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NASA engineers experimenting with additive manufacturing have took their efforts to the next level earlier this week by 3D-printing the first-ever, full-scale copper rocket engine part.
HIGHLIGHTS: -- Hong Kong-based DTSL targets educators, students, designers, architects, and hobbyists in the Greater China market. -- DTSL provides an all in one
Grafika is pleased to announce the acquisition of neighboring commercial printer, Offset Impressions. Sinking Spring, PA (PRWEB) April 21, 2015 Grafika
Neuger Communications Group, a full-service strategic communications and public relations firm with offices in Northfield and Minneapolis, Minn., has acquired Engage Print, a full-service commercial
This report estimates the anti-corrosion coatings market for 2014, and projects its expected demand till 2019.
AUBURN HILLS, Mich., April 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- -- Unique lube-flow test benefits axle durability, efficiency -- Harnesses power of 3-D printing technology -- Test exemplifies
PORT ORANGE, Fla., April 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Thinspace Technology Inc.
CANDIAC, QC, April 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ - Cascades Inc.
VANCOUVER, April 16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ - MET Fine Printers (MET) today announced its plans to expand its operations through an arrangement with Rhino Print Solutions (Rhino), enabling customers
BAODING, China, April 16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Orient Paper, Inc.
Three-dimensional printing, also known as additive manufacturing, is the process of using additives to form solid 3D objects of virtually any shape from a digital model. This is achieved using specially formulated additives, such as plastics, that are formed into successive layers of material typically laid down on a platform in different shapes. 3D printing is uniquely distinct from a more traditional 3D sculpting technique, which relies on the removal of layers (subtractive manufacturing)...
The stencil duplicator works by forcing ink through a stencil onto paper. Also called mimeographs they were often used for print short-run office work, classroom materials, and church bulletins. They eventually were supplanted by photocopying and cheap printing in the late 1960s. In developed countries photocopying and offset have replaced mimeography even though in mid-range quantities it remains more economical and energy efficient. In developing countries they are still often used due to...
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