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Minimizing Creep and Stress Relaxation in Elastomeric Parts

Posted On June 15, 2020 By Protolabs
Minimizing creep and stress relaxation is a key consideration when designing elastomeric parts.
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Metal 3D Printing Solves Supply Chain Issues for U.S. Military

Posted On June 5, 2020 By Nicole Hopper
Major additive manufacturers like GE and HP prove metal 3D printing as manufacturing solution for custom parts and keeping older fleets up-to-date.
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Medical-Grade Materials Play Vital Role in Product Development, Fight Against COVID-19

Posted On April 10, 2020 By Protolabs
Medical-grade materials play vital role in product development and fight against COVID-19
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3D Printing Industry Gets Creative to Combat COVID-19

Posted On April 7, 2020 By Nicole Hopper
Additive manufacturing companies create PPE, ventilator parts, and test swabs as stop gap measures while traditional manufacturing ramps up.
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Medical Manufacturing Speed, Agility Crucial During Pandemic

Posted On April 1, 2020 By Chris Stevens
As the medical industry faces unprecedented challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic, manufacturers are stepping up to help with supply chain disruption and shortages.
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Tensile Testing for 3D Printing Materials

Posted On March 24, 2020 By Rachel Hunt
Tensile strength testing for 3D printing materials determines how a material will behave under load.
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3D Printing Industry Builds New Processes and Products in 2020

Posted On March 6, 2020 By Nicole Hopper
A skin sheet printer, recreated mummy vocal cords, and the world’s largest 3D-printed boat are a few additive manufacturing highlights so far in the new year.
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Metal 3D Printing with Copper Offers Excellent Mechanical Properties

Posted On February 14, 2020 By Joseph Iannuzzelli
Metal 3D printing with a copper alloy offers excellent mechanical properties with high thermal and electrical conductivity.
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Haute Couture Meets Industrial 3D Printing: How it All Came Together

Posted On December 6, 2019 By Eric Utley
High fashion took a deep dive into 3D-printed clothes and accessories at the 2019 Met Gala
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GE Additive Brews up a Solution for German Beer Maker’s Process

Posted On October 31, 2019 By Nicole Hopper
The Kaspar Schulz Brewery in Bavaria, Germany leverages 3D printing to reduce the time consuming stages in the early part of brewing by half.
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