Exploring the: Additive Manufacturing Zone
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Validating and Qualifying
X-ray technology can validate the internal geometry of additively-manufactured parts in 3D without destroying the part.
Desktop 3D Printer as Job Shop Resource
The low-cost 3D printer in this shop supports machining by simplifying prototyping and producing usable hardware—including vise jaws.
CAM Software Enhances AWJ as an Additive Process
Intelli-CAM from Omax Corp is especially tailored for the needs of AWJ machine users. This CAM software provides features that support additive manufacturing applications.
Will Additive Manufacturing Play a Major Role in Aircraft Production?
One answer: It already does. Lockheed Martin discusses the challenges and promise of producing parts through 3D printing.
Additive Manufacturing Is the New Normal
A company founded on the principle of individualized manufacturing puts AM to work right out front, in its retail lobby.
Additive manufacturing is not as easy as just hitting “print.” Like any manufacturing process, it demands attention to considerations that are characteristic of this process alone.
2014 JIMTOF Report: Machining Added to Additive
JIMTOF Report: Machining Added to Additive
Additive manufacturing’s greatest impact for this company is the versatility that has allowed it to offer different solutions than other manufacturers.
Rebuild, Don't Replace
If you could rebuild a damaged or worn-out mold insert instead of replacing it with a new one, wouldn’t you?
Where 3D Printing Fits In
Baklund R&D, a tool and die and CNC machining job shop in Hutchinson, Minnesota, has an unusual philosophy for how to cultivate, encourage and develop manufacturing employees.