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Tucci Hot Rods uses 3D printing to create custom car parts for its vehicle modification projects. The 3D printed parts can be made in a couple of hours and - after a bit of post-processing - will be used as a final part on the custom cars. 3D printing allowed the shop to triple the speed of producing parts while cutting the costs of production with 90%. Established in 1997, Tucci Hot Rods is a family-led custom car building shop renown for its bold modification projects. Dom Tucci, a designer at Tucci Hot Rods, used his Ultimaker 2 Extended+ intensively for their Ford...

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HOW DOES 3D PRINTING HELP US IN OUR PROFESSIONAL LIFE?

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Ultimaker Experiences Exceptional First Half of 2020 Highlighted by Global Growth and Professional 3D Printing Innovation.

 Ultimaker, the global leader in professional 3D printing, today announced that the first half of 2020 was a hallmark year for the company thanks to several significant business breakthroughs and growth milestones that position the company for continued expansion in the second half of 2020 and beyond. The company leads the professional 3D printing market fueled by customer-first approach.

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Virtual Product Demo made available to you.

In light of the recent pandemic, we've made available to you the Formlabs Form 3 product demo session, saved and recorded for you to watch at your own convenience.

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Episode 9: 3D printing in architecture: Taking design to new levels In our latest Talking Additive podcast, we chat with Asli Oney, Digital Fabrication Manager at KPF’s New York office.  KPF is a prominent multinational architectural firm. Since its foundation in 1976, the company has worked on some of the world’s tallest towers and longest structural spans, with a portfolio featuring notable projects such as the Hudson Yards in New York and Roppongi Hills in Tokyo.  KPF takes pride in its multidisciplinary, iterative design process, which is supported by 3D printing. FFF additive manufacturing enables the firm to create multiple iterations of architectural designs, which can then be used to convey key concepts to clients.  Asli explains how this low-cost,...

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