Flexible filament, What should I choose?

Flexible filament

A group of researchers from 3D Matters raised a study in which people provide a guide in which to choose a flexible filament from those available on the market.

Each brand of flexible filament has certain behaviors during printing and not all serve the same application. That is why this group of researchers studied how changing certain printing parameters, different results were obtained.

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Stratasys 3D printer Launches New Dental Objet500 Selection

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STRATASYS RECENTLY INTRODUCED ITS NEW 3D PRINTER SELECTION OBJET500 DENTAL LABORATORY DENTAL HIGH VOLUME.

The long list of 3D printing applications in the dental medical industry continues to grow and Stratasys is at the forefront of the latest technology in this sector extremely realistic 3D printing and accurate color models of teeth and gums for use in training, test implants, diagnostics, etc.

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Ricoh introduces its first industrial 3D printer

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THE COMPANY RICOH ENTERS THE WORLD OF 3D PRINTING IN STYLE, WITH ITS 3D PRINTER SLS AM S5500P.

In recent years, Ricoh, a technology company based in Tokyo and operates worldwide, has been increasingly incorporating the 3D printing technology in its product line, and now looks set to enter the market 3D printing style. In fact, earlier this year, the news became known a partnership with Dutch developers Leapfrog 3D printing.

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Filaments treed launches a new range of filaments

3D printing elements

Some think that the market for 3D printing engine belongs to the second. If that’s the case, Treed filaments is one of the companies that are working hard to bring 3D printing to a new dimension, approaching from the development side of polymers. Pizzigoni Darius, the founder, created Treed as the official mark of his plastic extrusion company that focuses specifically on 3D printing materials.

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10 tips for printing 3D design models

3D Printing

1. Rule 45 degrees

Always remember the rule of 45. Anything that exceeds 45 need material support, so you’ll need to squeeze their brains to develop more efficient designs, or even create your own support structures (cones and stuff like that).

2. Design to prevent the support material

Although the algorithm of the support materials is being developed and constantly optimized, the support material can leave quite ugly marks on your impressions, not to mention the increase in printing time.

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Formlabs announces its new 3D printer Form 2 and five new international distribution agreements

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THE MANUFACTURER OF 3D PRINTERS FORMLABS RECENTLY ANNOUNCED NEW INTERNATIONAL DISTRIBUTION PARTNERSHIPS, AS WELL AS HIS LATEST CREATION, 3D FORM 2 PRINTER LANGUAGES.

The company Formlabs, based in Massachusetts, is having a great demand for its technology, which has joined with several retailers selling 3D printers and service centers 3D printing in several key international regions, including Israel, South Africa, South Korea and Turkey.

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Olivetti presents its first 3D printer

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Olivetti is a manufacturer of electronic office products and very famous especially for its legendary Italian company typewriter.

Not to be outdone, Olivetti has also decided to enter the world of 3D printing and recently announced the development of its own 3D printer High quality, 100% made ​​in Italy, including software. The printer has been baptized with the name of 3D S2 and is aimed specifically at small and medium businesses undoubtedly they will be attracted by your brand.

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How 3d film work

3D Film

We have analyzed the functioning of the human eye and the first 3D film techniques using colored glasses. Today we will talk about the current technology available in movie theaters, how this technology is applied to televisions in our homes and how new systems that promise 3D vision without using any glasses work.

As we have seen, a 3D movie is based on the projection of two slightly different images that have been shot from two different angles. Back in 1838, Sir Charles Wheatstone invented the stereoscope. A simple but fabulous system that allows us to observe from a particular location, special cards that were perceived by our brain as a stereoscopic image.

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New software to form surgeons

3D software

To achieve a surgeon is ready to face any surgery, the main thing is to train the skills learned in theory, for this, specialists Glasgow School of Art (Digital Design Studio at Glasgow School of Art) in collaboration with the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, are working on a project that will provide surgeons with new software capable of playing virtually three-dimensional images to do the surgery also with virtual surgical material. The option to train and in turn know deeply the human body, it will train more qualified specialists to meet the various surgical operations and complications that arise throughout his career.

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