Printing: Reduced costs by 80-90% Reduced lead times from 2-3 weeks to 1 day Pankl Racing Systems manufacture custom high-performance engine and drivetrain components for the aerospace industry and racing cars, including for Formula 1. Every engine and drivetrain component they manufacture requires a series …

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Join Markforged for their ‘Composites and Metals’ Webcast on March 6th

Event: Composites and Metals: Exploring Two Complementary 3D Printing Technologies Date/Time: Tuesday, March 6, 2018 from 11 – 11:45am EST | 4 – 4:45pm UTC. FREE REGISTER Presented by Markforged Content Engineer Alex Crease, the live webcast will discuss composites and metals in 3D printing, with examples of how these parts can work together in manufacturing.  …

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