Tagged with " 3D-Druck Technologie"
Jul 9, 2014 - 3D-Druck News

Changing Technologies Explores Entry Into 3D Printing

Changing Technologies Inc. (OTCBB: CHGT), a Washington, DC based full-service Information Technology firm is the latest company to evaluate an entry into the 3D printing sector. Changing Technologies, founded in 1997, is currently in the process of examining 3D printing technology and the new potential revenue streams the sector can provide, or, to quote the company’s CEO: “This is a sector in which CHGT is currently exploring all options…”
(…weiter auf 3dprintingindustry.com)

Jul 5, 2014 - 3D-Druck News

Is This a Future Billionaire? 15-Year-Old Files Patent for His Own 3D Printer

The democratization of technology that has occurred over the past twenty years or so has enabled greater numbers of people to program new apps and build new devices that can increase their quality of life. When, previously, communities in developing nations wouldn’t necessarily have had access to supplies made from mass manufacturers in other parts of the world, 3D printing has given some people the tools to maintain a supply of useful items. At the same time, the children who are growing up with this technology are becoming empowered at a very young age to pursue their own dreams and their own careers, rather than falling into the paths created by older generations.
(…weiter auf 3dprintingindustry.com)

Jul 2, 2014 - 3D-Druck News, 3D-Drucker

Orange Maker announces high-res 3D printing technology – Heliolithography

Orange Maker, the LA-based 3D Printing technology startup, has announced today a revolutionary new 3D printing technology – Heliolithography (patent-pending) – that displays significant improvements versus conventional Stereolithography (SL).

Stereolithography is one of oldest methods used to create 3D-printed objects. SLA 3D printer hardens liquid plastic (photopolymer) with an ultraviolet (UV) layer by layer and converts liquid plastic into solid objects.
(…weiter auf 3ders.org)

3D Printed Blow Molds Perfect for Short Run Packaging Production

Plastic packaging is a common part of everyday life: bottles; containers for foods, beverages, medicines and more fill our pantry shelves and recycling bins. Thin-walled and hollow plastic bottles (later filled with the customer’s product) are made on a large scale with a process called blow molding, where hot air is blasted into a precisely calibrated metal mold, and the waiting thermoplastic assumes the shape of the mold. Because of the heat and pressure inherent in the blow molding process, large-scale production requires traditionally machined metal molds. However, for short turns, the molds can actually be 3D printed using PolyJet-based 3D printing technology from Stratasys.
(…weiter auf blog.stratasys.com)

Cost-effective Blow Mold Prototypes with 3D Printing

Blow molding is a manufacturing process used to produce hollow plastic parts, such as bottles and other containers. Blow mold design and the specification of process parameters require skill and precision. A small change in the pinch–off or vent design, die temperature or blow pressure can dramatically affect the molding results.

Prototyping enables designers to validate these parameters and accelerate design approval. But up till now, high costs and long lead times have deterred blow mold prototyping.

Additive manufacturing, or 3D printing, makes prototyping a viable option. In this brief video you will learn how to produce cost-effective blow molds using PolyJet-based 3D printing from Stratasys.

Read how Plasel Precision Plastics uses 3D printing to create blow mold for packaging protoypes on the Stratasys blog

For more information about Stratasys 3D Printers
(Quelle: Youtube / Stratasys)

Researchers 3D Print Electrically Conductive Strain Sensors

It is amazing how quickly 3D printing technology has been advancing. The advancements we have seen from the time Chuck Hull invented the process of stereolithography in 1983 until the early 2000′s, pales in comparison to the progress we have seen in just the last few years. When Chuck Hull invented 3D printing, I’m sure he had no clue that today we’d be printing out sensors and other electronic devices, but that’s where exponential progress has taken us.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

Jun 19, 2014 - 3D-Druck News

How 3D Printers Work

Three years ago, printing three-dimensional objects at home might have sounded like a thing out of The Jetsons. But in just a few short years, 3D printing has exploded — shifting from a niche technology to a game-changing innovation that is capturing the imagination of major manufacturers and hobbyists alike.

3D printing has the potential to revolutionize manufacturing, allowing companies (and individuals) to design and produce products in new ways while also reducing material waste, saving energy and shortening the time needed to bring products to market.
(…weiter auf energy.gov)

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