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Low Force Stereolithography printers

Formlabs has today announced the addition of two advanced professional Low Force Stereolithography (LFS) 3D printers to its hardware line-up: Form 3 and Form 3L.


Exclusive: Transforming industrial-grade 3D printing

Stratasys has released the F120 3D printer, the latest in its F123 Series of FDM printers, which is claimed to deliver reliable, accurate, complex and functional parts up to three times faster than ...


First desktop robot for industrial use

Automata, a London-based robotics company, today announced the launch of Eva – the first-ever desktop robot for industrial use, following £5.3m in funding.






Additively manufactured spinal implants

A collaboration between advanced technology and engineering companies has demonstrated the advantages of additive manufacturing (AM) in the production of spinal implants.







Low-cost, self-cleaning coating

The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) has collaborated on a project to advance the development of a low-cost, self-cleaning coating technology for industrial filter membranes.


Innovation funding for game-changing ideas

Through Innovate UK’s smart grants, UK businesses can access new government innovation funding that will provide support for game-changing ideas from any sector and help turn them towards major ...




3D printed titanium mountain bike components

Global engineering company Renishaw is working with mountain bike brand Atherton Bikes to produce additively manufactured titanium lugs for the company’s bike frames.




Customising CAD

MIT researchers have devised a technique that ‘reverse engineers’ complex 3D computer-aided design (CAD) models, making them far easier for users to customise for manufacturing and 3D printing ...




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BEEAs 2019 shortlist

MA Business, publisher of New Electronics and Eureka magazines, is delighted to ...