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Stratasys to Showcase the Versatility of its Additive Manufacturing Technology for the Manufacturing Industry at MACH 2018

This year’s MACH exhibition will see Stratasys, a global leader in applied additive technologies, demonstrate the significant time and cost efficiencies that companies from a host of industries can enjoy when implementing additive manufacturing within their production operations. Stratasys will showcase the versatility of its FDM and PolyJet technologies for the entire product development process, from fully-functional prototypes, to tooling applications and even final production parts.


The new challenge is 3D Printing

Is it the longing for innovation, a personal challenge or another winning intuition? Matteo Rigamonti, an enlightened entrepreneur known in the visual communication world for having founded Pixartprinting Spa in 1994, today amongst the European leaders in the online printing service, has created Weerg.com, the first platform that offers CNC machining and 3D printing exclusively online.

Oilfield drilling equipment manufacturer uses industrial 3D-printing technology from EOS

Imagine trying to drill a hole through your living room wall, down the hallway and into the bedroom, all while standing in front of your house. Sounds impossible? Not when you use the right drilling technique - on the one hand flexible, but on the other hand perfectly built for a challenging task like this. Fortunately, carpenters and home improvement enthusiasts don't have to resort to such extreme drilling tactics for their work, but feats just as improbable as this are being performed daily in the oil and gas industry. Which is why, when it comes to producing drilling equipment for its oil fields, APS technology relies on additive manufacturing from EOS.

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