Born from a spark of inspiration in 1983, 3D Systems has run on innovation for over 30 years. Co-founded by the inventor of 3D printing, Charles (“Chuck”) Hull, 3D Systems has grown into a global 3D solutions company focused on connecting our customers with the expertise and digital manufacturing workflow required to solve their business, design or engineering problems.
From digitization, design and simulation through manufacturing, inspection and management, our comprehensive portfolio of technologies provides a seamless, customizable workflow designed to optimize products and processes while accelerating outcomes. With advanced hardware, software and materials as well as on demand manufacturing services and a global team of experts, we are on a mission to transform businesses through manufacturing innovation.
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3D Systems’ Figure 4 Modular 3D printer and accompanying materials are a game changer.
Based on selective laser sintering (SLS) technology, this system can handle rapid production of functional and durable nylon parts.
U.S. government invests $15 million towards the development of new metal 3D printing technology.
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Materials, software and workflow challenges led the discussions at the Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) 2019 conference in Chicago last week.
This growth includes expansion into markets where printing on-demand parts and components is attractive, such as healthcare, aerospace and automotive.
Through the integration of 3D Systems’ Figure 4 or DMP platforms, these manufacturers are able to achieve design freedom, increase agility, scale production and improve overall total cost of operations, 3D Systems says.
Prototyping and Manufacturing Services to Help Satisfy Modern Market Expectations eBook explains the benefits of outsourcing 3D printing design engineering work.
The USAF is exploring how to leverage DLP 3D printing technology as a lean alternative to producing and inventorying legacy parts.
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