We interviewed the Steering Committee members of our touchpoint packaging about the platform and asked them why it is a must-see for visitors at drupa 2020.
Technology of the Future? Interview with Rainer Gebhardt about the drupa touchpoint 3D fab+print – Part 1
Can additive manufacturing processes like 3D printing be described as future technologies? Rainer Gebhardt, Project leader of the VDMA working group Additive Manufacturing, has answered our questions and has given us an overview of the opportunities and potentials.
3D printing is the way forward for the power sector, says leading data and analytics company GlobalData. The future technology is proving itself as an effective advancement for wind power and is about to conquer other parts of the industry as well. Siemens, GE, Rosatom and Westinghouse have been early adapters in the industrialization of 3D printing.
How Printing Changes the World: World’s First Community of 3D Printed Homes for Mexico’s Poorest Families
New Story is printing the first 3D printed community worldwide in Mexico. They partnered with ICON, a construction technologies company, in hopes that this catalytic R&D project will influence the global social housing sector as a whole.
Print is not just print. The technology has gone far beyond its original usage and has spread its feelers into other industries such as medicine, pharma, architecture, or nutrition. What is possible today, and what are the opportunities for tomorrow? These are the kinds of questions that dna – drupa next age 2020 will both approach and showcase at the upcoming drupa.
Deborah Corn meets Larry Corwin, president at Rollem International to look at another drupa success story. The company managed to secure international partnerships through exhibiting at drupa: “We're really proud to be a multi-decade participant. I'm not sure what kind of company we would be if we hadn’t exhibited at drupa 25 years ago.”
Michael Gale comes to drupa 2020 as drupa cube’s keynote speaker to "educate | engage | entertain". Of course, he has packed the eleven days of the drupa Hot Spot with vision and inspiration for you. Let him explain why is committed to the print industry.
Scientists from RMIT University have developed a cost-efficient method to laser print the next generation of waterproof smart fabric. The e-textiles are embedded with an energy storage device providing energy harvesting technologies.