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DEVELOP3D Magazine // The September Issue

Published 11 September 2018

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: develop3d live, magazine

The September edition of DEVELOP3D is now available for free download.

This issue we preview our incredible line-up for DEVELOP3D LIVE as it returns to the USA for a third year; chill-out with Smeg’s iconic refrigerator design; focus on the design of industrial-spec smart glasses, and look at how VR is capable of changing the design process for industrial machinery, plus all the usual news and reviews.

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EOS and Siemens intensify cooperation around industrial 3D printing

Published 11 September 2018

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: 3d printing, manufacturing, cam, siemens, eos, additive manufacturing

The EOS M 300 series is the latest of the German company’s additive manufacturing solutions to benefit from software cooperation with Siemens NX CAD

EOS and Siemens have boosted their collaboration and cooperation between their additive manufacturing hardware and softwares, respectively.

The latest EOS M 300 series for metals 3D printing includes Siemens automation and drive technology from the Siemens comprehensive Totally Integrated Automation (TIA) portfolio.

The EOSPrint driver has received Siemens NX 12 integration that allows part optimisation of CAD data for EOS production systems - allowing for design, via topology optimisation and process simulation to print preparation within a single user interface.

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3D Systems upgrades its software family for streamlined design to manufacture

Published 11 September 2018

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: 3d printing, manufacturing, 3d systems, geomagic, cnc, additive manufacturing, stl, gibbscam, cimatron

Cimatron 14 offers a new set of tools for those focussed on Mould and Die design

3D Systems’ software suite has seen a raft of enhancements covering everything from digitisation through design and simulation, on to manufacture, inspection and additive manufacturing management.

Automation to accelerate design and production processes is a big factor as 3D Systems looks to increase productivity levels for customers and reduce manufacturing Total Cost of Operation (TCO).

“We value feedback from our customers and continually seek out innovative approaches to their manufacturing challenges,” said Ilan Erez, senior software VP and GM at 3D Systems.

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HP announces details behind its Metals 3D Printing technology

Published 10 September 2018

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: 3d printing, manufacturing, hp, additive manufacturing, markforged, desktop metal, xjet

HP Metal Jet 3D printing technology has been unveilled

Metal Jet - HP’s metal additive manufacturing solution - has finally been unveiled, ready for orders and costing ‘under $399,000’ with shipping set to begin in 2020.

Designed for mass production, HP Metal Jet is a voxel-level binder jetting technology that prints ‘green’ parts using a speedy dual print bar system instead of individual lasers, before parts are removed and undergo post processing, including time spent in an industrial furness.

The launch system has a print bed size of 430 x 320 x 200mm, and will begin its life from today as an online service - printing stainless steel parts via the Metal Jet Production Service online order portal, from which HP states that the parts will then be produced by partners GKN Powder Metallurgy and Parmatech before being shipped globally.

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