3D Printing News Briefs, June 2, 2022: 3D Printers, Research, Tooling, & More – 3DPrint.com

We’re starting off with news from Farsoon in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, as the company has four new 3D printer models ready for the European market. Desktop Metal and Lumafield are combining their skills to improve the supply chain, and Pepsi Co. used Nexa3D’s technology to create tooling. Finally, Etteplan is supporting research that could lead to an AM breakthrough.


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Auto Glass Giant Saint-Gobain Cuts Costs & Lead Time with BCN3D 3D Printers – 3DPrint.com

Automotive glass is one of those extremely mundane-sounding sectors that’s nonetheless indispensable to the stability of global supply chains. Those sectors, of course, seem to be the ones which have been most amenable in recent years for incorporation of additive manufacturing (AM) into their routine production operations.

Fittingly, then, in 2019, Saint-Gobain started using BCN3D’…….

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Calcasieu Parish School Board advances STEAM education with MakerBot 3D Printers – Design World Network

MakerBot, a Stratasys company (Nasdaq: SSYS), announced that Calcasieu Parish School Board has invested in 200 MakerBot SKETCH Classroom sets, totaling 400 SKETCH 3D printers, to further advance its STEAM education and build critical skills among its students. The addition of SKETCH 3D printers brings the latest technological innovations to students to enhance classroom learning across grade le…….

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SPEE3D metal 3D printers to be installed at EWI’s new Cold Spray Center of Excellence – Design World Network

EWI has announced which additive manufacturing technologies will be added to their new Cold Spray Research Center opening in 2022, and Australian company, SPEE3D, has made the list. The company’s WarpSPEE3D printer will be installed at EWI’s Buffalo Manufacturing Works facility in New York, where it will be used to support EWI’s cold spray initiative to advance knowledge and capability wi…….

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