3D Printing News Briefs, February 24, 2024: Large-Format Metal AM, Personalized Medicine, & More
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by Sarah Saunders
12h ago
In 3D Printing News Briefs today, we’re talking about metal and medical 3D printing. 3D Phoenix is Meltio’s sales partner in Poland, while Farsoon partnered with Deep Blue Aerospace to speed up the production yield for large-scale aerospace printing applications, and Kratos purchased a Velo3D Sapphire 3D printer. Moving on to medical, restor3D has commercialized its 3D printed patient-specific femoral implants. Finally, CurifyLabs acquired significant IP from Mehta Heino Meltio Announces 3D Phoenix as Sales Partner in Poland For nearly a decade, 3D Phoenix has specialized in the supply of hig ..read more
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Carbon Releases Automatic Operation Suite for Dental 3D Printing
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by Matt Kremenetsky
1d ago
Carbon, the Silicon Valley-based original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of Digital Light Synthesis (DLS) 3D printers, has released a system of automation solutions specifically designed for the dental industry. Called the Automatic Operation (AO) Suite, the first three components of the new release include software for automated print preparation; the AO Backpack, which automates printing for up to 14 hours; and the AO Polishing Cassette, for post-processing. This latest release follows Carbon’s announcement in December 2023 that it had added three new dental resins to its portfolio of material ..read more
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Materialise Expands Jaw Surgeries with End-to-End Medical 3D Printing Treatment
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by Joris Peels
2d ago
Imagine the discomfort of experiencing pain every time you eat, or the constant radiating pain in your head due to this condition—it would be incredibly distressing. One reason why joint restoration (arthroplasty) in this area is not a very common procedure, with around 500 operations annually in the U.S., is that it is typically reserved for individuals with tumors and trauma to the area that cannot be addressed through other treatments. The reasons for these procedures, along with the associated Temporomandibular Disorders (TMD), are diverse, potentially stemming from as many as 30 different ..read more
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3D Systems Unveils Multi-Material, Completely 3D Printed Dentures
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by Michael Molitch-Hou
2d ago
As the most mature additive manufacturing (AM) market segment, the dental industry shows us just how much progress the technology has had in disrupting traditional products and workflows. The latest disruptive demonstration comes from 3D Systems (NYSE: DDD), which announced the launch of its first-ever 3D printed, multi-material, one-piece dentures at LMT Lab Day, February 22-24, 2024 at the Hyatt Regency Chicago. NextDent Jet Denture Teeth and Denture Base materials are designed to produce monolithic dental prosthetics for teeth and gums that are durable and aesthetically pleasing for long-we ..read more
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New Ender-3 V3 from Creality Sets CoreXZ Trend in Consumer 3D Printing
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by Team Creality
2d ago
Creality, a leading brand in the 3D printing industry, has launched the Ender-3 V3, setting a new standard with its CoreXZ bed slinger configuration. Building on the success of the Ender-3 V2, which made waves in 2020, the latest model introduces groundbreaking features such as CoreXZ technology, a printing speed of 600mm/s, a die-cast gantry and base, and the Creality operating system (OS), positioning it as a trailblazer in the consumer 3D printer market. Revolutionizing Speed and Quality with CoreXZ The Ender-3 V3 is Creality’s first printer to incorporate CoreXZ technology, an innovative t ..read more
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3D Printing Poll of the Week: Networking Events at Additive Manufacturing Strategies 2024
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by Sarah Saunders
3d ago
Ahead of our 7th annual Additive Manufacturing Strategies business and networking summit in New York City, we had a Poll of the Week in which we asked our LinkedIn followers which topic at the event they were most looking forward to out of software, AM in transportation, 3D printed electronics, and large-format AM and construction; the latter was the winner there. But in the next Poll of the Week, we wondered if people were more excited about the keynote presentations, networking events, the exhibit hall, or the panel discussions at AMS 2024. 41% of the respondents chose the various networking ..read more
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Lithoz Expands Ceramic 3D Printing to Japan via New Network
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by Michael Molitch-Hou
3d ago
Lithoz is securing the future of its ceramic 3D printing technology in Japan with the formation of a new coalition with leaders from the country’s ceramics and manufacturing industries. Together with AS ONE, Mitsui Kinzoku, and Yugyōkuen Ceramics, Austria’s Lithoz is working to increase the adoption of ceramic additive manufacturing (AM) in the region. At the heart of this initiative is Lithoz’s Lithography-based Ceramic Manufacturing (LCM) technology, developed for the production of advanced ceramic parts for such fields as electronics and medical. With its Japanese partners, Lithoz aims to i ..read more
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Authentise Weaves 3D Printing’s Digital Thread with Trio of New Government Grants
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by Michael Molitch-Hou
3d ago
As digital manufacturing continues to integrate itself into the larger industrial supply chain, software is essential to ensuring the integrity of the technology across the entire workflow. Among the firms positioning itself at the forefront of addressing this issue is UK-based  Authentise, which has secured three significant grants. Focusing on lattice structures, cybersecurity, and directed energy deposition (DED) respectively, the projects both demonstrate the thread that Authentise is weaving through digital manufacturing and the key role that government agencies are playing in the fa ..read more
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New Spanish Project to Create Recycled Polypropylene Powder for 3D Printing
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by Joris Peels
3d ago
The Spain-based Andaltec Technological Centre is working on what it calls the RECYPPOWDER project, aiming to transform polypropylene (PP) into a powder bed fusion (PBF) material. Collaborating with partners Innomaq 21 and the University of Barcelona, the center, which boasts 156 employees and generates €6 million in revenue, seeks to create a circular product using the widely popular PP material. While there are some TPU and TPE powders available for PBF, and HP has introduced a PP material, this initiative would mark the first recycled PP material designed specifically for this PBF 3D printin ..read more
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Insights from the Frontline: Key Takeaways from the AMS 2024 CEO Panel
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by Vanesa Listek
4d ago
At the 2024 Additive Manufacturing Strategies (AMS) event in New York City, a panel of sector CEOs took the stage, transforming what could have been just another industry talk into a debate on the future of printing everything from car parts to dental implants. If you missed it, you might want to mark your calendar for AMS 2025. Moderated by Cantor Fitzgerald Managing Director Troy Jensen, the panel featured a lineup of 3D printing’s most well-known CEOs: Ric Fulop from Desktop Metal (NYSE: DM), recently appointed Interim CEO Brad Krueger of Velo3D (NYSE: VLD), Sam O’Leary from Nikon SLM Solut ..read more
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