After campus had largely shut down, several labs and departments at the venerated engineering school organized with local hospitals to manufacture critical parts needed to fight the coronavirus.
As the coronavirus pandemic disrupts global supply chains, the company says the ability to additively manufacture large, previously forged parts may be of particular advantage.
Doctors, hospitals and organizations in need of medical devices as well as designers and service providers with medically certified printing capacities can now register for free access to the Siemens AM Network.
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General Motors of Spring Hill, Tennessee, depends on tooling to assemble thousands of vehicles per year. 3D printed tools have become integral.
During a recent open house event at DMG MORI’s factory in Pfronten, Germany, the company highlighted advances in digitalization as well as automation and additive manufacturing.
The additions add up to a total of 21 qualified printable materials: 10 single-alloy metals, six ceramics and five composites.
Siemens Digital Industries Software’s NX platform is described as an end-to-end software solution for part manufacturing, powering machining, robot programming, 3D printing and CNC programming.
“In season two, we’ll continue to explore how 3D printing is changing manufacturing through a brand new set of cool parts,” says one of the co-hosts.