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Stereolithography now accessible to medical device developers

By IMM Staff
Published: November 24th, 2009

The medical device sector has to date not adopted stereolithography (SL) as a prototyping tool in any significant way on account of the unavailability of suitable materials. That’s about to change, according to SL resin supplier DSM Somos (Elgin, IL).

Big on 3D printing

By IMM Staff
Published: October 15th, 2009

The ProJet 5000 large-format printer from 3D Systems Inc. (Rock Hill, SC) reportedly offers the largest build area of any photopolymer-based printing system (a 21.65-by-15.5-by-11.8-inch envelope). A wide range of photopolymer-based materials can be deployed with the printer for fabricating rugged functional prototype parts, while 100% Realwax patterns can also be generated for investment casting.

Inserts designed to cut lead times

By admin
Published: August 22nd, 2008

Durable insert frames

By admin
Published: August 22nd, 2008

Rapid tooling plus system

By admin
Published: August 22nd, 2008
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