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The mould and toolmaking industry is an old one – with plenty of those in the game who have been perfecting their craft in the workshop for decades and decades. But what about the next generation? more

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Jabil

Jabil has cut production time down by 80 per cent and seen a 30 per cent reduction in the cost of tooling. more

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An automotives mould maker has sped up CAD completion by over a third, after Vero Software redesigned its IT system to embrace Industry 4.0. more

machinery

Transvalor and Elysium agree to make their software interoperable. more

industry

WACKER has unveiled its new 3D printing technology for industrial silicone additive manufacturing, positioning itself as a solutions provider for customisable silicone products for medical, biomodelling and consumer electronics. more

industry

3D printing group Stratasys has unveiled a new software strategy designed to make 3D printing significantly easier, more intuitive and highly accessible. more

industry

The additive manufacturing knowhow of EOS and ASS Maschinenbau's robotic expertise has been utilised by Theo Hillers in the low-waste production of lightweight grippers for a robotic handling system. more

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HASCO is reflecting on its successful Open House event, which took place on September 9th 2015 in Lüdenscheid. more

industry

3D printing has found its place amid the noise and colour of the plastics processing machinery and material development giants. It is only right, therefore, that PLAST 2015 host a specialist 3D printing conference. more

industry

Moxoff, Milan Polytechnic's transfer technology spinoff, together with Italy's leading 3D printer producer Sharebot, are exhibiting together at PLAST 2015 in Milan this week. more

industry

Leading manufacturer of standard parts Meusburger has launched new ready-to-use micro moulds in time for PLAST 2015. more

industry

Laser sintering technology has been used by New Balance to design a training shoe that is perfectly-suited for its wearer's individual foot strike pattern and gait. Could 3D-printed customised shoes therefore be the future of running? more

materials

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