Maxime Legrand, Sirris, will speak at 3D Printing Materials Conference on April 16, during the 3D Printing Event at Brightlands Chemelot Campus in The Netherlands.
New materials are emerging in SLS 3D printing. How to make the best of it? In this presentation, we will consider TPU printing with SLS and how it is possible to change its mechanical properties through parameters optimization and lattice structures.
Continue reading “Printing multi-hardness parts with SLS – Presented by Maxime Legrand, Sirris”
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”
The three companies are cooperating to develop integral solutions for materials, printers, technology and service for 3D printing that can be tailored to meet individual customer needs. Continue reading “BASF, LSS and Farsoon develop solutions for 3D-parts printed by selective laser sintering”
Polyether Ether Ketone (PEEK) is a high-performance, colorless polymer thermoplastic semi-crystalline, resistant to many chemicals and featuring excellent mechanical properties. PEEK is used in medical implants, aerospace, and motorsports applications. Continue reading “German Firm INDMATEC Offer Breakthrough PEEK FDM 3D Printing Filament”
Johannes Lohn of Direct Manufacturing Research Center (DMRC) presents at the 3D Printing Materials Conference: “Laser Sintering of Multimaterial Parts”. Conventionally, Multimaterial Parts are produced by multi-component injection molding or by assembling of single parts. Continue reading “‘Laser Sintering of Multimaterial Parts’ by Johannes Lohn, Direct Manufacturing Research Center (DMRC)”
Sintratec launched their SLS desktop 3D printer on Indiegogo back in November. Selective laser sintering is completely foreign to desktop 3D printing, and certainly hasn’t been anywhere near affordable. Sintratec, whose printer goes by the same name, changed all this when they offered the world’s first desktop SLS printer for under $4,000. Continue reading “Laser Sintering 3D Printer, Sintratec, Reaches CrowdFunding Goal, Announces New Materials”
Tests have shown that the Digital Light Processing (DLP) based technology developed by the Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN) and its partners, for the 3D printing of ceramic materials can also be made suitable for metals, which will be, and I quote: ‘providing a higher-quality alternative to existing 3D metal-shaping techniques.’ Continue reading “Breakthrough: Digital Light Processing For Metals”
Engineers have been producing metal components, not just prototypes, for several years using Optomec’s version of selective laser sintering (SLS), which the company calls LENS (Laser Engineered Net Shaping). Continue reading “Metals 3D Printer Gets a Smaller Footprint”
Its goal is to promote experiments and innovations in powder-based rapid-prototyping. The machine is ready to use both the 3DP as the SLS process with minimal adaption, although the printer is currently prepped for 3DP. Continue reading “University of Twente (Netherlands) introduces first open source powder-based 3D printer”