Süß and friends, a start-up German 3D printing service that helps clients develop their ideas into sellable products.
High-tech contract manufacturer HARBEC turns to XYZprinting’s MfgPro230 xS SLS to create custom end-of-arm robotic applications. (Sponsored Content)
Forecast 3D was already a successful 3D printing service with clients ranging from aerospace giants to well known designers, but when it shifted to printing PPE during the pandemic, the healthcare industry realized what others already knew: 3D printing makes manufacturing products faster and removes complexity.
Beautiful and functional product prototypes aren’t just for big-budget design firms anymore. New 3D printing technology puts great-looking prototypes – and quick and cheap design iterations – within reach for practically any professional.
Someday soon, all hospitals may have 3D printing units capable of making patient-specific three-dimensional models and tools essential for diagnosis, treatment, patient education, surgical planning, and in-OR guidance.
Not satisfied with off-the-shelf solutions, Pozzetta Products decided to make its own ESD-safe filament and turn a fleet of Craftbot 3D printers into a production factory.
Affordable, versatile resin 3D printers let research engineers experiment on printed prototypes that look and act more like a final product.
Two innovative Swedish companies – one in jewelry design and one in metal 3D printing – collaborate to push the boundaries of 3D-printed wearable art. Take a look at this Digital Metal case study to learn more.
Delta WASP 3D Printing Case Study: How a Guatemalan architect creates stunningly intricate furniture designs achievable only with a large format 3D printer.
How one automotive parts company invested in 3D printing to solve a tool problem and ended up saving 70% of costs and transforming their operation.