Combining X-rays and 3D printing technology allows doctors to use scans of the patient to produce a virtual model of the area of interest. This model can then be printed according to lifelike dimensions and sizings. IDEX technology is particularly advantageous here, as the model can be printed in different materials, to replicate different parts of the body such as bones or tissue.
Arkema Invests in Continuous Composites to Rapidly Advance the Development of 3D Composite Manufacturing
Arkema, a leader in high-performance materials for composites and photocurable liquid resins for additive manufacturing, is taking its partnership with Continuous Composites, creator of Continuous Fiber 3D Printing technology (CF3D®), to the next level with an investment in the company to rapidly advance the development of 3D composite manufacturing, a groundbreaking innovation for strong, lightweight structures.
The latest edition of our technology series talks about a unique metal 3D printing technology developed by a Canadian Startup, Rapidia. We focus on understanding this intriguing water-based metal 3D printing technology.
Domestic Data Streamers rely on BCN3D's 3D Printing Technology to Save Costs at Cisco Live 2020 Event
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