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A 3D printing machine prints a vase at the 3D Printing Demonstration Base in Dalian, northeast Chinas Liaoning Province, Dec. 30, 2015.

BEIJING, Feb. 27 (Xinhua) – The KOCEL group, an iron and steel foundry in northwest Chinas Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, has reinvented itself through new technology.

Founded in 1966, the company which was once owned by the state, now uses 3D printing for a cleaner, leaner production process.

3D printing is changing the way foundries operate, revitalizing a process which has basically remained the same in China for 6,000 years, said Meng Qingwen, deputy director of the companys 3D printing center.

Traditionally, molten metal is cast into shapes by pouring it into a mold, usually made of sand, and waiting for it to solidify. In the past, to make a complex shape, technicians would break the design down into simple components, make templates of each part individually and then combine the pieces before going on to make the mold. A 3D printer, on the other hand, can make an integrated sand mold of the most complex of shapes directly.

With the new technology, the accuracy of the casting process has increased from 1 mm to 0.2 mm, and the scrap rate has fallen from around 30 percent to less than 5 percent, Meng said.

A diesel engine block, one of the most difficult jobs for any ironworks, now takes only one day, compared with eight days in the past.

Chairman of KOCEL Peng Fan, said the group brought 3D printing equipment from Germany in 2012 following privatization. KOCEL now uses 3D printing to make parts ranging from a few kilos to 10 tonnes for General Electric, Siemens and other big international players.

One of the main advantages of 3D printing is that the process is much cleaner and less labor-intensive than traditional foundry work. Peng said that some technicians who have been freed from their grimy, sweaty work by the technology have been transferred to traditional workshops for the time-being. They are awaiting training for other positions in the company, like sales and customer service.

Innovation is not a short-term thing. A company has to continually innovate to keep alive, Peng said.

Apart from foundries, 3D printing has also applications across many industries, including automobiles, electrical appliances, biomedicine and aeronautics.

Lu Bingheng with the Chinese Academy of Sciences teaches 3D-printing at Xian Jiaotong University. He claims research on 3D printing is thriving in China.

According to the world intellectual property organization, Chinese applicants account for a quarter of worldwide patents in 3D printing and robotics, making it the only middle-income country approaching the level of technological innovation of developed countries.

Lu said 3D printing, vital to research and development of high-end items, will greatly help enterprises.

Affected by the global economic downturn, many manufacturers have problems like overcapacity, pollution and low-end products which 3D printing can help.

Research by the McKinsey Global Institute found China had performed well in customer-focused and efficiency-driven innovation, which include consumer electronics, Internet services and flexible manufacturing.

According to McKinsey, new opportunities could contribute 1 to 2.2 trillion U.S. dollars a year to the Chinese economy, or 24 percent of total GDP growth by 2025, if transformation of manufacturing continues, particularly digitization.

However, He Jun of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences institute of industrial economics, believes 3D printing is only a small factor in Chinas giant manufacturing industry, and it is too early to say if China is heading toward an intelligent manufacturing stage.

3D printing is hard to apply on a large scale considering it prints irregular, customized products with very high cost, he said.

While He and others are cautious about 3D printings prospects, others argue that the technology will definitely rock global manufacturing someday soon.

Lin is team leader at Tsinghua Universitys laboratory of biofabrication and rapid prototyping technology, which studies the 3D printings application in biomanufacturing. He said that unlike traditional manufacturing that is subtractive, 3D printing is additive.

Traditional manufacturing is like digging a cave house, when you need to remove the unwanted earth, while 3D printing is like building a house, or whatever you want with bricks, laid piece by piece. he explained.

The technology may not change current manufacturing instantly, but for sure it will have a profound impact, he said.

The debate is expected to be brought to the annual two sessions of lawmakers and political advisors early in March, which will set specific plans for the countrys manufacturing aspirations by 2025.

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A 3D printing machine prints a vase at the 3D Printing Demonstration Base in Dalian, northeast Chinas Liaoning Province, Dec. 30, 2015.

BEIJING, Feb. 27 (Xinhua) – The KOCEL group, an iron and steel foundry in northwest Chinas Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, has reinvented itself through new technology.

Founded in 1966, the company which was once owned by the state, now uses 3D printing for a cleaner, leaner production process.

3D printing is changing the way foundries operate, revitalizing a process which has basically remained the same in China for 6,000 years, said Meng Qingwen, deputy director of the companys 3D printing center.

Traditionally, molten metal is cast into shapes by pouring it into a mold, usually made of sand, and waiting for it to solidify. In the past, to make a complex shape, technicians would break the design down into simple components, make templates of each part individually and then combine the pieces before going on to make the mold. A 3D printer, on the other hand, can make an integrated sand mold of the most complex of shapes directly.

