AddUp expands on already impressive range of FormUp printers Additive Manufacturing

AddUp started in 2015, as the result of a joint venture between Michelin, the French multinational tire manufacturing company, and Fives, an international industrial engineering group that designs and builds machines. The two groups entered the joint venture after determining that the available metal additive manufacturing machines were not able to meet their requirements for high-quality, serial production of maraging steel tire mold inserts.


Chromatic unveils new line of RX-Flow large-format 3D printers Decision Makers

Chromatic 3D Materials is launching RX-Flow™, a new line of 3D printers for reactive extrusion additive manufacturing with thermoset polyurethanes. Designed for development work and low-volume industrial production, RX-Flow™ printers are a low-cost option for manufacturers interested in testing and implementing industrial 3D printing with more durable, flexible materials than are available with FDM, SLA, and other 3D printing technologies.


Vertex Manufacturing orders 2 more Sapphire XC 3D printers 3D Printer Hardware

Vertex Manufacturing, a subsidiary of PrinterPrezz and a Velo3D contract manufacturer, added two extra capacity (Sapphire XC) metal machines from Velo3D to their fleet. One of the systems is the first of its size qualified to print an advanced copper alloy originally developed by NASA for rocket engines. The new printers allow the company to expand its ability to help customers build their most complex parts without compromising the designs, including some of the largest GRCop-42 aerospace parts in the world (up to 600 mm in diameter and 550 mm in height).

New Massivit 10000-G 3D printer to debut at Formnext 3D Printer Hardware

Massivit 3D Printing Technologies (Tel Aviv Stock Exchange: MSVT), a leading provider of unique gel deposition (GDP) large-scale 3D printing systems, will unveil the new Massivit 10000-G and its flagship Massivit 10000 to the global additive manufacturing market at the upcoming Formnext exhibition and conference in Frankfurt, Germany that takes place on November 15th-18th.


HP to launch new commercial HP Jet Fusion 5400 series 3D Printer Hardware

This week at Formnext, the world’s largest additive manufacturing event, HP is showcasing its new commercial Jet Fusion and Metal Jet 3D printing solutions, new post-processing capabilities, expanded Digital Manufacturing Network (DMN), new materials and recycling program, and a variety of industrial production applications. The show marks the first time HP is publicly exhibiting its new HP Jet Fusion 5420W Solution including white applications, and the full modular HP Metal Jet S100 Solution including a new John Deere production application.


Smiling at scale Decision Makers

Clear aligners continue to increase in demand and 3D printing has proven to be an ideal technology to produce these mass-customized devices. Silicon Valley-based Carbon has made clear aligners one of its top priorities for expansion in the European market by offering the most seamless solution to produce them at scale using its L1 production solution optimized for clear aligner models. As a Sales Director for dental aligner solutions in Europe, Lea McGurk, has been tasked with helping dental laboratories across Europe understand the benefits of turning to Carbon’s turnkey, the subscription-based business model for their clear aligner production requirements. In this exclusive interview, we dig a little deeper into how Carbon makes it possible to go from one printer to a fleet of printers.


AddUp and MT Aerospace extend partnership on DED Additive Manufacturing

A major supplier to the space and aeronautics industry, the German company MT Aerospace, has renewed its confidence in the AddUp group with the acquisition of a second Modulo 400 machine. These two Directed Energy Deposition (DED) machines will enable MT Aerospace to multiply projects while reducing industrialization times, to move more rapidly towards the use of this technology for series production.