Siemens has updated its Parasolid software with enhanced convergent modeling functionality, also including substantial updates for boundary representation (B-rep).
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.
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.
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.
Tronix3D and several other AMNOW Program partners recently demonstrated manufacturing data collection and security technology to the CCDC and NCDMM.