Desktop Metal’s new P-1 printer provides a smaller-scale Single Pass Jetting printer that better facilitates prototyping than the full P-50.
AMUG, the Additive Manufacturing Users Group, has moved its 2021 in-person conference to May 2 – 6, 2021 at the Hilton Orlando in Orlando, Florida.
GF Machining has announced that it will transition to direct sales and support, starting Jan. 1 for several states across the U.S.
3D printing is ready for production, but it isn't plug-and-play. Editors break down the issues to consider in this high-level conversation.
Velo3D and GoEngineer have signed a partnership declaring that GoEngineer will be Velo3D’s sole distributor in the U.S.
GF Machining Solutions found it had to modify nearly every aspect of a wire EDM machine to efficiently handle the challenges of removing 3D printed parts from build plates. Here is a look at a machine tool developed entirely for the needs of metal additive manufacturing.
Six questions can help you find value as you apply DFAM.
This manufacturer making medical implants through additive manufacturing simplifies the machining by 3D printing the workholding fixture along with the parts.
Cincinnati Incorporated has appointed Timothy L. Warning as its new president and CEO. He also joins the company’s board of directors.
DP Technology and Alma have partnered to create a complete programming solution for robot additive direct energy deposition.
Additive manufacturing provides new ways of making medical implants, but its impact is greater than this. How 3D printing is changing medical manufacturing and improving patient outcomes.
VELO3D is releasing the Sapphire XC, a large-format printer based upon its Sapphire 3D printing architecture, starting in Q4 2021.
It's not just humans who can benefit from the design advantages of additive manufacturing. A 3D printed device made by GE Additive is enriching the lives of animals at the Cincinnati Zoo.
voxeljet's success continues for its industrial VJET X 3D printers, fulfilling a follow-up order for three printers for a leading German car manufacturer.
Analyzing directed energy deposition and powder-bed fusion provides a thorough understanding of the extra machining necessary for a “near net shape” versus a “net shape” manufacturing process.
Design is the “value multiplier” when it comes to additive manufacturing.
Nearly $1M in prizes awarded to winners of five manufacturing-related competitions. MMS editor-in-chief Peter Zelinski co-hosted the Air Force’s week-long event.
The widespread outsourcing of large machine castings led a collaborative team at Oak Ridge National Laboratory to tackle the machine tool supply chain. The first step? 3D print the largest cast component.
Makino and Additive Industries have signed a letter of intent to develop integrated process chains for industrialized metal additive manufacturing and postprocessing.
Siemens and Ingersoll are expanding their digital partnership to enable create digital twins of Ingersoll’s tools and further advance robotics and CNC.
Sustainability means much more than recycling. Achieving a circular economy starts with decisions made long before the part or product reaches the user; a furniture manufacturer provides an example.
Machining a large 3D-printed part for aerospace composite tooling is fundamentally different than manufacturing the part traditionally. Baker Industries knows this first-hand.
When Wilson Tool International launched its additive manufacturing division in 2018, it had already proven 3D printing’s value through dozens of printed parts for its own line of equipment. Demonstrating that value to customers required a new, highly focused approach.