3D PRINTING INDUSTRY NEWS SLICED: STRATASYS, MARKFORGED, XYZPRINTING AND MORE

3D Printing Industry | 4/16/2019 | Tia Vialva
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In this week’s edition of the 3D Printing Industry news digest Sliced, you can find the latest stories from an expanding filament to mobile phone security, 3D printed art pieces at Milano Design, and life-size comic book characters.

We also cover the latest updates from the likes of Stratasys, Markforged, PyroGenesis and WASP. Read on for news regarding the latest patents, educational initiatives and product releases within the industry.

F120 - Printer - Stratasys - AMUG - UK

The F120 3D printer, launched by Stratasys at AMUG 2018, is now available to UK customers through official company reseller SYS Systems. Aimed at making “industrial grade 3D printing more accessible”, the F120 is a compact solution that adds to Stratasys’ line of F123 FDM 3D printers (which also includes the F170, F270 and F370 systems).

The Stratasys F120. Photo via Stratasys.

Polyga - Inc - Developer - Scanners - Processing

Polyga Inc., a developer of 3D scanners and mesh processing software, has introduced two new models to its HDI Compact series of 3D scanners. The expansion means the HDI Compact line offers a wider range of solutions for digitizing different sized objects into 3D models. The new 3D scanners include the HDI Compact L6, for scanning large objects, and the HDI Compact C504, for digitizing extremely small objects.

“During rigorous testing, we used the HDI Compact C504 to scan a part as small as 1 cm in length and captured 3D scans with remarkable accuracy at just 6 microns,” commented Thomas Tong, President of Polyga Inc. “The macro 3D scanner works similar to a point and shoot for 3D scanning tiny objects. It can even capture minute details of an object difficult to see with the naked eye. This is quite an achievement for us.”

Hardware - Material - Releases - South - Printing

Moving from hardware to new material releases, South Dakota-based 3D printing manufacturer B9Creations has introduced a new high-detail design resin, the HD Slate. Geared towards molding and model making,...
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