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Additively Manufacturing a Large Component with a Small Work Envelope
Airbus successfully reduced the weight of an aircraft partition by redesigning it for additive manufacturing. The large component was produced in pieces, with connection features built-in.
Producing Big Parts from Small Blanks Through Laser Cladding
The integration of laser-based additive manufacturing with WFL mill-turn machines is enabling the production of large parts in a single setup.
Manufacturing News of Note: April 2017
Sandvik Coromant opens a special automotive engineering project and training site, Stratasys launches an additive manufacturing consulting service, and other industry news.
Penn State Professor Timothy Simpson Joins MMS as New Additive Manufacturing Columnist
A monthly column will focus on concepts particular to AM, exploring the ways that this method of making parts is distinct from conventional processes.
WEBINAR: Practical Considerations for Conformal Cooling Designs
If you are looking for a comprehensive analysis of cooling design rules for additive manufacturing, check out this webinar.
Advanced Material for Additive Manufacturing Produces Better Spinal Implant
A highly porous alloy makes it possible to build an implant that more closely imitates the structure of natural bone.
Laser Optimization Helps Brings AM to the Next Level
A new productivity-boosting technology, called parallel mode, redefines metal 3D printer process speed.
Design Enhancements for Conformal-Cooled Insert Leverage 3D Printing Capabilities
A collaborative mold project reveals that the value of 3D printing isn’t in the process, it’s in the products.
Metal Additive Manufacturing Delivers Spare Parts on Demand
A powder-bed metal AM machine enables a manufacturer to deliver spare parts to beverage-filling plant customers as they are needed.
After Additive Manufacturing Comes Machining: March 2017 Digital Edition
The latest issue of Modern Machine Shop covers a shop proving that additive belongs alongside subtractive machining, guidance on data-driven manufacturing and the efforts of a toolmaker to increase the usable cutting edges of its tool products.