After nearly one year of construction, installation and acceptance according to international standards, the 3D factory of 3D Smart Solutions Company (also known as 3DS) has been put into operation at address 58/6 Vo Van Hat, Long Truong Ward, Thu Duc City (aka District 9), Ho Chi Minh City.
As electronic devices become more miniaturised, the demand for smaller optical components creates production challenges. Conventional methods for 3D-printing of sub-micron sized photonic devices is, in most cases, very costly and impractical outside of a laboratory. Nonetheless, In-Vision is helping to overcome this challenge.
With the release of the latest software upgrade for its NanoOne platform of high resolution 3D-printers, UpNano has further pushed the limits of the fastest 2PP 3D-printer on the market. Now smart stitching can improve the quality of the final product and the already high printing speed can be increased even more.
Additive Manufacturing (AM) has been around for several decades but there is still plenty of room for growth. The use of AM in the automotive industry has shown promising results in terms of cost-effectiveness and time efficiency. Dream Technology System (DTS) explains how.
A survey by Materialise, a global leader in 3D printing solutions, revealed that manufacturing companies are familiar with the unique benefits of 3D printing but face challenges as they onboard the technology and scale up to volume production.
You would be probably familiar with cost-saving initiatives especially if you are in the manufacturing sector. Whether they are periodic Kaizen events or an everyday management expectation, you know the pursuit of lower cost is never-ending. This resulted in the adoption of 3D printing.
After four years of intensive research by the Netherlands Cancer Institute and the Dutch Mobius 3D Technology (M3DT), a titanium lower jaw was implanted for the first time in a head and neck cancer patient. The jaw was completely reconstructed based on the patient’s 3D MRI & CT scans.