Desktop Metal Inc. agreed to acquire ExOne Co. in a transaction intended to accelerate 3D printing for mass production.
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How evolving medical 3D industry registered products with the FDA under a low risk, Class I product code - HWT.
Combining virtual reality and 3D printed replicas of body parts, the patient as well as a surgical team can be prepared.
Sandvik has signed an agreement to acquire 67 percent of Chuzhou Yongpu Carbide Tools Co., Ltd, a China-based maker of solid round tools, with a call option to buy the remaining part in three years.
Why the potential for 3D printing in children’s hospitals is great.
As additive manufacturing processes trend toward the standard of care for many conditions, health care organizations will be forced to confront two main challenges with establishing and/or scaling their programs, particularly as it relates to anatomical studies: image segmentation and printing time.
Mold-and-die shops thrive on the latest technology in tooling, software, and machines. Process success often depends on using best-in-class solutions from the past as well as from the latest advances of today. New ways of using older technologies often depend on advances in enabling technologies.
Designers, product developers, and manufacturing companies looking for an online “e-manufacturer” have plenty of choices. What differentiates Fast Radius from the others?
New program empowers manufacturers through customer care for the life of their machines
While it is typically up to the design engineers or the customer to specify the materials needed for a part, sometimes even materials within specs seem just a little more difficult to machine.