Desktop Metal and Henkel have announced the first initial workflow validation for the Xtreme 8K, the largest digital light processing (DLP) build volume machine for the 3D printing market. Following the two companies’ collaboration on applications on ETEC’s printer platforms for industrial and medical use, validation of Henkel’s Loctite branded formulations shows support from both partners for volume production in additive manufacturing.
Additive manufacturing can replace etching processes says InnovationLab
A sustainable method to manufacture PCBs based on additive manufacturing is not only cost-effective but will help meet higher environmental standards for electronics production, said InnovationLab.
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