“The production of aluminum parts is a holy grail for the additive industry, and we’re delighted that Ricoh has chosen Siemens’ Additive Manufacturing Network…”
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3D printers are “changing the ballgame,” enabling Ukranian forces to get military equipment back working much faster.
Company says merger will create “the first industrial additive manufacturing company covering the full manufacturing lifecycle from design to mass production in both polymers and metal.”
This week’s most alarming news came from market-research firm International Data Corporation…
According to Investopedia, Stratasys has a market cap of $818.8 million, and revenue of $659.2 million.
Company makes significant gains in A4 and A3 sales, but long-term continues to focus on shift to digital-services revenue.
“Receiving the expanded 510(k) clearance for anatomic modeling of soft tissue is an exciting milestone for Ricoh as we continue to lead the way in offering democratized access to patient-specific 3D-printed models in healthcare,”
Top-down, our expert engineering team believes that this technology will help manufacturers re-shore production and we are excited to be a major player in that supply chain.”
New service includes converting medical scans into 3D printable files, then printing via Stratasys 3D printers.
Company reports on new additive-manufacturing applications and previews new Jet Fusion 5400 Series.
“We are confident that Ricoh’s unique aluminum BJ technology will significantly contribute to solving … issues our customers face.”
“After four years of fast-paced hardware and software development, Xerox has made the unfortunate decision to cease all new development and sales…”
Today, at the 2022 International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS), HP Inc. announced the commercial availability of its Metal Jet S100...
“As the world looks to additive manufacturing in an effort to overcome continuing supply-chain challenges, shipments in the strategic Industrial and Design price classes were up.”
The Xerox ElemX 3D liquid-metal manufacturing printer is hitting the high seas…
Worldwide 3D-printer shipments in the first half of 2021 limited by COVID-19 and supply-chain woes, but market is now poised for strong growth as interest and order rates accelerate.