Polycarbonate (PC) is a widely used industrial thermoplastic that is often used in tooling and fixtures. It can withstand functional testing and is often used for complex 3D prints.
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How to Leverage High-Strength 3D Printing
Can't figure out how to integrate high-strength 3D printing into your manufacturing workflow? Try a new perspective. Learn more.
3D Printer Makes Tall Designs
New AXIOM 20 3D printer has a high 20-inch Z-axis and a large build chamber to match.
3D Printing with Composite Materials
Make stronger, lighter parts with a variety of composite additive manufacturing options.
3D-Printed Electronics Charge Ahead
Small teams and big companies are developing a wide range of 3D-printed electronics applications.
Airwolf 3D Launches AXIOM Desktop Printer
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Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence Simufact Additive Module for Metal Binder Jetting uses company's...
Editor’s Pick: Improved CAD interoperability
The new releases of the K-Compare and K-Display lines are now available...
Editor’s Pick: Micron-resolution production 3D printing
Boston Micro Fabrication microArch S240 3D printer increases build volume, speed and...
Editor’s Pick: New line of wide-format printers from technology leader
The series is designed to support the creative process for engineering and...