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Xometry   E-book: 3D Printing Trends for 2020
3D printing technologies have continued to evolve, adapt, and reinvent themselves. Four trends are setting the scene for 3D printing in 2020, helping additive become ever more versatile and deliver even better prototypes and end use parts. Learn about these trends and more in Xometry’s new e-book written by additive expert Greg Paulsen.
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BeAM and Siemens   BeAM and Siemens intensify collaboration in industrial 3D printing for Directed Energy Deposition
BeAM, a leading machine manufacturer in the field of DED (Directed Energy Deposition) technology for additive manufacturing, and the global technology company Siemens announced at EMO 2019 their plans to further intensify their collaboration. The partnership focuses on Sinumerik One, the new CNC generation from Siemens.
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Relativity   You’ll go straight to the dark side for this 3D printed Darth Vader suit
This is not the first time we’ve seen 3D printing take cosplay to the next level, but it is easily one of the most impressive projects we’ve ever seen. Aaron Warbinek, a Vancouver-based teacher and Star Wars enthusiast, has painstakingly created a wearable, fully functional Darth Vader suit and helmet. The suit, which is now seeking funding on Kickstarter, will take you straight to the dark side.
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Vertico   Concreative: VINCI launches construction 3D printing startup in UAE
Vertico, a Dutch firm that has developed a concrete 3D printing technology, recently demonstrated its capabilities by 3D printing a concrete footbridge in collaboration with the University of Ghent. Not only a feat for its concrete AM technology, the bridge showcases Vertico’s ability to utilize optimized design to reduce material consumption without compromising strength or stress-resistance. According to the Amersfoort-based company, the bridge’s design allowed for a material reduction of 60%!
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Baseballer   From retail to entertainment, 3D printing is changing everything
Perhaps one of the most exciting developments in the field of visual communications is the adoption of large-format 3D printing. The power of this technology to wow audiences and draw them in is immense. I mean, what could be cooler than an 8-foot baseball player mannequin in a sporting goods store? Customers eyes are magnetically drawn toward it, pulling them in to interact with it.
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