Post-processing of SLS nylon materials – Presented by Daphne Laméris, Shapeways, at the 3D Printing Materials Conference, on April 17, 2018, at Brightlands Chemelot Campus, Geleen, The Netherlands. Read the interview
Once a SLS printer is finished, the production is not. The post-processing of 3D printed models has some unique challenges. In this presentation those challenges as well as solutions applied by Shapeways will be discussed.
About Daphne Laméris
Daphne Laméris is Product Development Engineer at Shapeways. Continue reading “Post-processing of SLS nylon materials – Presented by Daphne Laméris, Shapeways”
Meet our latest speakers for 3D Printing Materials Conference 2018, Apr 17, Geleen, The Netherlands:
- Daphne Laméris, Product Development Engineer, Shapeways, The Netherlands, on ‘postprocessing 3D Printed polymers’
- Shoufeng Yang, Professor of Additive Manufacturing, KU Leuven, Belgium, on ‘3D multi material printing’
- Varun Srinivas, PhD Candidate, Maastricht University, the Netherlands, on ‘molecular design of thermoplastics with unique functionalties for 3D printing’
- Rob Kleijnen, PhD Additive Manufacturing – Selective Laser Sintering of polymers, inspire AG, Switzerland
- Dolores Hilhorst, PhD Candidate, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, on ‘multi-material FDM 3D printing’
When you register for the conference, you can also attend sessions during the 3D Printing Design & Engineering Conference, which takes place in parallel at the same location – see the program here https://3ddeconference.com/program/
Continue reading “3D Printing Materials 2018 event updates | Shapeways, inspireAG, TU Delft speakers & more”
Finally people are realizing that 3D printing is more than just a machine – Daphne Laméris, Shapeways
Daphne Laméris is Product Development Engineer at Shapeways. She will speak about Post-processing of SLS nylon materials during the 3D Printing Materials Conference, on April 17, 2018, at Brightlands Chemelot Campus, Geleen, The Netherlands.
What drives you?
I got into 3D printing because having an idea in your head and the actual physical product in your hands only a few days or weeks later, is simply amazing. My goal is to make the realization of ideas easier and the product better.
What emerging technologies/trends do you see as having the greatest potential in the short and long run?
Materials available for 3D printing are getting more functional with better properties. This increases the possible applications for 3D printing in both consumer and industrial environments. The industry as a whole is also more maturing. Finally people are realizing that 3D printing is more than just a machine, but also involves pre- and -post-production as well as quality control. Continue reading “Finally people are realizing that 3D printing is more than just a machine – Daphne Laméris, Shapeways”
For 3D printing Shapeways and Panalpina enter into strategic partnership. “3D printing is one of the most exciting frontiers of digital transformation,” says Mike Wilson, Panalpina’s global head of Logistics. “It stands for the convergence of the real with the virtual world – and it has the potential to dramatically change the traditional manufacturing and logistics industries.” Continue reading “Panalpina, Shapeways ink strategic partnership for 3D Printing”
This partnership provides a Free Curriculum to Teach the Entrepreneurial Side of 3D Printing, Advanced Design Software and 3D Printing Materials. An initiative in Response to the White House Call to Action for National Week of Making Continue reading “The New York Public Library and Shapeways Announce a Partnership”
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Insights into the speakers’ presentations: Continue reading “Metal AM Design Rules, 3D Casting and more at 3D Printing Design & Engineering Conference”
When Ellaria Sand whipped a dagger out of her bracelet on Sunday’s Game of Thrones season 6 premiere, we gasped, but not for the same reason you did. For months now we’ve been keeping a secret: the designers from Game of Thrones partnered with Shapeways to create items for the show and this–this!–was the dagger we had 3D printed for them. Continue reading “Shapeways’ 3D printed dagger appears in Game of Thrones season six opener”
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About Ruud van den Muijzenberg Continue reading ““Lowering the barrier: design & engineering for everyone” – Presented by Ruud van den Muijzenberg, Shapeways”
Late last year we launched a new pilot program and introduced our first ever material fully developed in-house, Porcelain. Since then we’ve been working closely with our community to perfect this new material, and today we’re excited to announce Porcelain is available to shoppers everywhere. From beautiful espresso cups to unique vases, anyone can now make and buy this incredible material. Continue reading “Shapeways Introduces Porcelain to Marketplace”
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