Software tools such as computational fluid dynamics (CFD) reveal geometries that can only be realized through 3D printing. HP and Siemens share an example in an episode of The Cool Parts Show: an air duct.
How a kangaroo, a chest implant and the cost of argon prompted a question that led to the subject of this month’s column.
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.
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.