Chemical Melting Finishing Helps to Improve 3D-Printed Surfaces

As we all know, 3D printing plays a major role in today’s printing industry. The toy, furniture and even medical industries all heavily rely on 3D-printed objects. But said objects always come in a ribbed, sharp condition when coming out of the printer, so they need finishing to smoothen the surface. 3D Chemical Melting Finishing (3D-CMF) could be the solution for that. 

Future Links CW 26 – 3D Printing Edition

This edition of our future links is dedicated to 3D Printing. Read all about the 3D-printed canoe, a printed nose, new materials for 3D-printed cars, shoes for kids with cerebral palsy and a new software for more flexibility in mechanical objects. 

Seeing the Unseen With Ink

Who thought that ink was just a means to put thoughts on paper or pretty up garments will be put right when meeting Lauren Bowker – the founder of a London design house where ink visualizes the unseen. 

Ink Marks Food as High-Pressure Processed

In times of growing health awareness, the role of food safety is increasing as well. Chemical preservatives to extend the life cycle of food are being avoided – at least lots of people try to. Because: How can you know for sure that the vegetables on your plate haven’t been treated? That’s where a newly developed ink will bring clarification. 

Future Links CW 24: Packaging Edition

This week’s future links deal with all aspects of packaging. Read all about the winner of the AmeriStar Award, the transportation of pharmaceuticals, Desperados’ special bottle design, limited dosing for opioid medication and the sale of Molins’ Instrumentation & Tobacco Machinery. 

Future Links CW 23 – Industrial Printing Edition

This week’s future links summarize the latest innovations in the field of industrial printing. Check out our roundup on an additive manufacturing simulation module, the potential of 3D printing for mass customization and ways to speed up production and increase turnarounds.  

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