Essentium News

October

The Essentium Team
October 28, 2020

Intelligent Aerospace: USAF Taps Essentium to Accelerate Development of Additive Manufacturing

Essentium, Inc., announced that it has been awarded a contract by the U.S. Air Force to drive the development and deployment of advanced additive manufacturing (AM) solutions for applications in tooling, ground support, maintenance repair and overhaul (MRO), and flight-certified parts for military aircraft and ground vehicles through both the U.S. Air Force and the National Guard Bureau (NGB).

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The Essentium Team
October 27, 2020

Develop 3D: Essentium Inks USAF Additive Manufacturing Collaboration

Essentium has announced its latest contract to drive the development and deployment of advanced additive manufacturing within the US Air Force (USAF). The goal is to help develop solutions for applications in tooling, ground support, maintenance repair and overhaul (MRO), and flight-certified parts for military aircraft and ground vehicles through both the USAF and the National Guard Bureau (NGB).

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The Essentium Team
October 27, 2020

Aerospace Testing International: 3D Printer Company to Develop Aerospace-Grade Materials for US Air Force Jets

3D printer company Essentium has been awarded a contract by the US Air Force to develop and deploy an additive manufacturing solution that produces parts and tooling for military aircraft. The multi-year collaborative contract aims to increase  production using additive manufacturing (AM) and develop certified materials that produce consistent quality AM parts fast and at a reasonable cost.

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The Essentium Team
October 1, 2020

Plastics Technology: Bridging the Gap Between 3D Printing and Traditional Manufacturing

At Essentium, both 3D printers and materials receive starring roles. Essentium is an innovator in both materials and production platforms. The company is disrupting traditional manufacturing processes by bringing strength and speed together, at scale, with a no-compromise material. With about 100 employees, the company is based in Pflugerville, Texas, and has locations in Waco, Texas; Irvine, Calif.; Singapore and Western Europe.

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September

The Essentium Team
September 29, 2020

Stampare in 3D: Essentium Launches the Storage Cabinet for DryBox 3D Printing Material

Essentium announced the launch of a 3D printing filament storage unit to protect materials in a controlled humidity environment. The company developed the DryBox cabinet in collaboration with dry storage systems company ECD in an effort to extend the life of materials and ensure the best quality parts are manufactured on the Essentium High Speed ​​Extrusion (HSE) system.

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August

The Essentium Team
August 28, 2020

3D Natives: Essentium Releases 3D Printing Adhesives in Partnership with Magigoo

Recently, Essentium Inc., a leading manufacturer of industrial 3D printers, has released a line of adhesives that are specifically tailored for their portfolio of materials and the High Speed Extrusion (HSE) 3D printing platform. In order to develop high-quality adhesives, the company partnered with Magigoo, one of the main providers of 3D printing adhesive solutions.

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The Essentium Team
June 24, 2020

Additive Manufacturing.com: Essentium Helps State of Texas Increase PPE Supply

While the State of Texas is less impacted than many other states with significant urban populations, continuing to maintain the relatively low coronavirus infection rates will be vital as its citizens return to more normal activities, and as businesses re-open. Access to PPE (personal protective equipment), such as face masks, plays an essential role in the successful and sustainable emergence from the shelter-in-place order for the citizens of Texas and the economy – the 10th largest in the world.

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The Essentium Team
June 24, 2020

3D Printing Media Network: Essentium Supplies Over 60K 3D Printed Face Masks to State of Texas

Despite the fact that many businesses and cities are reopening around the world, the threat of COVID-19 remains. This means that in order for things to reopen as safely as possible, the process needs to be gradual and reinforced with special measures, such as social distancing and personal protective equipment (PPE). The State of Texas is one region that is taking these precautions into account, and it is reportedly utilizing 3D printing resources to ensure that PPE production is sustained.

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