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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The State of Electronic 3D Printing
Innovative additive manufacturing solutions appear poised for more growth
Engineering-Grade 3D Printing for Workgroups
New F123 Series 3D printers said to address the rapid prototyping workflow of workgroups from design concept and verification through...
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
The system has a build envelope of 12.5 x 8 x 10 in.
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Editor’s Pick: Pure Copper for Additive Manufacturing
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Editor’s Pick: Increased Insight for Tolerance Analysis
Sigmetrix CETOL 6σ Version 11.1 enables product teams to fully understand dimensional and assembly...
Editor’s Pick: Collaboration environment for design and simulation
BETA CAE Systems DEEN is a desktop application that can open data...