ProtoTyping to Production with Large format 3D Printers

In a recent webinar, John Good, 3D Platform’s (3DP) VP Global Sales and Marketing, sat down with Design World to discuss the ways in which 3DP’s newest large-format printer concepts are driving stronger business values within manufacturing. Here are the top 5: Large Build Volume Traditional desktop 3D printers are perfect for prototype parts but can

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4 Things to Consider When Slicing a Model for 3D Printing

Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) is an additive manufacturing process that builds objects by depositing continuous filament or thermoplastic materials (source:wikipedia). Parts printed with the FFF technology are very rigid, which makes them great choices for projects with a rigidity requirement, such as jigs and fixtures,manufacturing aids, and functional production parts. There are several key elements

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WASP Presents DeltaWASP 3MT – Pricipal of 4D Simulations

Big dimensions printing DeltaWASP 3MT is a self-production instrument used to create big dimensions objects (one cubic meter maximum), freely and personalized. It can print furniture like chairs, tables, lamps, coat racks, umbrella stands. Moreover, it is an ideal tool for designers and architects, technical schools, universities, research centers. Another application is in the automotive

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Medical Implants with the help of 3D Printing

The metal surface coatings applied to orthopedic implants allow a three-dimensional interconnected array of pores throughout the coating thickness, which in turn helps to promote bone tissue in-growth and provide long-term stability of the implant. The traditional processes used to apply these coatings including sintering and plasma spraying. The introduction of direct metal transfer (DMT)

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Cutting Time & Costs of Molds with 3D Printing

Molding is the process of manufacturing by shaping liquid or flexible raw material using a rigid frame called a mold. Plastic injection molding is one of the most commonly used manufacturing processes in the world today. However, traditional molding process requires high initial tooling cost, and engineers are often limited to many design restrictions. Use

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5 Easy Steps to Save 3D Printing Time

When slicing models to 3D print, we have to balance two opposing factors: the speed of a print versus the quality of the finished part. These factors are not always at odds; with advanced techniques, it is possible to reduce print time dramatically while still maintaining excellent quality. In this blog, we will be using

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Post Processing of 3D Printed Parts

In a perfect world, 3D prints would all leave our printers prepared to go. In any case, as anybody with a 3D printer knows, this is not generally the situation, and eventually a large portion of us will wind up attempting to flawlessly expel underpins from our prints without leaving an uneven surface on our

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Do’s & Dont’s for FDM Printers

Before Printing Do’s Dont’s Check for power supply Never print a file before removing the last printed component Remove the last printed part form bed if any Do not remove-and-plug power supply again and again Heat the Nozzle up to the extrusion temperature of last printed material if previous material was of higher extrusion temperature Do

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3D Printed Products With Clay on Our 3D Printer

Moving toward changing the world’s view on 3D Printing we have come across to print with clay which could reduce a lot of time and money. You can have a look at our different printed products from clay below: It is an excellent example of how 3D Printing industry is taking over all the areas

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