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3D printed lattice structure

Using Lattice Structures in Additive Manufacturing Software

By Materials Team | January 20, 2022

While lattice structures are commonly used in metals, they also form intricate designs with impressive mechanical attributes in elastic or resin materials.

A representational image of a dental office adopting 3D printing dental trends.

3D Printing Dental Trends that Upgrade Your Practice

By Dental Team | January 6, 2022

Advanced 3D printing technologies such as LuxCreo’s solutions are upgrading dental offices and advancing current dental trends.

Choosing the Best 3D Printer for Dentistry

By Dental Team | December 28, 2021

Rapid prototyping with traditional methods requires tooling – just like volume production processes.Tooling slows down and adds cost to product development cycles. 3D printing provides an alternative prototyping production process that removes tooling constraints, giving product designers a flexible, on-demand option for product development and scaling.

Rapid prototyping and tooling

Rapid Prototyping and Tooling: 3D Printing Speeding up Product Manufacturing

By Smart Factory Team | December 23, 2021

Rapid prototyping with traditional methods requires tooling – just like volume production processes.Tooling slows down and adds cost to product development cycles. 3D printing provides an alternative prototyping production process that removes tooling constraints, giving product designers a flexible, on-demand option for product development and scaling.

Understanding 3D Printing in Manufacturing

By Smart Factory Team | December 15, 2021

Defined as the construction of a three-dimensional object from a computer-aided design (CAD) or a digital 3D model, 3D printing or additive manufacturing is transforming the world as we know…

Dental models being 3D printed

Aligning Dental 3D Printing Process with Different Business Models

By Dental Team | December 13, 2021

3D printing technology is constantly advancing and popularity among dental practitioners and labs is growing. 3D printing dental products offer better patient service with faster turnaround times and are more…

A tray filled with 3D-printed parts in a high-volume manufacturing process

High Volume Manufacturing Process with 3D Printing: Pros and Cons

By Smart Factory Team | December 9, 2021

There are multiple ways to take advantage of 3D printing, such as leveraging a smart factory for on-demand production, augmenting traditional processes, and building dedicated 3D printing lines for an agile manufacturing model. With advantages and disadvantages for each option, companies need to consider several factors when using 3D printing for high-volume manufacturing processes.

high mix low volume manufacturing

Optimizing High-Mix, Low-Volume Manufacturing with 3D Printing

By Smart Factory Team | December 2, 2021

3D printing systems enable a high-mix, low-volume manufacturing approach for a broad range of products, including fully customizable products. For companies considering 3D printing for a high-mix, low-volume manufacturing business model, there are many benefits over traditional production processes.

additive manufacturing vs. subtractive manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing vs. Subtractive Manufacturing: Comparison Guide

By Smart Factory Team | November 29, 2021

3D printing is enabling new business models and supporting low and high-volume manufacturing operations. When applied on an industrial scale, 3D printing is known as additive manufacturing. Manufacturers can easily…

Top Seven Industries for Additive Manufacturing Applications

By Smart Factory Team | November 11, 2021

Additive manufacturing offers innovations, process improvements, and greater agility to many industries, including aerospace, dental, medical, and automotive. 3D printers are versatile and can produce complex or customized products. Manufacturers…