With the new technology, the accuracy of the casting process has increased from 1 mm to 0.2 mm, and the scrap rate has fallen from around 30 percent to less than 5 percent, Meng said.

A diesel engine block, one of the most difficult jobs for any ironworks, now takes only one day, compared with eight days in the past.

Chairman of KOCEL Peng Fan, said the group brought 3D printing equipment from Germany in 2012 following privatization. KOCEL now uses 3D printing to make parts ranging from a few kilos to 10 tonnes for General Electric, Siemens and other big international players.

One of the main advantages of 3D printing is that the process is much cleaner and less labor-intensive than traditional foundry work. Peng said that some technicians who have been freed from their grimy, sweaty work by the technology have been transferred to traditional workshops for the time-being. They are awaiting training for other positions in the company, like sales and customer service.

Innovation is not a short-term thing. A company has to continually innovate to keep alive, Peng said.

Apart from foundries, 3D printing has also applications across many industries, including automobiles, electrical appliances, biomedicine and aeronautics.

Lu Bingheng with the Chinese Academy of Sciences teaches 3D-printing at Xian Jiaotong University. He claims research on 3
D printing is thriving in China.

According to the world intellectual property organization, Chinese applicants account for a quarter of worldwide patents in 3D printing and robotics, making it the only middle-income country approaching the level of technological innovation of developed countries.

Lu said 3D printing, vital to research and development of high-end items, will greatly help enterprises.

Affected by the global economic downturn, many manufacturers have problems like overcapacity, pollution and low-end products which 3D printing can help.

Research by the McKinsey Global Institute found China had performed well in customer-focused and efficiency-driven innovation, which include consumer electronics, Internet services and flexible manufacturing.

According to McKinsey, new opportunities could contribute 1 to 2.2 trillion U.S. dollars a year to the Chinese economy, or 24 percent of total GDP growth by 2025, if transformation of manufacturing continues, particularly digitization.

However, He Jun of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences institute of industrial economics, believes 3D printing is only a small factor in Chinas giant manufacturing industry, and it is too early to say if China is heading toward an intelligent manufacturing stage.

3D printing is hard to apply on a large scale considering it prints irregular, customized products with very high cost, he said.

While He and others are cautious about 3D printings prospects, others argue that the technology will definitely rock global manufacturing someday soon.

Lin is team leader at Tsinghua Universitys laboratory of biofabrication and rapid prototyping technology, which studies the 3D printings application in biomanufacturing. He said that unlike traditional manufacturing that is subtractive, 3D printing is additive.

Traditional manufacturing is like digging a cave house, when you need to remove the unwanted earth, while 3D printing is like building a house, or whatever you want with bricks, laid piece by piece. he explained.

The technology may not change current manufacturing instantly, but for sure it will have a profound impact, he said.

The debate is expected to be brought to the annual two sessions of lawmakers and political advisors early in March, which will set specific plans for the countrys manufacturing aspirations by 2025.

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BEIJING, Dec.26 (Xinhuanet) — Its estimated that up to 100 million people across the world could need orthotic supports – braces that help with posture and walking.

And the number keeps on growing at 6 percent per year.Full story

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Minneapolis & Rehovot, Israel;July 23, 2015Stratasys Ltd. (NASDAQ: SSYS), a leading global provider of 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions, today announcedKangshuo Group Co. Ltdis opening the largest 3D printing service bureau network dedicated to serving Chinas domestic market with up to 1,000 high precision 3D printers from the companys Solidscape®, Inc. subsidiary. The 80,000 square-foot multi-story facility in Foshan City, Guangdong Province, P.R. China represents the first phase of a multi-year agreement to build and equip four service bureaus.

This far-reaching agreement includes the creation of 100 Innovation and Entrepreneurship Centers across China, each featuring Stratasys Solidscape high precision 3D printers. Also included in the comprehensive agreement is a plan to supply Chinas 3D printing education initiative with large quantities of Solidscape 3D printers. Finally, the facility features a full 21,000 square foot assembly factory where Kangshuo will assemble-to-order Solidscape 3D printers for sale in the domestic Chinese market.

This marks the most comprehensive 3D printing collaboration to date in China for Solidscape, and is aimed to help drive significant revenue growth for US-based Solidscape.

This is an historic day for modern China. We are very excited about opening the largest 3D printing service bureau in China. We believe that we can now offer our customers the best possible products for the jewelry sector and help drive innovation in China, stated Kangshuo President Bin Liu. For us, the clear choice was Solidscape. It is the beginning of a long and prosperous journey together.

