FabRx is a spin-out company from the University College London that focuses on 3D printing for pharmaceutical uses - and the first group to investigate Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) to make medicine.
Join 3DChimera and a Geomagic engineer on this live webinar (previously recorded) as we explore a handful of tips and tricks to enhance your 3D scanning projects, with a focus on Reverse Engineering and Auto-surfacing right in the SOLIDWORKS interface with Geomagic for SOLIDWORKS.
Sintratec engineer (and aeromodelling enthusiast) Andi has been working on a 3D printed Racing Drone for quite some time. In this first video he gives insights about the design and building process that lead to his final model. Stay tuned for the follow-up clip when we take the drone to the test outdoors!
3DChimera connects the dots between producers of materials, 3D printer manufacturers and real-world customer applications to effectively deliver solutions based on customer needs.
As with all manufacturing processes, you will come across some limitations in terms of what designs are suitable for 3D printing. That being said, we are capable of printing extremely complex geometries that no other process could. As long as we keep our designs within these constraints, we can start to see some pretty incredible parts.
RAPID+TCT is the premier 3D printing event in the USA, and this year did not disappoint! Hosted in the Cobo Center in downtown Detroit, the event attracted businesses large and small. It was a great place to experience the ever-growing 3D printing and additive manufacturing community.
The Opera House in Zurich is the largest cultural institution in Switzerland and uses 3D printers from German RepRap for its props and mold making
The field of application of additive manufacturing technology is manifold – in the case of the Zurich opera house the technology is used especially for the production of props and for mold making.
Using the German RepRap x500 3D printer speeds up development processes for functional structural components at Sika Automotive. A wide variety of customizable solutions also offer the company new possibilities in terms of materials and designs.
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