The ProX 400 gives aerospace and automotive companies, medical implant makers, tool & die makers and service bureaus the power to print high-quality, end-use metal parts faster and more economically than traditional processes allow. For parts up to 500 X 500 X 500 mm, the ProX 400 produces strong, fully dense metals and exceptional surface finish, and it does so without the complexity of multi-step machining or the time and expense of tooling.
3D Systems is proud to announce our support of the Millennial Trains Project. We outfitted a train car with a 3D hacker space in order to inspire ideas and turn these innovators and entrepreneurs into makers. On our journey across the U.S. we stopped at local hacker spaces and gave them our latest 3D printers and 3D scanners. We hope our presence onboard this year’s millennial train helped empower these young leaders because 3D Systems believes in the next generation and we want to provide the tools that inspire them to take action. Please join us in our support of…
When Natasha Hope-Simpson lost her leg, her life came to a stop. But she built new momentum through design, as she created a beautiful, custom 3D-printable prosthetic leg that reflected her character in ways that a stock prosthetic never could. See how she and a team of 3D experts went from design to prototype in only two weeks.
Bring the bling. Sculpt lets you to create highly customized products faster than ever before. See how Sculpt’s voxel design engine makes embossing logos and complex patterns is easy. This recorded webinar shows how Geomagic Sculpt gives you the power to design 3D printable and manufacturable parts without the constraints of traditional CAD.
3D Systems Introduces the 3DS Culinary Lab, a cooperative learning, collaboration and exploration space to advance culinary 3D printing technology
See this wonderful culinary creation, the perfect blend of traditional baking and 3D printing technology, at CES 2015.
The 3D Systems Culinary Lab is where 3D printing meets the sweet satisfaction of sugar. 3D printing represents a paradigm shift for confections, transforming sugar into a dimensional, structural medium and making architectural, intricate and utterly customized sweets a reality. 3D Systems is bringing the power of 3D printing to the genre of sweets with its ChefJet 3D printers for confections.
VJ joins industry leaders during the opening keynote session at RAPID + TCT 2017 on May 8 to discuss how 3D printing is transforming manufacturing into a digital technology, moving the industry from an analog to a digital realm. This change is a turning point for the industry. Traditional manufacturing requires a long process of market research, prototyping, focus group research, and the supply chain and retail channels to distribute products. With additive manufacturing, manufactures have more design freedom to work with designers, customize existing products, and ultimately decide what will go live. Product availability and market testing will go…