Partnership brings together two market leaders in 3D printing and 3D scanning, enabling customers to leverage both technologies for high-quality 3D file input and output
New industrial oven with "pill pushing" robotic gantry precisely removes excess moisture from 3D-printed pharmaceuticals
A leading pharmaceutical manufacturer approached Thermal Product Solutions with a request to develop an oven that would uniformly remove excess moisture from 3D-printed prescription medications. Gruenberg engineers designed and developed a new custom industrial oven with an external robotic gantry, heat-saving windows, and internal actuators and sensors that precisely positions and dries trays of pills to exact standards.
The Afinia 3D H800 3D printer recently won the RAPID 2015 Exhibitor Innovation Award. The H800 was selected by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) Rapid Technologies & Additive Manufacturing (RTAM) Committee.
The Giant 3D printer, with an eye-catching all-steel seamless design, fully caters to the needs of high-end users in the design and education sectors with its powerful set of features.
Soluble Support and Heated Chamber Provide High-Quality in Entry Level Printer
Sign up to PrintParts.com before launch and get a chance to win a Makerbot Replicator 3D printer.
GoEngineer has more than 30 years of experience in supplying customers with the technology to solve their product design and manufacturing challenges.
Founded by mechanical engineer Clay Guillory, who calls himself “a mechanical engineer by day, and a mechanical engineer by night,” Titan Robotics focuses on doing one thing and one thing very well: designing large 3D printers that are designed to last a lifetime. Among other applications that Clay has used his 3D printing know-how towards include prosthetic hands - which started as a request from a mother whose 8-year old boy was in need of a low-cost solution.
Titan Robotics’ Atlas 3D printer was named after the famous Greek god who was known for fighting alongside the Titans and then later charged to bear the weight of the heavens on his shoulders. According to Clay, “the strength of this Greek god is an accurate depiction of the strength and size of this new 3D printer”.
With over a year in development including real-world testing in various manufacturing facilities, the Atlas has proven to be a highly-accurate 3D printer that is capable of printing large prototypes reliably over time. According to the company, one beta user documented printing an extremely large accurate and functioning prototype with a total recorded print time of just over 200 hours.
Challenge taps GrabCAD's 2 million members to rethink the research satellite
New UL 3D printing facility will offer advanced training, validation programs, advisory services and research
3-D printing could really change medical research. Important questions can be answered, saving both time and money, as 3-D-printed models give surgeons new perspectives and opportunities to practice, and patients and their families a deeper understanding of complex procedures.
Collaboration Enhances 3D Warehouse Experience, Allows Makers and Other Users of SketchUp Software to Create, Access and Share Printable 3D Models with Ease
3D Printing and Short-Run Manufacturing service provider Forecast 3D is excited to announce that they will be exhibiting at RAPID next week, with the championship winning Harbinger race car that displays over 45 functioning parts built utilizing Forecast 3D's additive manufacturing technologies.
WORLD'S FIRST 3D PRINTED PHOTOSYNTHETIC WEARABLE, OPENING NEW FRONTIERS FOR ART, DESIGN, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Neri Oxman's lauded TED Talk reveals Stratasys 3D printed wearable hosting living matter in another world's first
STRATASYS JOINS SME'S BRIGHT MINDS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM TO DEVELOP FUTURE CAREERS IN ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
The Bright Minds program will be featured at three industry events this year
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Technology development moves at a dizzying pace and the machine vision industry is no exception. Specific to imaging there is consistent innovation aimed at improving efficiencies, costs, and intelligence. Over the past 12 months, for example, new USB3 Vision™ products have driven the design of higher bandwidth, plug-and-play solutions for imaging applications. What's next for machine vision? This article examines five trends that are expected to influence imaging system design. Sign up at right to receive news and updates on the latest vision technology for medical imaging and you'll receive Five Trends for Imaging Technologies free!