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The Competitive Edge of Meltio's M600 3D Printer

The EXBuild Team on May 21, 2024 11:30:00 AM

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Every additive manufacturing company says that their latest product offering is “groundbreaking” and “revolutionary”, which can get a little tiresome and make it difficult to really understand if any AM technology will actually make a positive impact for your business. With the recent launch of the M600 from Meltio, the loft promises of a groundbreaking technology are still there, BUT I believe there are six unique aspects of this machine that will help it deliver real value for those who need to produce metal components.

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Exploring the Future of Fiber Layups with BigRep 3D Printed Parts

The EXBuild Team on Apr 30, 2024 11:30:00 AM

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Innovation in manufacturing has always been a dynamic field, continually pushing boundaries and redefining what’s possible. One such breakthrough is the integration of fiber layups with BigRep 3D printed parts. This fusion of traditional composite manufacturing techniques with cutting-edge additive manufacturing opens up a world of possibilities, offering unparalleled design freedom, structural integrity, and efficiency.

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Photocentric Introduces Brand New Rigid, High-Temperature Resins

The EXBuild Team on Apr 11, 2024 11:30:00 AM

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Photocentric is excited to announce the addition of two more resins to their extensive lineup of UV and Daylight resin offerings, HighTemp DL401 and Rigid DLFR. Years of development from their chemistry team, in collaboration with renowned beta users, have created their first genuine alternative to metal tooling. Let's take a look at the key features of each material and where they can fit in your production process.

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Introducing the Meltio M600: The Next Step in Metal Industrial Printing

The EXBuild Team on Mar 26, 2024 11:30:00 AM

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The new Meltio M600 is designed to solve problems of long lead times, costly stock-keeping and increasingly fragile supply chains, thanks to its unique metal 3D printing technology. This new system increases productivity and reduces manufacturing costs, brings new materials to the table and most importantly is ready to perform 24/7 with minimal operator interaction for autonomous production.

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Unlocking the Potential of Additive Manufacturing with Markforged FX10

The EXBuild Team on Mar 7, 2024 11:30:00 AM

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Most modern manufacturing companies know they COULD benefit from additively manufacturing some of their PARTS, but they hesitate to invest in the equipment. The reasons why can vary, but over the last few years the EXBuild team has seen a trend. Until now, much of the hardware available on the industrial AM market has been pretty much just hard-to-use, outdated technology stuffed in a sleek new package. This means that a company looking at AM equipment not only has to decide on a printer, but also needs to decide what resources they are going to scrounge up in order to build out an entire AM department. Common questions include: who has time to learn how to run this printer? Who will maintain this printer? Who will fix this printer when it breaks? Who will decide what to print and not print?

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5 Ways BigRep is Transforming the Automotive Industry

The EXBuild Team on Feb 27, 2024 11:30:00 AM

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In the ever-evolving automotive industry, the race to innovate has never been more critical. Among the tools driving this innovation forward, BigRep 3D printers have emerged as game-changers, offering unmatched capabilities in design, prototyping and production. Let's explore some real-world examples of how BigRep 3D printers are transforming the automotive landscape.

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Photocentric Titan, Magna and the Benefits of Large-Format LCD Printing

The EXBuild Team on Feb 8, 2024 11:30:00 AM

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Late last year Photocentric, the inventors of LCD resin printing, upped the ante once again on what is considered to be Large Format resin printing. Their Magna printer already dwarfed the competition with a build volume that only million dollar SLA machines could try to keep up with.  The Titan makes the Magna look small, so many would say “why get a Magna anymore when I can capture the same level of detail on the Titan?”  The short answer is you should always use the right tool for the right job.  Let's dive deeper.

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High Performance Polymers: Advantages and Applications in 3D Printing

The EXBuild Team on Jan 23, 2024 11:00:00 AM

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The 3D printing industry is full of everything from delusional hype to realized productivity gains, and everything in between. BUT the recent advancements in both materials and hardware has made 3D printing less hype and more productive for industrial applications.

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11 Cost Saving Tips for Printing Large-Format Resin

The EXBuild Team on Dec 12, 2023 11:00:00 AM

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Up until now, 3D printing very large parts has been costly, slow, and problematic. Large format 3D printers, their software, maintenance, and consumables are all extremely expensive and the finish can still be rough requiring a lot of post-processing. One option can be to use more affordable small printers to print in smaller pieces and then carefully join them together, but its more time consuming and the part may not fit together properly. Either way, the process is slow and parts could fail during the print or worse, later in use.

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Introducing the World's Largest Resin 3D Printer

The EXBuild Team on Nov 14, 2023 11:00:00 AM

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We are excited to introduce you to a game-changing innovation that has the potential to revolutionize your business operations - the Photocentric LC Titan 3D printer. This cutting-edge device is not just a 3D printer; it's a catalyst for enhanced efficiency, cost savings and innovation within your organization.

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