Mimaki is a leading manufacturer of inkjet printers and cutting systems, and continues to innovate. We don’t limit ourselves to the 2D world, and have passionately embraced 3D printing technology, starting with the 3DUJ-553 full-colour 3D printer and, more recently, with the launch of our 3DGD-1800 large-format printer. Thanks to this addition to our ecosystem, Mimaki is certainly one of the most versatile printer manufacturers on the market.

3D printing offers endless possibilities, but up to now, the limited production speed of conventional FDM techniques has made large-format 3D printing impractical. No longer. Mimaki’s game-changing 3DGD-1800, a large-format 3D printer with gel dispensing technology, is extremely fast. And there’s more. Read on to find out what makes this printer so unique.

Mimaki Europe, in conjunction with Mimaki USA, a leading manufacturer of inkjet printers and cutting systems, today announces the launch of its new compact, full-colour 3DUJ-2207 UV Inkjet 3D Printer. Previously the first to bring over 10 million colours to the 3D printing market with its larger-scale industrial counterpart, the 3DUJ-553, Mimaki now combines the same impressive colour range and renowned build quality in a compact, affordable solution. With this latest offering, Mimaki aims to extend the reach and accessibility of its cutting-edge 3D printing technologies to an entirely new segment of customers.

A new record for Weerg, which, exactly one year after the installation of 6 HP Jet Fusion 5210 3D industrial printers, doubles the production capacity in a single operation by purchasing 6 more printers from the same series. And if 2019 saw the largest single order ever placed in EMEA, now Italian e-commerce offering CNC and 3D online machining is reaching the European record for the number of systems installed.

Mimaki Europe, a leading manufacturer of inkjet printers and cutting systems, today announces the latest in a series of initiatives designed to support, inspire and engage with its customers through the continued uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic: a back-to-back duo of creative virtual events in the 3D printing space, set to run throughout November and into December.

If you think that 3D printing is limited to small objects, then think again. The new Mimaki 3DGD-1800 3D printer is capable of producing objects up to 1.8 metres tall! And that’s not all: it offers unrivalled production speed. Curious? Read on to discover the five unique features of our large-format 3D printer.

Once again, Weerg's innovation meets the needs of the extensive world of mechanics by expanding its machining range with the introduction of 316 stainless steel, one of the most versatile and requested materials. For this stainless metal, the company that offers online CNC machining and 3D printing services entirely made in Italy, has established an exclusive production line at its headquarters in Gardigiano, near Venice.

The third and final session Mimaki Live webinar on Thursday, August 27, will focus on the impact of COVID-19 on the Industrial and Manufacturing sector. Discover unique opportunities with UV and 3D print technologies as our guest speakers share their first-hand experiences of dealing with the crisis!

Strength, elasticity and eco-compatibility. These are the pluses that characterize the Polyamide 11, better known as PA11, which is now a fully integrated part of Weerg's 3D printable materials with HP Multi Jet Fusion 5210 technology. The revolutionary Italian e-commerce, which offers online CNC machining and 3D printing, confirms its vocation for innovation by industrializing the processing of this support with a green soul, until now used only for small production quantities made with Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) technology.

The Xaar 1003 printhead is proving instrumental for industrial 3D printing manufacturer dp polar GmbH, enabling its revolutionary AMpolar i2 to print Additive Manufacturing parts on a truly industrial scale.

Weerg, a revolutionary Italian e-commerce company offering CNC machining and 3D prints online, confirms its vocation for innovation by inaugurating a new line for the production of 3D resin prints proposed in two versions: ABS like grey and Tmax transparent. This new material, which joins the Nylon PA12, until now the absolute protagonist of the additive manufacturing department of the Venetian company, is printed with MSLA LED with the exclusive proprietary 4KSPER™ technology, developed by the internal R&D department by implementing and redesigning systems already existing on the market.

Irish PhD student, Daniel Fahy, has won first place in Stratasys’ annual Extreme Redesign Challenge Awards. Fahy took first place in the ‘Art, Jewelry and Architecture’ category winning a $2,500 scholarship, a free Stratasys FDM 3D Printer for his university for a year and a printout of his winning design.

Massivit 3D Printing Technologies, the leading provider of large format 3D printing solutions, has announced its global contribution to the combat against the COVID-19 pandemic. By dedicating its resources and mobilizing its network of over 100 customers and distributors worldwide, high quality, ergonomic PPE Face Shields have been conceived and produced to address the urgent demand by medical teams caring for the victims of the pandemic. Massivit 3D’s unique, high-speed additive manufacturing technology allows for the supply of hundreds of face shields off each machine, every day.

A coalition of companies and universities assembled by Stratasys (NASDAQ: SSYS) to produce face shields leveraging 3D printers now numbers more than 150, the company said. Among others, the list includes Boeing, Toyota Motor Company, Medtronic, Dunwoody College of Technology, the University of Central Florida, and the University of Minnesota.

"At this particular moment we feel that it is our duty to make a contribution, by putting our industrial production capacity at the service of initiatives capable of concretely helping health facilities in need", says Matteo Rigamonti, founder of Weerg. He is telling how his revolutionary e-commerce has decided to collaborate with the project that bears the signature of Isinnova and FabLab Brescia, for the creation of emergency respiratory masks by modifying a Decathlon snorkeling mask.

HP Inc. and its global digital manufacturing community are mobilizing their 3D printing teams, technology, experience, and production capacity to help deliver critical parts in the effort to battle the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mimaki Europe, a leading manufacturer of inkjet printers and cutting systems, today announces the launch of the new Mimaki 3DGD-1800 3D printer, facilitating large-scale production up to three times faster than with conventional Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) type 3D printers. The Mimaki 3DGD-1800 3D printer connects the company’s 2D printing expertise and 3D technology innovations, providing customers with a cost-effective, total solution for 3D sign and display applications.

Stratasys Ltd. (NASDAQ: SSYS) has announced a global mobilization of the company’s 3D printing resources and expertise to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, spanning its Stratasys, GrabCAD, Stratasys Direct Manufacturing and partner network with donated printing capacity across all regions. The initial focus is on providing thousands of disposable face shields for use by medical personnel.

As countries worldwide face the challenge of managing the COVID-19 pandemic, Ultimaker is making its global network of 3D printing hubs, experts, and designers directly available to hospitals in need of tools and applications that are short in supply and can be quickly produced with 3D printing. Through Ultimaker.com, hospitals can now learn the location of available 3D printing hubs nearby. And direct contact is offered with Ultimaker and local 3D printing experts and designers to advise and support on creating and obtaining the parts they need most.

Xerox announced today the hiring of Tali Rosman as vice president of Xerox’s 3D Business. In this role, she reports to Naresh Shanker, chief technology officer of Xerox.

3D printing of composites is a rapidly emerging area. New entrants, notable research developments, large funding, and acquisitions have all been observed over the past few years. But questions still stand around where the market penetration will be and which of the competing processes and business models will gain the upper hand.

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