Recognized as a leading innovator enhancing the standards of dental patient care, Straumann was an early adopter of ceramic additive manufacturing as one of the first companies to invest in XJet NPJ technology. According to Oehler, Straumann was won over by the technology because of the accuracy of parts, shorter overall production cycles, and the game-changing soluble support material that allows unique ease-of-use.
German Pharma Giant Bayer to Collaborate with Tel Aviv University to Test Drugs Using 3D Printed Human Heart Tissues
The team uses Zortrax 3D printers to implement their projects. Initially, they only used the M200 printer and later supplemented their studio’s equipment with a resin Inkspire printer. This device has revolutionized their work allowing the creation of elements with the final height of less than 2 cm measured
ExOne Launches Updated Quick Ship Metal 3D Printing Service; Also Adds Two New Stainless Steel Materials
Royal DSM to take over part of Clariant’s 3D Printing Business Portfolio to Offer Rapid Material Product Development
BMW Group officially opens its Dedicated Additive Manufacturing Campus to lead the adoption of AM in Auto Sector
The BMW Group has, yesterday, officially opened its new Additive Manufacturing Campus to bring together production of prototype and series parts under one roof, along with research into new 3D printing technologies, and associate training for the global rollout of toolless production.
Redwire, a new venture established to solve complex challenges of future space missions, announced today the acquisition of Made In Space, Inc. (“MIS”), an Enabler of Earth-independent exploration through space manufacturing technology.