I had an interesting conversation with AddiFab recently, and it pointed out what might be a new trend in 3D printing.
Researchers at ETH Zurich have developed a method of 3D printing with salt, which is being commercialized.
Nexa3D has more 3D printing solutions than you might think.
Nexa3D announced a very interesting partnership with Addifab that should supercharge the injection molding industry.
Freeform Injection Molding company AddiFab has announced a $6.3 million investment round and an expansive new headquarters.
3D printing-and-injection molding pioneer AddiFab has introduced new capabilities at the small scale.
Mitsubishi Chemical Advanced Materials will soon be offering AddiFab’s Freeform Injection Molding as a contract manufacturing service.
Scaling up production to help in the fight against pandemic poses certain challenges — that are increasingly possible to overcome.
AddiFab has produced a new 3D printing process that can bridge the gap between 3D printers and injection molding.
A new investment is deepening Mitsubishi Chemical’s relationship with Freeform Injection Molding.
“It’s kind of basic,” says AddiFab Inc. CEO Carsten Jarfelt, “we combine the freedom of 3D printing with the known, credible, repeatable benefits of injection molding.”
Product and prototype: productype. The freedoms of 3D printing with the volumes of injection molding. AddiFab promises these and more.