ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING

Additive Manufacturing

Siemens' NX Platform Includes CAM, AM and Postprocessing Software

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.

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Additive Manufacturing Media Announces Season 2 of The Cool Parts Show

“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. 

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Additive Manufacturing Conference Announces Call for Speakers

This year, the conference is seeking additive manufacturing end users in particular to come and present about their use of the technology.

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Renishaw Appoints New President

A 33-year industry veteran, Denis Zayia has worked for Renishaw since 1995. 

Additive Manufacturing

Card Decks Leverage the Power of Additive Manufacturing

How custom card decks are helping people be more creative with AM.
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Additive Manufacturing

Why Use Solid-State Additive Manufacturing?

New opportunities are coming thanks to 3D printing processes where the metal doesn't melt. 

Additive Manufacturing

The Challenges of Teaching Creativity in Additive Manufacturing

The extensive design freedoms offered in additive manufacturing can be paralyzing. With AM consistently pushing the boundaries of manufacturing, how do we teach people to take risks and be creative with AM?
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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).

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Stratasys Appoints Yoav Zeif CEO

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

Die/Mold

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.