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pdf.png RM Today - TCT Magazine 14_4 HOT

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Duncan Wood, The TCT Magazine, UK
TCT takes a timely look at the current status of RM in industry. The article aims to give the reader some insight into how the emergence of RM is taking shape and how it can and will affect global manufacturing communities in the coming years.


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doc.png New 3DP process: RAMA3DP! HOT

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New 3DP technique for plastics, revealing really strong and consistent RM parts!



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pdf.png U Twente: Rapid Manufacturing HOT

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Jurriaan van Hengel, Universiteit Twente, The Netherlands

Overzicht van Rapid Manufacturing met definitie, toepassingen, overwegingen, voor- en nadelen.



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pdf.png TNO: Infosheet on MMM HOT

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TNO Science and Industry

TNO has done in-depth research into Multi Material Manufacturing, the integrated application of different materials to a single product without auxiliary equipment. Significant success has been achieved and it is time to develop this knowledge further, together with businesses, into commercially appealing items. This could be where you come in.....



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pdf.png AZM: Het lichaam uit de computer (Dutch) HOT

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Academisch Ziekenhuis Maastricht

Feasibility study of facescanning in the rapid manufacturing of medical masks and helmets.



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pdf.png RM car finishes second in World Solar Challenge in Australia HOT

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Materialise, Jurgen Laudus

The innovative solar car “Umicar Infinity” that participated in 2007’s World Solar Challenge in Australia, consisted of various Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM) components. The perfect proof of this RP technology’s reliability as a full production method.



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pdf.png RM and the future of marketing HOT

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Martijn Laar, Berenschot, NL

Marketeers around the world are discovering that internet is causing the death of mass marketing and mass advertising. Customisation of products and personalization of information is the marketing trend of the future. As the Berenschot and Custom Fit experience shows, now rapid manufacturing is providing the tools for companies to give an economically viable response to this trend.



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pdf.png Press Release Intelligent light created by plastic laser-sintering HOT

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Additive layer manufacturing technology using a machine built by EOS GmbH, near Munich, is helping internationally acclaimed designer, Assa Ashuach, to produce interior furnishings that could not be made any other way.

Laser sintering of plastic powder in successive horizontal slices taken through a 3D CAD model, a technique normally used in engineering to produce prototypes and products quickly.



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pdf.png Press Release improved grippers, reduced weight, optimized geometries HOT

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Laser-sintering opens up new opportunities for the production of robot hands.
Since the beginning of the year, ASS Maschinenbau uses an EOSINT P 390 for plastic laser-sintering. The company, a daughter of Indus Holding AG, thus produces compact, complex and ultra light-weight robot hands.
At the same time, ASS integrates functions in the gripping technology and as a consequence enlarges the application spectrum of its products.



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pdf.png Materialise; EOS, Use of RM technologies in Pininfarina concept car HOT

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Miranda Bastijns, Materialise, Belgium

Materialise unveils their contribution to the Pininfarina Sintesi project at the 78th International Motor Show in Geneva. It is the first time in history that additive technologies play such a prominent role in a concept car project.



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