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3D Printing Trends Q1 2019

3D Printing Trends Q1 2019 Dutch 3D printing network, 3D Hubs, has released its quarterly 3D Printing Trends 2019​ Q4/2019 report. Insights include the fact that US businesses now account for nearly half of all global online 3D printing demand. Also, 3 out of 4 major automotive companies in the US and Germany use 3D printing to mass-manufacture parts for their cars.

1Dragon Hotend will solve the potential blockage of 3D printing process

Printing Hotend is the core hardware component of 3D printing equipment.A qualified printing hotend needs to meet the scientific flow rate ratio, so that the Heat Break does not block material, the purpose of the overall smooth printing.In response to this demand, PHAETUS has launched a new generation of 3D printing hotend “Dragon hotend ” Dragon Hotend is composed of Heat Block, Heat Sink Heat Break , which is the best combination of hotend printing extrusion kit formed by the r&d team after hundreds of tests and debugging! More >>

2PHAETUS Tungsten Carbide Nozzle upsets your 3D printing experience

Unique passageway in the nozzle improves the flow rate at the inner hole faster.Print speed is further improved without sacrificing print quality.The whole nozzle is applied with WS2 nano-coating after adding a hard and smooth nickel plating layer. Surface friction coefficient is as low as 0.03 which makes the nozzle with clean printing, without plastic sticking to it.
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3The secret of gem | Phaetus Rubby Nozzle debut!

PHAETUS Ruby Nozzle has both beauty and performance,Purity of Ruby:≥99.99%Mohs Hardness: Grade 9, Micro HV ≥ 15691 N/mm².Phaetus Ruby Nozzle can print with almost all materials, such as PLA, ABS, PETG, TPU, PP, PC, Nylon, PEEK, PEI and composites with abrasive additives such as Carbon Fibre, Steel, Wood, Boron Carbide, Tungsten and Phosphorescent pigment.
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1Top 5 3D Printing Trends of 2019

3D printing is revolutionizing the way we create products, the way we think of manufacturing, and the way business is done. Just in the past few years, we’ve already seen this technology reinventing the ways we design, prototype, and problem-solve across all types of industries. And 2019 promises even more innovation ahead. More >>

2Researchers Develop Cellulose-Based, 3D Printed IoT Sensors

Green technology is looking a little brighter as Canadian, Swiss, and South Korean researchers are working to use wood-derived cellulose material and 3D printing to create eco-friendly Internet of Things (IoT) sensors that can be disposed of without environmental impacts.
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Though many don’t realize it, the skin is the largest organ, and healthy skin is essential to a healthy life. Since it covers our body and is our first line of defense, it’s prone to many different injuries. Burns, deep wounds, and non-healing cuts can all pose a large threat and need to be treated immediately.
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4How 3D Printing is Speeding up the Development of Electric Cars

Electric vehicles are becoming ever more popular and 3D printing is helping to speed up their design and development in the case of many manufacturers.
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Leading 3D printer OEM Stratasys, together with British rolling stock operating company (ROSCO) Angel Trains, Derby-based engineering consultancy DB ESG, and train operator Chiltern Railways are trialling 3D printed parts onboard a train in the UK.
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