Additive Manufacturing

Lessons About Metal Additive Manufacturing from a Hands-on Class

The metals you’re used to may not be the metals you want to 3D print. This and other lessons from the Additive Manufacturing Institute of Science and Technology (AMIST).


Stratasys Appoints Yoav Zeif CEO

Yoav Zeif has worked in several international executive positions before joining the additive manufacturing company. 


Is 3D Printed Tooling a Solution for Die Casting?

After tackling the 3D printer, material and design, there's still one challenge left for Exco Engineering: convincing customers. 

Additive Manufacturing

Why Was CNC Machining on Display at the Biggest Show for Additive Manufacturing?

Machining is a complement to AM as a means of finishing metal 3D printed parts. The increasing adoption of AM for production means more need for postprocessing, particularly machining.

Milling Tools

How AM Is Advancing into Cutting Tools: Photos from EMO

The design freedom of additive manufacturing delivers increased performance to cutting tools. At the world’s leading exposition for machine tools, I saw various examples of this.


Siemens Launches Additive Manufacturing Network

The Siemens AM Network is designed for enterprises, suppliers and partners that are looking to accelerate the adoption of AM for industrial processes and applications.


Renishaw, Sandvik Collaborate on Validating AM Materials

Since 2018, the two companies have worked together to develop process parameters for a range of Sandvik metal powders.

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3 Major Trends in Manufacturing (And They All Begin with “A”)

Peter Zelinski sees three long-term trends that continue to reshape manufacturing.

Additive Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing with Sheet Lamination

No longer limited to paper, sheet lamination bonds sheets of material together to form an object. Companies are exploring the possibilities of this process.


Postprocessing Guidelines Expected To Increase Adoption of Additive Manufacturing

Financed by Swedish agency Vinnova, VBN Components’ MacAM project will be executed in partnership with Swedish metals research institute Swerim, Sandvik Coromant and 3M.