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Change Is Additive—Week of 7/28/2017

CHANGE IS ADDITIVE—A 3D Printing News Series by FATHOM US Navy 3D Printing an Entire Submarine Hull, Disney Additively Creating Flexible Robots, 3D Printing Surpassing Early Hype, Shark Week Mystery Solving and *Fintastic* 3D Printable Downloads With so many weekly developments in a fast-changing industry like additive manufacturing, the headlines can really stack up. To cut…

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Phytec 3D Prints Functional PCBs

Phytec Quickly and Economically Produces Complex PCB Prototypes With Nano Dimension’s DragonFly 2020 3D Printer Based in Germany, PHYTEC is an industry leader offering cutting-edge solutions for the industrial embedded electronics market. The range of products and services includes System on Modules, Single Board Computers, and hardware-specific software. In addition, the company offers solutions for…

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Change Is Additive—Week of 7/21/2017

CHANGE IS ADDITIVE—A 3D Printing News Series by FATHOM Desktop Metal Tops $1 Billion Valuation, Functional 3D Printed Heart, Boeing and Airbus Develop Additive, Gartner Updates Hype Cycle With so many weekly developments in a fast-changing industry like additive manufacturing, the headlines can really stack up. To cut through the clutter of 3D printing news, check out…

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Change Is Additive—Week of 7/14/2017

CHANGE IS ADDITIVE—A 3D Printing News Series by FATHOM 3D Printing Soft Robots, Additive for Self-Assembly, MIT Focuses on Architecture, 3D Printing Induction Coils, More Standardization for Additive Industry With so many weekly developments in a fast-changing industry like additive manufacturing, the headlines can really stack up. To cut through the clutter of 3D printing news,…

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Additive Materials for Aerospace

Additive manufacturing has become more widely used in the aerospace industry, being a proven fabrication method for lightweighting and part unification. New materials and technologies are quickly gaining an industry foothold, bringing a number of new advantages to the table for design and engineering teams, as well as large scale manufacturers. In this featured blog…

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HP Multi Jet Fusion Services

The FATHOM team recently announced the installation of a Multi Jet Fusion System by HP at its Oakland-based production center. The new addition further expands FATHOM’s comprehensive 3D printing and additive manufacturing services that already include industry-leading technologies such as Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), PolyJet, Stereolithography (SLA), Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), and Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS). This…

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GrabCAD Print Webinar on July 19

GrabCAD Print by Stratasys simplifies the traditional 3D print preparation workflow and provides intelligence around additive equipment usage so your team can get quality prints, faster—enterprise 3D printing and made easy and accessible. Don’t waste time converting and fixing STL files because GrabCAD Print allows you to save time by directly 3D printing CAD files.…

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Agilus30 for Stratasys Machine Owners

The Agilus30 family of PolyJet-based materials by Stratasys, made up of Agilus30 Clear and Agilus30 Black, was created for designers and engineers that need to simulate flexible or rubber materials. The materials enable greater freedom to handle and test flexible parts and prototypes while delivering superior accuracy, fine details, and enhanced product realism. In this featured…

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Change Is Additive—Week of 7/7/2017

CHANGE IS ADDITIVE—A 3D Printing News Series by FATHOM 3D Printing a Heart Valve, Microgels and Additive, Generative Design, Growth of Manufacturing and the 3D Printing Market, Mass Customization of End-Use Surfboard Fins With so many weekly developments in a fast-changing industry like additive manufacturing, the headlines can really stack up. To cut through the clutter…

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Material Spotlight // Nylon 12CF FAQ

Nylon 12CF on FDM-based Stratasys equipment is a carbon-filled thermoplastic with excellent structural characteristics. The material is comprised of a blend of Nylon 12 resin and chopped carbon fiber, at a loading of 35 percent by weight. This combination produces one of the strongest thermoplastics in the FDM material portfolio—it has the highest flexural strength of…

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Change Is Additive—Week of 6/30/2017

CHANGE IS ADDITIVE—A 3D Printing News Series by FATHOM Michelin 3D Prints Tires, 3D Printing in Aerospace Manufacturing, Navy Decentralizes Its Additive Network, Non-Planar 3D Printing With so many weekly developments in a fast-changing industry like additive manufacturing, the headlines can really stack up. To cut through the clutter of 3D printing news, check out these…

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PolyJet—Enterprise-Level 3D Printing

FATHOM started using PolyJet-based 3D printers in 2008 because the technology and wide range of material options were flexible to meet a variety of application types. PolyJet is still an industry favorite because of its ease of use, speed, resolution, and material mixing capabilities. The ability to 3D print multi-material parts such as rigid and rubber-like materials…

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Change Is Additive—Week of 6/23/2017

CHANGE IS ADDITIVE—A 3D Printing News Series by FATHOM 3D Printing in Aerospace Manufacturing, New Jet Engine Parts, FDA Approval on Additive Spine Implant, 3D Printing in the Architectural World With so many weekly developments in a fast-changing industry like additive manufacturing, the headlines can really stack up. To cut through the clutter of 3D printing…

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3D Printing with FATHOM on KING 5 TV

The live talk show team at “New Day Northwest” of KING 5, an NBC affiliate serving the Pacific Northwest region, recently invited FATHOM to its studio for a televised segment on 3D printing. Host Jim Dever interviewed FATHOM’s Seattle-based General Manager Dylan Oliver, who brought with him a Stratasys uPrint SE Plus seen running in the background and some notable 3D printed parts…

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Shark Tracking & 3D Printed Devices

MBARI is a nonprofit oceanographic research center located up the coast from the world-famous Monterey Bay Aquarium. In pursuit of solving a decades old mystery of Great White Shark migration patterns, a group of researchers from MBARI approached FATHOM recently with prototype and production needs, aiming to create an innovative “event-triggered” video capture device to be used…

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