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Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: iFusion LF Series metal 3D printer

Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: iFusion LF Series metal 3D printer

Indian 3D printing OEM Intech Additive Solutions has announced the launch of a large format metals system based on laser powder bed fusion technology. The iFusion LF Series follows last year’s launch of the iFusion SF1, a small format...
Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: Video inspection platform

Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: Video inspection platform

Ash Technologies has launched a new deep learning inspection platform. Acumen AI delivers exceptional results by removing human subjectivity when optically inspecting critical parts across a range of industries. ASH has a proven track record...
Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: DataSure 4.0

Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: DataSure 4.0

L.S. Starrett Co., a leading global manufacturer of precision measuring tools and gages, metrology systems and more, has announced the introduction of DataSure® 4.0, an advanced wireless data collection system for acquiring precision measurement data. With...
Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: First Volumetric 3D Printer

Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: First Volumetric 3D Printer

Simultaneous with the release of a revealing research paper on Xolography, xolo has released details on their first volumetric 3D printer. To date, 3D printing has used the layer-by-layer principle in almost all 3D printing...
Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: Three Powerful 3D Printing Resins

Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: Three Powerful 3D Printing Resins

Tethon 3D announced a suite of three new and extremely interesting 3D printing resins suitable for industrial use. The Omaha-based company has been producing exotic 3D printing resins for many years, and more recently added...