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Date: 21/09/2023         Posted by: caterina

PolyD-Lab: Your Part in MJF 3D Printing for Free

3D Printing enthusiasts, thanks to the great success of the first Contest, here we are with the second season of the PolyDlab.

Do you have a Project to print? Tell us what prompted you to create your Parts, Prototypes and Components. If you are selected, we will print your Pieces for FR...

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Date: 19/04/2022         Posted by: caterina

MJF 3D Printing: the Turbofan Engine - PolyD

Hi Engineers!

Here we are with a new video showing a 3D printed part with MJF Technology, one of the best 3D printing technologies currently on the market, using Nylon PA12 as material. This is the Turbofan, a type of jet engine.  

 

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Date: 11/02/2022         Posted by: caterina

MJF 3D Printing: Natural Cooling or Fast Cooling? - PolyD

Hello Engineers!

Welcome to PolyD's new video on Professional 3D Printing. Today we are going to take a closer look at Build Cooling, i.e. the cooling of 3D Printed Parts using MJF Technology.

Why is this phase of Industrial 3D Printing important? Because it has a signifi...

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Date: 11/06/2021         Posted by: Davide

Pros and cons of 3D printing technologies: FDM, MJF and INJECTION

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Today we analyse the Pros and Cons of 3 3D Printing technologies, FDM, MJF and Injection Molding, using the Pump Body Prototype as an example. Our comparison considers the analysis of 6 characteristics: quality of the parts produced, processing time, materials used, ava...

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Date: 24/02/2021         Posted by: Davide

MJF, FDM or SLS. PolyD's advice for your 3D Printing

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There are various methods for printing online a 3D object, each with its own merits and limitations. The most commonly used printing techniques on the market today are FDM (Fused Deposition Modelling), SLS (Selective Laser Sintering)...