3D PRINTING INDUSTRY NEWS SLICED: AMUG, PROTOLABS, ESSENTIUM, RENISHAW AND MORE

3D Printing Industry | 2/8/2019 | Tia Vialva
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In this week’s edition of the 3D Printing Industry News digest Sliced, 3D printing forays into the world of food art; drone deliveries; white-collar boxing and art sculptures.

We also cover the latest advancements and updates from the likes of Protolabs, GE Aviation and Renishaw. There are also updates regarding exhibitions and speakers for the upcoming 2019 AMUG conference.

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Read on for all the latest news regarding investments, medical initiatives and industry-wide research in the world of 3D printing.

Award-winning on-demand manufacturing provider Protolabs has launched a new service offering aluminum anodizing as part of its on-demand production service. Anodizing is the application of a thin, protective coating to prevent corrosion, increase abrasion resistance and provide an enhanced surface finish. This new service was launched by Protolabs as a response to demands from customers for a single-source solution for manufactured parts, offering a total on-demand production service from initial part design to finished protected.

Stephen - Dyson - Special - Operations - Manager

Stephen Dyson, Special Operations Manager at Protolabs, explains: “Keeping the entire production process with a single supplier makes perfect sense for manufacturers.”

“IT MEANS THEY CAN GET THEIR FINISHED PARTS SHIPPED IN A MATTER OF DAYS AND OUR TECHNICAL TEAM CAN ADVISE THEM THROUGH THE ENTIRE PROCESS, RIGHT FROM THE INITIAL DESIGN OF THE PART TO THE BEST APPROACH FOR THE FINAL ANODISING FINISH.”

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Continuing on in metal AM, Cetim, the French Technical Center for Mechanical Industries, has installed its second metal 3D printer from Swedish binder jetting metal 3D printer manufacturer Digital Metal at its site in Cluses. Cetim was one of the first customers to install a Digital Metal 3D printer, initially at its Saint-Étienne facility in 2017.

“Digital Metal’s technology offers great potential for metal AM productivity and capability”, comments Thierry Gautreau, responsible for Industry 4.0 and companies transformation support at Cetim Cluses. “The technology is suitable both for making...
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