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Additive Manufacturing in the Job Shop
This small shop invested in production 3D printing in part because its owner expects other manufacturers to make the same move. He wanted a head start.
Baklund: Lessons About Additive
Make extras. Make the part before even winning the job. Additive manufacturing encourages atypical strategies such as these.
Stratsys Announces 2013 Extreme Redesign Contest Winners
Nine winners were chosen.
Driving Change, Layer by Layer
A vehicle currently in development will not only have a body produced entirely via additive manufacturing processes, but also promises to break new ground in fuel efficiency.
3D Printing’s Expanding Role
By providing solid prototypes of proposed part designs, one company has saved enough money in avoided rework to pay for its new 3D printer several times over.
FDM Technology Uses Resin to Produce Small-Volume Aerospace Parts
Ultem 9085 resin from the Innovative Plastics business of Saudi Basic Industries Corp. (SABIC) is formulated to be strong, lightweight and flame-retardant, and it now is being used to help aerospace OEMs produce small-volume parts quickly and cost-effectively.
"Adding" to Your Tooling Options
Understand the benefits and applications of processes for making tooling through additive manufacturing.
Stratasys Announces 9th 3D Printing Challenge
The annual contest invites students worldwide to submit designs or redesigns for scholarship money and more.
Video: 3D Printing for Assembly Tooling
In-house 3D printing can be used to easily create custom tools.
Partnership to Advance Additive Manufacturing
Stratasys, a manufacturer of 3D printers, has embarked on a joint initiative with the U.S.
Precisely Predictable Production
The greatest impact of additive manufacturing might be seen in the supply chain.
Desktop Additive Manufacturing
The number of manufacturers seriously considering additive manufacturing is large. Stratasys has lowered the threshold for adopting this technology in an effort to entice these companies to add direct digital production to their capabilities.
Stratasys, Objet Announce Merger
Stratasys and Objet, both manufacturers of 3D printing technology, have announced an agreement to merge in an all-stock transaction with a combined equity value of approximately $1.4 billion.
3D Printing Merged with Printed Electronics
Stratasys and Optomec Inc. have developed “smart wing” for an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) model by combining 3D printing with functional electronics.
Stratasys Celebrates 10 Years for Dimension 3D Printer
Stratasys (Minneapolis, Minnesota) has announced the 10th anniversary of its Dimension line of 3D printers.
Redefining Plastics Manufacturing
When this company was solely an injection molder, job quantities had to be large. Now, with additive manufacturing, any quantity is right. The company's role and its range of customers have both expanded.
3D Printer Designed for Convenience, Flexibility
Stratasys’ Fortus 250mc rapid prototyping and production machine combines the ease-of-use and affordability of the company’s Dimension 3D printers with the flexibility of its Fortus production systems.
Complete 3D Printing Packages Available for Lease
Stratasys says a new leasing program will provide designers, engineers, teachers and others with everything needed to print 3D models for a monthly price that is lower than the average cost of a single outsourced model.
Stratasys Expands Production Capacity
Stratasys (Minneapolis, Minnesota), a manufacturer of 3D printers, recently hosted a ribbon-cutting event for a 90,000-square-foot production facility purchased late last year.
Program Brings 3D Printers to U.S. Schools
Through a new national educational program, Stratasys (Minneapolis, Minnesota) will put 3D printers from its Dimension and other lines in the hands of high school students throughout the country. The company was chosen by the Georgia Institute of Technology to participate in the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Manufacturing Experimentation Outreach (MENTOR) program.
Race Team Relies on 3D Printing Technology
Additive manufacturing technology developer Stratasys (Minneapolis, Minnesota) says the Mini Cooper World Rally Championship (WRC) team used its 3D printers not only in the development of its racecar for this year’s circuit, but also to manufacture finished components for actual use on the vehicle. A full-scale mockup of the Mini John Cooper Works World Rally Car, created directly from CAD files, included 3D-printed components for the engine bay, gearbox, steering assembly, vehicle interior and more, including engine components such as intake valves.
Stratasys Acquires 3D Printer Manufacturer
Stratasys (Minneapolis, Minnesota), a producer of additive manufacturing systems, has acquired SolidScape, a manufacturer of 3D printers serving investment casting applications in the jewelry, medical, dental and industrial markets.
Is Direct-Digital Manufacturing Right For You?
Additive fabrication technology has moved beyond prototyping. These four indicators can help manufacturers decide whether to consider direct-digital manufacturing (DDM) for their operations.
Rapid Prototyping System Helps Students Create A Formula Car
This New Hampshire school stresses practical, hands-on projects for their Bachelor of Engineering program.
Additive manufacturing offers an option for quickly creating custom tools.