3dpbm Releases New AM Focus 2020 eBook Addressing Advanced Materials in Additive Manufacturing

Fourth eBook in AM Focus 2020 Series Provides Unique Insights into 3D Printing with Technical Ceramics, Composites, Advanced Polymers and Refractory Metals 3dpbm, a leading provider of high-quality news, analysis and specialized content for the additive manufacturing space is excited and proud to present the fourth edition of the company’s AM Focus eBook series. This … Continued

Ceramic 3D printing for fast, safe and cheaper production of vaccines

The NESSIE research project makes it possible for the first time to produce highly complex vaccines in large quantities at low cost using ceramic 3D printing. The novel process makes vaccines available to countries that previously could not afford the high cost of essential vaccines such as measles or rubella. The recent pandemic caused by … Continued

Lithoz unveils new CeraVision tool and CeraDoc software for remote tracking and monitoring ceramic 3D printing process

Lithoz today released its new CeraVision tool and set of features to real-time monitor and control 3D printing process from remote via live-video transmission giving users an all-new way to interact with their printers. On top of this, the new CeraVision tool, available for the CeraFab printers’ family, is designed to detect and automatically correct … Continued

Unlocking the Innovation Behind Contactless Locker Access

In the grip of a global pandemic, hygiene practises are more important now than ever before. As a company, SteriTouch have always prided themselves on creating antibacterial solutions for a vast range of products and applications. Working with eLocker has pushed innovation to the next level. eLocker has created a solution for hospitals and the … Continued

An international Research Network publishes manual for simulating additively manufactured cooling channels with open-source software

Additive manufacturing, which is often referred to as 3-D printing, enables the creation of complex internal structures. A successful application of this capability is tools with optimised internal cooling channels. Such near-contour cooling geometries can efficiently temper tools to improve quality, durability and productivity. However, the design of such channels requires reliable simulation, which is … Continued

The Advanced Materials Show announces its global launch in the USA

Following the enormous success of The Advanced Materials Show, which first launched in the UK last year, the organiser of the pioneering expo has announced the launch of a dedicated show for advanced materials in the USA this autumn. The Advanced Materials Show USA taking place in Edison NJ, will showcase the very latest in … Continued

SteriType Relaunch Website To Keep Up With Demand

SteriType antimicrobial covers and sleeves have been popular within high infection areas for over twelve years. Perfect for hospitals, surgeries, dental practices and even call centres (where ‘hot desking’ is common), the need to prevent the spread of infection has always been high. SteriType keyboards and antimicrobial covers enable compliance with HTM 01-05 regulations, making … Continued

Röchling Utilise Scopic’s X-Ray and Metal Detectable Test Facilities

Röchling Fibracon Ltd. based in High Peak (within the Derbyshire Peak District, UK) has over 4 decades of experience in compression moulding of PTFE, and CNC machining of PTFE and many other high-performance polymers. A specific PTFE material in particular, developed for seals within the food industry, required both X-ray & Metal Detection testing to … Continued