Tag - 3D printing

Endeavor 3D Integrates Materialise’s CO-AM with HP Technology to Drive Industrial Volume Production

Leuven, Belgium — May 2, 2024 — Endeavor 3D, a leading contract manufacturer of additive manufacturing, has announced its strategic relationship with Materialise and HP to onboard the Materialise CO-AM Software Platform to bolster its HP 3D printer production capacity. This relationship marks a significant milestone in Endeavor 3D's commitment to meeting the rising demand of industrial volume production with...

3D Printing Materials for Automotive Applications | Part 1

Choosing the correct material is one of the most important decisions in new product development and part design for automotive applications. To stay ahead of the curve in the face of rapid technological advancements, automotive manufacturers, designers, and engineers are increasingly turning to 3D printing materials for their inherent benefits. Material selection becomes the driving force, dictating the ideal...

MJF vs. SLS | Beginners Guide

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Navigating the additive manufacturing (AM) technology landscape can be challenging.  It’s our job to be informative and provide guidance to determine the right option for your next project. Multi-Jet Fusion (MJF) and Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) are two of the most prominent additive technologies within the marketplace today. Each offers strong material options, excellent surface...

Shifting Gears: 5 Additive Manufacturing Solutions for Automotive Manufacturers

Since the invention of the automobile, the proverbial wheel has never stopped moving. As the automotive industry evolves and faces new challenges, one thing is clear – additive manufacturing (AM) is emerging as the key driver of innovation. According to GlobeNewswire, the Automotive 3D Printing Market size is expected to grow from $2.2 billion in 2022 to $15.8 billion...

Innovate Easier with 3D Printed Nylon PA-12

Endeavor 3D's additive manufacturing solution, powered by HP Multi Jet Fusion and high performance Nylon PA-12, enables engineers to develop new parts that are more capable, lighter, easier to assemble and less costly than those made with other technologies.

This article is the second in a three part series about the use and benefits of plastics with 3D printing. Read the...