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Hey guys!!! Welcome to Re3define My name is Saurav And today, This is our second installment of our news video series So without further a due lets get to it ExOne has licensed a new patent-pending 3D printing method for a lightweight ceramic-metal material. The method was developed at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), a Department of Energy lab responsible for a good many high-tech
advances including in additive manufacturing. They developed a process to 3D print objects in B4C, a neutron-absorbing material and then infiltrate the objects with aluminum The metal-matrix
composite is a lighter-weight material than bronze. ExOne intends to develop a commercializable 3D printing production process using the material to create shielding equipment, components used in neutron scattering instrumentation, and other aluminum-infiltrated B4C objects. California-based Nexa3D is entering the Japanese
market with a newly announced partnership. Nexa3D and Brulé have announced a partnership to commercialize the NXE400 3D printer in Japan Relatively new to the market, the NXE400 is
an ultra-fast SLA production 3D printer and one that Nexa3D is aggressively positioning
around the world. Airwolf3D has introduced its newest 3D printer, the EVO R. The system is the latest introduction to the EVO line of 3D printers. Smaller than its predecessors, though still with a generous build volume, this new machine is targeted
at education. The made-in-US EVO R 3D printer is designed for safety and ease of use, including a 7” touchscreen, HEPA/active carbon filter, auto-leveling functionality, and more — all with the high-temperature offerings of the EVO and EVO 22 3D printers. The EVO R includes complimentary training for educators, and Airwolf additionally offers a free curriculum to guide its use in the classroom. EVO R offers a 12” x 8.75” x 9” build envelope; pricing
starts at $4,995. Prusa has introduced a new filament. When Prusa introduced its in-house filament line, Prusament, last year the company began with PLA, following
soon after with PET. Expanding this in-house produced line of filament is the new higher-strength ASA Prusament.Rather than going the more standard ABS route the company chose ASA to offer
comparable qualities “with fewer cons.” Among those avoided negatives is ASA’s superior
UV stability and ability to process with acetone, along with high-temperature resistance. These qualities allow for ASA 3D prints to stand up to tougher environmental conditions, including
outdoors in the elements. MakerBot has introduced its newest 3D printer, focused on manufacturing applications. The new Method X is a follow-up with more features
to the initial Method, introduced at the end of 2018. The same size and build volume as
its predecessor, Method X raises temperatures so it can work with fully manufacturing-grade
ABS – rather than the often different formulations used in other ABS 3D printing filament. The chamber now reaches 100°C, up from Method’s 60°C, enabling work with the higher-temperature
formulation BASF has introduced a new stainless steel filament suitable for FFF 3D printers. Known for industrial-quality materials, BASF has introduced its latest foray in the 3D printing materials space with Ultrafuse 316L. Bringing metal 3D printing to effectively any desktop FFF 3D printer, the material infuses stainless
steel 316L particles in a polymer. The material has a metal content in the upper 90% range, and after debinding and sintering yields high-strength metal parts. We are going to discuss this filament 316L in detail in our future video Thankyou for watching and subscribe to get
more news and information related videos Also, If you want your object or design to be 3D printed, there is a link down the description box Please go and check it out Thankyou for watching!!! And Keep Printing !!!

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