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Renishaw partners with Identify3D to add security and traceability to additive manufacturing

Published 16 November 2017

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: engineering, design, manufacturing, siemens, additive manufacturing, renishaw, ip, identify3d

Identify3D will provide data protection and enforce production rules

Renishaw aims to offer an end-to-end, secure digital manufacturing process through a new collaboration with digital supply chain software company Identify3D.

SanFrancisco-based Identify3D will provide data protection coupled with contractual and manufacturing licensing from design to production on Renishaw AM systems.

According to Renishaw, by choosing to secure all digital data in the engineering phase, the technology enables users of its systems to protect their digital intellectual property, enforce production rules and provide traceability in the digital supply chain at the industry’s highest standard.

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New biocompatible silicone 3D printing material from Carbon

Published 16 November 2017

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: 3d printing, manufacturing, materials, medical, additive manufacturing, carbon, carbon3d, silicone

A selection of 3D printed airway stents, built using Carbon’s SIL30 silicone material

SIL 30, a soft, tear-resistant, biocompatible new silicone resin, has opened up Carbon‘s 3D printing solutions to a range of medical and consumer products such as headphones, wristbands, and various other wearables.

Carbon worked with NAMSA, a leader in biocompatibility testing, to certify SIL 30 as well as six additional Carbon resins, all printable on its M Series 3D printers.

The resins are also certified for use in medical device manufacturing – another industry that has seen significant benefits from using 3D printing.

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New HQ and 3D Academy to be opened by Hobs Studio

Published 16 November 2017

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: 3d printing, visualisation, london, here east, hobs

East London’s growing tech hub Here East will be home to the new Hobs 3D printing and visualisation facility

A new 7,200 sq. ft. 3D printing and virtual reality lab is to be opened by Hobs Studio in East London, with plans to initiate a 3D academy that will help build a talent pool of 3D specialists.

As part of the Here East site - home to Plexal, Europe’s largest innovation ecosystem, Loughborough University London, UCL, BT Sport, and with Ford also set to open its European Smart Mobility Office - Hobs’ new base will employ around 30 people and provide a range of visual and 3D printing services.

“We wanted to be part of East London’s thriving creative scene and Here East was the natural choice for our new headquarters as we looked to expand in the years ahead,” said Hobs Studio managing director Michelle Greeff.

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DMG MORI flexes new metals muscle with post acquisition Realizer SLM machines

Published 16 November 2017

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: 3d printing, manufacturing, materials, additive manufacturing, sls, dmg mori

The fruits of DMG MORI’s majority share in Realizer look promising

Since DMG MORI acquired a majority share in German additive manufacturing firm Realizer it has been busy rebranding and re-speccing its range of SLS powder-bed 3D printers to add to a stable already featuring laser deposition welding.

The Lasertec 30 SLM is equipped with a 300 × 300 × 300 mm build area, with layer thicknesses of 20 to 100 µm depending on the surface quality and build-up rate, and application-specific fibre laser sources of 400 Watt to 1kW.

A low argon consumption of only 70 l/h and integrated powder conditioning should ensure optimum powder handling, more so with the exchangeable powder module meaning changeovers take less than two hours.

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