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3D Systems Corporation | September 11, 2019
3D Systems is to introduce five new materials for its Figure 4 family at TCT Show with general availability scheduled for October 1st. The company will also showcase the Figure 4 Standalone and Modular platforms, as well as a selection of metal 3D printing applications and a number of its software tools. 3D Systems launched Figure 4 technology in 2017 with the Standalone platform designed to meet prototyping and low-volume production needs and the Modular platform enabling users to scale up as t...
3D Systems Corporation | October 24, 2019
3D Systems has announced a collaboration with Belgian start-up Antleron to advance biomedical and living therapy engineering with 3D printing. Antleron, which specialises in the development of regenerative products and personalised patient care, has setup an R&D facility in Leuven to support and validate its 3D bioprinting projects. The company’s living therapy factory brings together cells, biomaterials, biologics, and bioreactors with artificial intelligence and 3D Systems printers t...
IndustryWeek | January 14, 2020
Nearly three-quarters of manufacturing managers worldwide consider data sharing to improve their operations. In a recent study, the World Economic Forum, in collaboration with Boston Consulting Group, entitled Share to Gain: Unlocking Data Value in Manufacturing, examined the opportunities associated with data sharing in manufacturing and the enablers for building successful data-sharing ecosystems. Although manufacturers are making strides in applying data-driven technologies, most focus on app...
ELEMENTUM 3D | January 13, 2020
Additive manufacturing research and development company Elementum 3D has received investment from Sumitomo Corporation of Americas through its Series A funding round. The undisclosed amount has been given to Elementum in order to support its endeavours in the development of advanced metal, composites and ceramic materials for 3D printing. It represents SCOA’s fourth investment in the additive manufacturing market, after backing aerospace supplier Sintavia, manufacturer AREVO, and service b...
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