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4 Jun 2020

HP "Doubling Down" on Digital Manufacturing With New Announcements

HP entries into the 3D Printing world have been significant. With both the release of their Jet Fusion and Metal Jet systems they have made waves in the industry. In a press briefing on 4th June 2019 the company announced they are "doubling down" on their progress in digital manufacturing with a string of announcements.
4 Jun 2020

Materials Informatics: The Time For Adoption is Now

Materials Informatics is the key to enabling a paradigm shift in our approach to materials science R&D. Significant investment, notable adoption from key end-users, and technology leaps make it evident that it's time has come. Through primary-interview based analysis, IDTechEx has introduced the most comprehensive market report on the topic: "Materials Informatics 2020-2030".
3 Jun 2020

Q&A Session on "Opportunities for Printed & Flexible Electronics"

Q&A with Coca-Cola, Electrolux, Swarovski, Roartis, Ynvisible, Neotech and IDTechEx.
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3 Jun 2020

Scalable 3D Printed Electronics: Progress from Neotech AMT

"Fully Additive" to High Volume Manufacture Presented by Dr Martin Hedges, Managing Director, Neotech AMT GmbH
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3 Jun 2020

Reactive Additive Manufacturing Enables Printing of Metal Powders

Popular high strength wrought aluminum alloys could not previously be printed because they suffer hot tearing (solidification cracking), resulting in parts with very poor mechanical properties. The RAM process forms sub-micron inoculants in the melt pool that nucleate aluminum grains to produce a fine equiaxed microstructure for good printability and exceptional performance.
1 Jun 2020

3D printing of solid oxide fuel cells and hydrogen producers in 2020

Fuel cells able to convert hydrogen into electricity are called to play an important role in the energy transition towards a future with zero-emissions. In reverse mode, electrolysis cells can convert water into hydrogen by using electricity.
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1 Jun 2020

Miele Downloadable 3D Printing Templates for Exclusive Accessories

With 3D4U, Miele is the first company in its industry to offer its customers a broad range of 3D-printable accessories.
28 May 2020

Integrated Deposition Solutions

Integrated Deposition Solutions produce aerosol print systems (termed 'nanojet'), offering both complete printers and print systems for integration into larger installations.
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27 May 2020

Materials Informatics 2020-2030

IDTechEx Report: Dr Richard Collins
26 May 2020

Optomec

Optomec is a capital equipment manufacturer based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. They offer two products: Aerosol Jet{#reg} and a laser based Direct Energy Deposition (DED) system for 3D printing metals named LENS. This profile focuses on the aerosol jet printer, and its applications in printed electronics.
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26 May 2020

Breakthrough in Electronics 3D Printing

Utilizing a newly developed dielectric polymer ink and conductive ink from Nano Dimension, HENSOLDT succeeded in assembling the world-wide first 10-layer printed circuit board which carries high-performance electronic structures soldered to both outer sides. Until now, 3D printed boards could not bear the soldering process necessary for two sided population of components.
25 May 2020

3D Printed System Speeds up Solar Cell Testing from Hours to Minutes

Tests on new designs for next-generation solar cells can now be done in hours instead of days thanks to a new system incorporating 3D-printed key components.
22 May 2020

Pulse Electronics

This profile outlines Pulse Electronics' FluidANT printing technology, which uses viscous conductive inks with micron-sized particles to print conductive traces onto 3D objects. It is an alternative to laser direct structuring (LDS) and is primarily used for printing antennae.
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22 May 2020

3D-Printed Nuclear Reactor: Faster, Economical Path to Nuclear Energy

Researchers are refining their design of a 3D-printed nuclear reactor core, scaling up the additive manufacturing process necessary to build it, and developing methods to confirm the consistency and reliability of its printed components.
22 May 2020

Electrics and Electronics Becomes User-Dedicated Smart Material

An important new trend is buying electrics and electronics you customise to function not just shape. See the new IDTechEx report, "Complete Electronics as Smart Material, User-Customized 2020-2040". Builders, textile manufacturers, those doing home improvement and others are starting to buy electrically-smart materials direct from materials companies, bypassing the electronics industry.
19 May 2020

House Built Using 3D Printer and Robot

By implementing high precision 3D scanning and robotic based fabrication technology, Emerald-Ash-Borer-infested "waste wood" is transformed into an abundantly available, affordable, and sustainable building material.
19 May 2020

Elementum 3D Achieves ISO 9001 Certification

Elementum 3D announced that it has achieved ISO 9001:2015 certification for quality management.
18 May 2020

Neotech-AMT

Neotech-AMT makes equipment for 3D printing of electronics. This primarily involves printing circuits, interconnects and mounting components onto the surface of existing 3D objects, but can also involve 'fully additive' manufacturing, in which the entire object is 3D printed with electronic functionality incorporated into the structure.
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15 May 2020

Expandable Foam for 3D Printing Large Objects

It's a frustrating limitation of 3D printing: Printed objects must be smaller than the machine making them. Huge machines are impractical for printing large parts because they take up too much space and require excessive time to print. Now, a new material can be used to 3D print small objects that expand upon heating. The foam could find applications in architecture, aerospace and biomedicine.
13 May 2020

New Technology Revolutionises 3d Metal Printing

Selective LED-based melting is the name of the new technology that a team has developed for 3D metal printing and has now applied for a patent. The technology is similar to selective laser melting and electron beam melting, in which metal powder is melted by means of a laser or electron beam and built up into a component layer by layer.