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Concept Laser Has Helped Shape “Additive Manufacturing” for 15 Years

Additive Manufacturing

Once an exotic outsider, additive manufacturing methods using 3D metal printing have taken over a wide variety of industrial fields during those 15 years. It is not for nothing that additive manufacturing is one of the catchwords of industry 4.0,

SABIC-Investing Globally in Capabilities and Equipment to Support the Development of High Performance Materials for Additive Manufacturing Processes and Other Emerging Technologies

Additive Manufacturing

Earlier this year, SABIC , a global supplier of engineering thermoplastics, announced that it is expanding the company’s application development focus in additive manufacturing technology by leveraging its global technology centers in the Americas, Europe, Asia and Saudi Arabia.

A Short History of 3T RPD

Rapid Prototyping News UK

Since its establishment in 1999 3T RPD has been at the forefront of Additive Manufacturing (AM), which is also sometimes known as 3D printing. The company began as a Service Bureau, making Plastic Rapid Prototypes and Metal Rapid Tooling.

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3D printing will be huge, in the most boring and fascinating ways imaginable

3D Printing Review

That sort of article has been around ever since the earliest days of additive manufacturing. I bought a (terrible) Acer tablet PC back in 2002, a full eight years before the first iPad. And we could produce those materials much faster.

NanoSteel Launches 3D Printable Tool Steel

Additive Manufacturing

Monday, June 19, 2017) — NanoSteel® , the leader in nanostructured steel materials, today announced the launch of its first product for the laser powder bed fusion additive manufacturing process. New Case-Hardening Steel Designed for Laser Powder Bed Fusion.

Zac Posen x GE Additive x Protolabs Unveil Breathtaking 3D Printing Collaboration at the Met Gala

Additive Manufacturing

New York City – 6 May 2019 – Zac Posen , GE Additive and Protolabs unveiled a collaboration featuring a range of innovative, sculptural 3D printed garments and accessories – inspired by the concept of freezing natural objects in motion. About GE Additive.