Dyndrite supports HP 3D printers with preparation software
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by DEVELOP3D
5d ago
Dyndrite has announced a partnership with HP to develop their Multi-Jet Fusion (MJF) and Metal Jet line of 3D printers in the form of 3D print preparation software. Direct and contract manufacturers will be able to use serial production features including automated build preparation compatible with both mesh files and native CAD. Dyndrite for MJF is built on Dyndrite’s Accelerated Computation Engine and gives HP users freedom over the manufacturing process. It includes features that help users increase production speed, repeatability and traceability. Users can work with multi-gigabyte files ..read more
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Landr 500 takes-off for engineering-grade FDM 3D printing
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6d ago
Landr, a spin out of digital manufacturing experts Ryse 3D, has launched its first FDM 3D printer to tackle engineering grade materials at 1/10th the cost of its rivals. Featuring a 500 x 500 x 500mm build volume, the 3D printer offers 100°c heated chamber, 500°c hot end, 140°c heated print bed, and reported speeds of 500mm/s – even while printing Nylon-carbon-fibre filaments. A Bondtech LGX extruder, double skin gold reflective insulation, built in camera and auto nozzle wipe and nozzle purge, with heated filament dryer all come as standard on a printer costing £11,398.80 including VAT ..read more
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Prusa3D adds enclosures for increased AM safety
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by DEVELOP3D
6d ago
Prusa3D has announced the XL and Mini enclosures for their 3D printers, which will enable easier printing with advanced materials due to a stable printing environment. The enclosures will cover all sides of the printer to create an environment with increased temperatures, and to prevent warping and eliminate drafts. They will also lower print noise and prevent dust build-up, reducing the frequency of maintenance. The XL Enclosure can be fully integrated with the printer’s software and can be controlled from the printer’s touchscreen. It features a built-in advanced filtration system which draw ..read more
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Fyous Polymorphic Moulding technology pushes waste-free tooling
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by DEVELOP3D
6d ago
Co-founders Thomas Bloomfield and Joshua Shires UK-based Fyous has announced the commercial launch of its Polymorphic Moulding technology, an alternative to 3D printing technology it claims is 20 times faster. Polymorphic moulding is an automated pin tool moulding technology whereby a mould can be infinitely reconfigurable and reused in minutes, allowing Fyous to replicate mass manufacturing of custom parts economically or rapidly prototype new designs. The patent-pending technology supports a wide array of materials and processes, including moulding, casting, vacuum forming and composite layu ..read more
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Authentise Threads adds Plyable and the Google Docs integrations
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by DEVELOP3D
1w ago
Authentise Threads is to see new integrations with Plyable and the Google Docs Suite in its quest to streamline engineering processes, enhance collaboration, and reduce the time from idea to manufactured part. The integration with Plyable, an online platform for designing, quoting and sourcing composite moulds, should add efficiency to the mould development process. Users can now access Plyable’s features directly within Authentise Threads, allowing them to receive a composite mould design, pricing and timelines while collaborating with their colleagues on Threads. They can then complete the o ..read more
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MiniWAAM offers new entry point for DED metals AM
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by DEVELOP3D
1w ago
WAAM3D’s new MiniWAAM system if looking to open the door to more companies to take wire-fed Direct Energy Deposition (DED) 3D printing in-house for metal parts. MiniWAAM features WAAM3D’s proprietary end-effectors, sensing hardware, and software, offering a competitively priced manufacturing solution for process development, metallurgical characterisation, production of mechanical test pieces, exploration of new wires, and the testing of new sensors. Departing from robotic architectures, MiniWAAM features a 3-axis overhead CNC system, plus an additional 500mm rotational table with 60kg payload ..read more
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Cadence Acquires Beta CAE
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1w ago
Cadence Design Systems has formerly completed its acquisition of Beta CAE, a provider of multi-domain, engineering simulation solutions. Cadence has continued to expanded its system analysis portfolio to build out a multiphysics platform including electromagnetics (EM), electrothermal (ET) and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) solutions, and with Beta CAE, Cadence says it will enter structural analysis, the largest system analysis segment. Cadence says that by adding Beta CAE to its stable it will accelerates Cadence’s Intelligent System Design strategy by expanding its multiphysics system an ..read more
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Review: Scan GWP-CAD A124R Micro
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by Greg Corke
1w ago
Compared to the major OEMs, this compact 8-litre workstation might not bring much new to the table in terms of chassis, but it’s hard to not take notice when the price is so aggressive, writes Greg Corke Bolton-based Scan is renowned for its quality desktop workstations, but most of the machines we’ve reviewed over the years have been built around sizable towers. That’s to be expected for high-end workstations, aimed at visualisation, simulation, AI, or other demanding workflows. After all, high core count CPUs, multiple dual slot GPUs and buckets of memory need plenty of space for housing and ..read more
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Review: Nvidia RTX 2000 Ada Generation
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by Greg Corke
1w ago
This entry-level pro viz GPU is a great option for small workstations. Thanks to the Ada Generation architecture it gets a boost in all the right areas, including ray tracing and AI, but also receives an important memory uplift, writes Greg Corke Small form factor (SFF) and Ultra Compact workstations are big business these days. They are among the biggest sellers at Dell, HP and Lenovo. And as you will see in this review of the Scan GWP-CAD A124R Micro, specialist system builders are also getting in on the action. Small workstations need small GPUs. They require a special low-profile form fact ..read more
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Polymorphic Moulding technology from Fyous teased prior to UK launch
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by DEVELOP3D
1w ago
Co-founders Thomas Bloomfield and Joshua Shires UK-based Fyous has announced the commercial launch of its Polymorphic Moulding technology, an alternative to 3D printing technology it claims is 20 times faster. Patent-pending Polymorphic Moulding technology supports a wide array of materials and processes, including moulding, casting, vacuum forming and composite layup. “At Fyous, we believe in pushing the boundaries of what is possible in manufacturing,” said Joshua Shires, co-founder of Fyous. “Our new technology not only speeds up product development time, it removes the need for tooling mak ..read more
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