Adam Kohut


3511 ED Utrecht, Netherlands




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We don’t yet fully know what this “new normal” will mean for the global economy. But it’s clear that food and beverage manufacturers are facing bigger challenges than ever.

Food and beverages: Succeed in the 'new normal' with 3D printing

In 2013, a team of paleontologists from the the Netherlands' national natural history museum, Naturalis Biodiversity Center travelled to Montana to excavate the skeleton of a Tyrannosaurus rex.

Naturalis Biodiversity Center: Prehistoric prints, cutting-edge technology

Electrostatic discharge (ESD) is commonly known as “static electricity.” These discharges occur when an electric charge is built up then transferred to another object, often accompanied by a visible spark. This can cause product defects or lead to unsafe circumstances.

ESD-safe materials: A beginner's guide

3D printing benefits many businesses in varying industries and sectors. The technology – also known as additive manufacturing – is a fast, easy way to create prototypes in-house, and to manufacture tools and end-use products.

The benefits of 3D printing by technology and industry

Cody Cochran is the cofounder of Azoth LLC, an Ann Arbor, Michigan-based organization that focuses on combined traditional manufacturing quality with the efficiencies of rapid prototyping. He is also one of 2020’s Ultimaker Innovators.

The 'pro' in productivity: Cody Cochran talks manufacturing and 3D printing

In 3D printing, a material’s flexibility refers to how much it will bend when load or force is applied – as well as its ability to return to its original shape after bending. Flexibility is often defined as the flexural modulus (MPa).

Flexible materials: A beginner's guide