Tagged with " 3D-Druck Technologie"
Feb 7, 2014 - 3D-Druck News

Stratasys to be acquired by HP or Epson?

According to an analyst at Bloomberg, Hewlett-Packard Co. (HPQ) and Seiko Epson Corp will have a chance to move away from the declining market of paper-and-ink printing by making strategic acquisitions of a leader in the 3D printing technology.

2013 was an outstanding year for 3D printing, with share prices of the listed companies doubling or more. In 2014 it is likely that there will be more companies get involved in 3D printing.
(…weiter auf 3ders.org)

3D printing builds a nanowall

3D printing went nano again last week as researchers in Korea published a paper which shows that nanoscale 3D objects – like free-standing nanowalls – can be constructed using 3D printing technology.

3D printing has been a go-to tool in making large things for decades. As 3D printing technology advances, new applications become possible in making very little things as well. 3D printing already has an important presence in nano-scale realms. It’s an essential instrument in the extreme miniaturization of components in integrated circuits, in biofabrication and in tissue engineering, as well as in some drug manufacturing applications where 3D printing can offer greater control at the molecular level.
(…weiter auf 3ders.org)

Jan 16, 2014 - 3D-Druck News

3D Printing Is The Future, But Safety Comes First

3D printing will be a disruptive force in manufacturing and IT, but with the benefits come safety risks.

To say that 3D printing is booming would be putting it lightly. At the 2014 International CES this month, an entire exhibition space was devoted to the technology: the sold-out 3D Printing TechZone. Further, countless reports, including one from IDC, project explosive growth in the 3D printing market between now and 2017.

3D printing seems capable of producing a global renaissance in manufacturing. It has the potential to transform the supply chain by allowing a rise in distributed (versus centralized) production. If product components such as car parts can be printed on site, companies will be less dependent on foreign labor and global shipping. In addition, on-demand production capabilities may reduce waste and lower inventory costs.
(…weiter auf informationweek.com)

hitec: 3D Druck – Revolution aus der Düse

Ökonomen erwarten durch den 3D-Druck eine neue industrielle Revolution. Die Technik gibt es zwar schon seit 30 Jahren, doch die Geräte waren bis vor Kurzem noch unerschwingliche Ungetüme. Heute sind die Drucker weder größer noch teurer als ein PC.

Sie gehen denselben Weg wie einst die Computer: von den Großbetrieben auf den Schreibtisch. Produkte aus 3D-Druckern gehören bereits zum Alltag. Tausende Deutsche haben Zahnkronen im Mund, die aus dem Drucker kommen.

Senioren tragen Hörgeräte, deren Außenschale gedruckt ist.

Flugzeuge enthalten gedruckte Bauteile. Aber das ist nur der Anfang …
(Quelle: Youtube / mdock)

Jan 6, 2014 - 3D-Druck News

Army to 3D print electronics, weapon components to help soldiers

Researchers at Picatinny Arsenal in New Jersey, a military research and manufacturing facility, are using additive manufacturing and 3D printing to print electronics, weapon components, and training models.

The Army has been making use of 3D printing technologies for a few years. In 2014 the Pentagon will be dabbling more in 3D printing. Their new step is to employ 3D electronic printing that could allow antennas to be printed onto a helmet or sensors into clothing – as well as the wing of an unmanned aerial vehicle to be printed in a single print job.
(…weiter auf 3ders.org)

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