TouchNetix launches the new aXiom Experience Box
TouchNetix AS, a provider of next generation human machine interface (HMI) semiconductor chips and sensor modules, has unveiled the new aXiom Experience Box which provides the customer easier access to demonstrate and evaluate all the aXiom features than ever before.
Mechnano delivers Nano-Uniform ESD, high-temp 3D-printable resin for quick-turn soldering processes
The electronics industry can be more agile when handling bespoke customer requests by using additive manufacturing (AM), commonly known as 3D printing, to fabricate ESD parts to support the reflow process. Mechnano uses AM to help EMS providers reduce cycle time, increase throughput, and ensure Nano-Uniform ESD protection.
The Ohio State University's CDME goes big with 3D construction printing
Future professionals from The Ohio State University in US will develop their skills and learn to work with 3DCP technology to overcome the housing crisis.
UltiMaker launches the S7: The new flagship S-Series 3D printer
The UltiMaker S7 3D printer builds on the S-Series printers, with new features including an integrated air manager and a flexible build plate which takes ease of use and reliability to a new level.
Printed electronics enables R2R, additive and digital electronics manufacturing
Can electronics manufacturing be reconfigured for our digital, environmentally conscious age? IDTechEx’s new report, ‘Manufacturing Printed Electronics 2023-2033’, explores a wide range of manufacturing innovations that will enable additive, digital, and higher throughput electronics production across many length scales.
3D-printed antennas could bring 5G and 6G to remote communities
Researchers from the University of Sheffield have developed 3D-printed radio antennas in a bid to bring stronger mobile phone signals and faster internet connections to people living in remote areas.
Toyota cuts manufacturing costs with Zortrax 3D printers
Toyota hires more than 3 thousand employees, and thanks to optimised processes, they meet the needs of the ever-growing automotive market.
Green electronics at LOPEC 2023: “We help the industry make the right decisions”
LOPEC, the global trade fair and conference for flexible, organic and printed electronics, is becoming a meeting place for sustainability.
New research shows tons of carbon emissions can be reduced with 3D printing
CASTOR, a specialist industrial 3D Printing software company, has released new research revealing that manufacturers can reduce carbon emissions through additive manufacturing, showing that more than a third of 3D-printed parts can reduce carbon emissions.
The top 10 3D printing achievements of 2022
3D printing is now considered a genuine production tool in its own right. As per the global industry report by Strategic Market Research, the global 3D printing market size is projected to reach $77.83 billion in 2030 and, ongoing R&D alongside the rising demand of prototypes for various business applications like healthcare, aerospace, and automotive is driving the growth.