Underpinning future success of the collaboration is the commitment by the Chinese government to embrace 3D printing as a driving force in Chinas future manufacturing development. 3D printing technology is very important we need to have this new industrialization as soon as possible, according to President Xi Jinping of China. Both the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and the Ministry of Education have developed aggressive, multi-decade plans for growing and employing a highly skilled workforce. The Foshan City initiative is one of the top five enterprises highlighted by the District government office.

We believe our collaboration is the driving force in creating a new 3D printing ecosystem in China, said Fabio Esposito, President of Solidscape, a Stratasys company. With Stratasys Solidscape 3D printers, Kangshuo is creating Chinas largest Custom 3D Printing Manufacturing network, building an assembly factory for equipping Chinas emerging 3D printing markets, opening Innovation and Entrepreneurship Centers across China and working with the government on educating a highly-skilled workforce. It is an amazing example of global cooperation. We are honored to have such a strong ally as Kangshuo.

Kangshuo exclusively chose Solidscape high precision 3D printers since these 3D printers produce the most accurate, detailed models with the industrys highest quality surface finish all critical for the rigorous demands of custom manufacturing applications. The combination of a high precision 3D printer capable of a 6 micron resolution with wax materials enables custom manufacturers to design and 3D print models with complex, organic geometries that are 100% castable in any metal.

Click photo to download. The Foshan City facility is the first of four new 3D printing service centers designed to create the largest 3D printing service bureau in China. Currently, there are 100 Solidscape high precision 3D printers installed and ready to serve the domestic Chinese jewelry market.

Click photo to download. Solidscape and Kangshuo Group are providing essential 3D printing technology that will transform the centuries-old jewelry industry and elevate it to an entirely different level.

Click photo to download. The unique partnership between Solidscape, Kangshuo Group and the government of China is critical to building an overall 3D printing ecosphere that will transform entire industries in China.

Click photo to download. Entrance to the new Solidscape and Kangshuo Group 3D printing center in Foshan City Foshan City, Guangdong Province, P.R. China. This multi-level center is dedicated to accelerating the expansion of 3D printing and technology into Chinas fast growing jewelry industry and other manufacturing industries.

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The statements in this press release relating to Stratasys expectations of the benefits that it will receive from its collaboration withKangshuo Group Co. Ltd, the expected results of this collaboration and the establishment or the 3D printing service bureau network, are forward-looking statements reflecting managements current expectations and beliefs. These forward-looking statements are based on current information that is, by its nature, subject to rapid and even abrupt change. Due to risks and uncertainties associated with Stratasys business, actual results could differ materially from those projected or implied by these forward-looking statements. These risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to:  the risk that the benefits that Stratasys expects from the collaboration will not materialize, or could be less, than Stratasys currently expects, due to technical or other unforeseen reasons; the risk that the Chinese market will not perceive the benefits that the collaboration and/or the establishment of the 3D printing service bureau network the same way Stratasys perceives them; and other risk factors more fully explained under the caption Risk Factors in Stratasys most recent Annual Report on Form 20-F, filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on March 3, 2015. Stratasys is under no obligation (and expressly disclaims any obligation) to update or alter its forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as otherwise required by the rules and regulations of the SEC.

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BEIJING – The KOCEL group, an iron and steel foundry in northwest Chinas Ningxia Hui autonomous region, has reinvented itself through new technology.

Founded in 1966, the company which was once owned by the state, now uses 3D printing for a cleaner, leaner production process.

3D printing is changing the way foundries operate, revitalizing a process which has basically remained the same in China for 6,000 years, said Meng Qingwen, deputy director of the companys 3D printing center.

Traditionally, molten metal is cast into shapes by pouring it into a mold, usually made of sand, and waiting for it to solidify. In the past, to make a complex shape, technicians would break the design down into simple components, make templates of each part individually and then combine the pieces before going on to make the mold. A 3D printer, on the other hand, can make an integrated sand mold of the most complex of shapes directly.

With the new technology, the accuracy of the casting process has increased from 1 mm to 0.2 mm, and the scrap rate has fallen from around 30 percent to less than 5 percent, Meng said.

A diesel engine block, one of the most difficult jobs for any ironworks, now takes only one day, compared with eight days in the past.

Chairman of KOCEL Peng Fan, said the group brought 3D printing equipment from Germany in 2012 following privatization. KOCEL now uses 3D printing to make parts ranging from a few kilos to 10 tonnes for General Electric, Siemens and other big international players.

One of the main advantages of 3D printing is that the process is much cleaner and less labor-intensive than traditional foundry work. Peng said that some technicians who have been freed from their grimy, sweaty work by the technology have been transferred to traditional workshops for the time-being. They are awaiting training for other positions in the company, like sales and customer service.

Innovation is not a short-term thing. A company has to continually innovate to keep alive, Peng said.

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