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Evatronix 3D Scanners adds UK reseller to its reach

Published 20 September 2019

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: cam, 3d scanning, poland, evatronix, cdg

Evatronix has signed Concurrent Design Group (CDG) to offer UK sales, support and training for its range of 3D Scanners, including its Heavy Duty Quadro 3D scanner.

Built for data capture of medium to large objects even in harsh conditions (the casing holds a dustproof IP62 rating), the Quadro uses four 5MP cameras and RGB LEDs to provide two scanning ranges in one unit, with a claimed accuracy of 0.013mm.

The ability to scan in two ranges, narrow and wide, makes the Quadro a versatile device for objects of different sizes and levels of complexity.

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UK’s £9.3 million competition to trial innovations to tackle global social challenges

Published 20 September 2019

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: jobs, competition, tech, innovation, government

The Global Challenges Research Fund has launched at £9.3 million competition to trial innovations and products to tackle global societal challenges in emerging countries.

The aim is for disadvantaged people in poorer economies to benefit from new and innovative products and services, and from the markets and jobs created by them.

Projects must meet one or two of the the 10 UN sustainable development goals, show an understanding of the culture and needs of the relevant country and of specific challenges and opportunities presented in that country.

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3D Hubs adds sheet metal fabrication to its online options

Published 18 September 2019

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: manufacturing, cnc, materials, tech, sheet metal, 3d hubs

3D Hubs launching its new sheet metal services at EMO, Hannover

“We want to be a one-stop-shop for manufacturing,” said 3D Hubs’ CEO Bram de Zwart, as he announced the company’s new addition of sheet metal fabrication to its online platform’s technology roster.

“Adding sheet metal fabrication is all part of our mission to provide the easiest and most efficient way to source high-quality parts,” he continued, with the range of materials offered include aluminium, stainless steel, mild steel and copper, with processing via either laser cutting or bending.

Users will need to upload their design, specify requirements, and will instantly receive a guaranteed quote from 3D Hubs. Once the quote is accepted, the order is then confirmed with one of 3DHubs’ 250 manufacturing partners.

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New materials and accessories update Kodak 3D Printer

Published 18 September 2019

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: prototype, 3d printing, materials, kodak

Kodak 3D Printing will be expanding its range of materials to include Acrylic and a Nylon 6/66/12 ‘blend’, as well as launching a new accessory line to enable users of the Kodak Portrait 3D printer to expand on the materials they can print with.

The products are created and managed by Smart International, the ‘authorized global brand licensee of 3D printing for Kodak’, based out of Buenos Aires, Argentina, under the watchful eye of Kodak and its goal to crack the professional desktop market.

Acrylic, a new filament designed by Kodak 3D Printing, combines ‘polycarbonate properties’ that make for high rigidity, low friction and translucent parts, making it suited to optical applications and parts requiring transparency.

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