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The ProMaker P1000 X is the productivity-oriented evolution of the ProMaker P1000. And now, it’s available with the full range of materials from Polypropylene to TPU to Nylon 11 and 12.
Formnext #2020 is coming next week, for this exceptional year, in form of Virtual Event. And we are happy to be there, to re-connect with partners, customers, and friends from across the world.
With the recent innovations to our LD Series of dental 3D printers, Prodways has a strong position with our MOVINGLight® technology in the dental market and more specifically in the fast-growing segment of orthodontic aligners.
Part of a comprehensive eBook focused on 3D printing service bureaus made in collaboration with 3DPBM and Namitech a case study about a motorcycle prototype developed with the famed IED (Istituto Europeo del Design – European Institute of Design).
Everything you need to know in a 40-page eBook that will help you understand the ins and outs of implementing a clear aligner business into your lab.
ID Print 3D is an additive manufacturing service provider with a focus on special machinery based in France, in the Bourgogne region. Besides the fabrication of 3D parts for their customers, they offer consultancy and reverse-engineering services.
The U.K. based experts in electroplating and 3D printing choose the ProMaker P1000 SLS® printer to advance their additive manufacturing department.
The release of the P1000 X comes after a recent 120% growth for Prodways in 3D printing for FY2018. Unveiled at RAPID in 2016, the standard P1000 3D printer was released with the intention of making industrial plastic powder laser…
Whenever I drive past the Great Lakes Science Center on my way into Cleveland, I pass the giant wind turbine installed outside the museum. I’ve seen it so many times that the 150-foot turbine barely registers anymore, except on particularly windy…
3D printed dresses are not the only additively manufactured wearables turning heads at this year’s international fashion weeks, as Canadian design trio Daniel Christian Tang have demonstrated with their most recent 3D printed jewelry collection, Icon. Sourced through Scoop.it from:…