By laying the groundwork now, Able Tool will be prepared for the day when machine shops are commonly called to produce metal parts via additive manufacturing.
EOS' Additive Minds Academy online additive manufacturing training is now available to the U.S. market.
Desktop Metal and Uniformity Labs have created a sinterable 6061 aluminum powder for binder jetting AM production.
AMEXCI and SLM Solutions have partnered to promote industrialization of metal additive manufacturing, starting with AMEXCI’s investment in the SLM 500.
A medical device maker establishes a center of excellence for product and process development in which additive manufacturing and CNC machining both challenge and complement one another.
Identifying the right part to begin your additive manufacturing path can demonstrate and validate the AM workflow, provide a benchmark for future work and more.
Chiron enters the metal additive manufacturing market with its AM Cube, which can change deposition heads during active processes, utilizing different feedstocks for different purposes.
Do you solve problems with 3D printing? Enter your 3D printed parts in this first-ever contest from The Cool Parts Show.
The underlying drivers of additive manufacturing’s advance are increasingly easy to spot on increasingly digitalized machine shop floors.
Desktop Metal’s Studio System 2 condenses the original system’s Bound Metal Deposition printing process into a two-step process with less consumable usage.
Ingersoll and Bell have completed a 22-foot-long main rotor blade mold through a combination of 3D printing and five-axis machining, saving months compared to traditional processes.
Both metal 3D printing processes are ready for production, but which wins out for speed and cost? Research from The Barnes Global Advisors offers a case study.
Siemens and EOS North America have expanded their AM partnership, with EOS reselling Siemens NX solutions, which now integrate with EOSPrint2.
Esprit and Cetim have expanded their partnership to include additive manufacturing, recently achieving support for binder jetting through Esprit Cam.
Stratasys has completed its acquisition of Origin, adding Origin’s Programmable PhotoPolymerization additive manufacturing process to its capabilities.
Siemens has updated its Parasolid software with enhanced convergent modeling functionality, also including substantial updates for boundary representation (B-rep).
This putter showcases the possibilities of metal additive manufacturing for design and product development, but also production closer to home.
Five components of a critical instrument were made via electron beam melting, a technique able to deliver the hollow box beams and thin walls. But 3D printing was just the first step.
Desktop Metal has appointed Scott Dussault and Stephen Nigro to its board of directors, with Dussault serving as the chairman of the Audit Committee.
Knust Godwin introduced metal 3D printing into its precision-machining environment nearly eight years ago. Now the company is using the capability to break through into new applications and give 3D printed mission-critical parts a renewed business case.
Jrlon Inc., a specialty metal, plastics and rubber manufacturer, has acquired Metalworx, a manufacturer of precision machined components and products.
Ceratizit has won FEDIL’s 2020 “Process” Innovation Award in recognition of its new process for additively manufacturing with tungsten carbide-cobalt.
VeriTX matches OEMs with the users and manufacturers who need their parts, anywhere in the world. Additive manufacturing makes this distributed model possible.