3D Printing News Round-Up: PrinterPrezz, 3DGence, Sinterit & Nano Dimension

Next step for PrinterPrezz and Osseus: Family of 3D-Printed Spine Implants

Since its creation in 2018, PrinterPrezz has partnered with various companies of the industry to ensure quality services to patients: SI-BONE, GROWSHAPES, UCSF. The next partner to join this family is Osseus Fusion Systems, a Dallas-based medical device company focused on spine products.

Both companies will work on new spinal interbody fusion devices. This collaboration started in 2018 and aimed to develop the next generation Aries series of products, including ALIF, cervical and expandable lumbar fusion cage designs. Today, they plan to submit applications for multiple new devices to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in late 2019.

3DGence lowers prices of its 3D printers and opens e-shop for its European customers

There is more to say in 3DGence’s selling strategy. The Polish manufacturer has launched a web shop for its European customers. The manufacturer has also decided to lower the price of its systems:  3DGence DOUBLE P255 and 3DGence ONE for instance, have been reduced by 861 €. The reason that explains this reduction is simple: for several manufacturing companies, integrating industrial 3D printing in their production remains expensive. Their aim is to increase access to the benefits of 3D printing among companies that are still hesitating on this investment. Certified materials compatible with these 3D printers and all the accessories needed for printing, including hotends and enclosures, can be bought separately. Is it a wide choice from the manufacturer? Time will tell us.

Nano Dimension LDM system to Hong-Kong

Nano Dimension has sold a DragonFly LDM system to City University of Hong Kong (CityU) to facilitate faster prototyping of next-generation 3D integrated robotics and sensing structures, while lowering research and development costs. Unveiled during the summer period, the LDM system combines new advanced printer head software management algorithms with an automatic self-cleaning of its print heads every few hours. The new system is equipped with real-time automatic material monitoring capabilities that ensure maximized runtime.

Konrad Kubus, Sinterit’s Mechanical explains how TPE can be used in SLS 3D printing technology.

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