EOS Adds Three Polymer ALM Materials for Industrial 3D Printing to its Current Portfolio of Materials

Additive Manufacturing

High-performance materials broaden the range of applications, particularly in the aerospace industry. These special-purpose materials are already being successfully deployed by several companies in North America and are also highly attractive for the European market due to their properties.

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Jack Meyer Tells us How He Teaches Students to Design and Print Award Winning 3D Printed Metal Jewelry

i.materialise

That was 2004. An example of 3D printed brass metal. Not only do they really know their machines and materials, but theyre able to talk about them with the students. Which is your favorite material to 3D print in, and why?

Tanaka Kikinzoku Kogyo K.K.-World’s First Success in Development and Formation of Platinum-based Metallic Glass Powder for 3D Printers

Additive Manufacturing

Samples of platinum group metal powder will begin to be provided starting December 1, 2014. Platinum-based metallic glass powder material (Photo courtesy of Tanaka Holdings Co., This marks the world’s first formation of platinum-based metallic glass using 3D printers.

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Tanaka Develops Platinum, Nickel-Based AM Powder Materials

Fabbaloo

Tanaka Holdings has announced that it has succeed in the development and formation of platinum-based metallic glass powder supporting selective laser sintering 3D printers. This marks the world''s first formation of platinum-based metallic glass using 3D printers. materials

EOS to Launch New EOS P 810 Polymer Industrial 3D Printing Platform and HT-23 Material at RAPID + TCT 2018

Additive Manufacturing

Large frame, two laser system and high performance material meet the strict requirements for demanding polymer parts in the aerospace, electronics and mobility industries. High performance PEKK material.

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EOS Reacts to North American Growth Through $2M Expansion Project

Additive Manufacturing

Completion of expansion will support demand for additive manufacturing technology in the region and material development globally. Added Space and Equipment Investments Bolster Material Creation.

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A Short History of 3T RPD

Rapid Prototyping News UK

The company began as a Service Bureau, making Plastic Rapid Prototypes and Metal Rapid Tooling. 2003 – The company opens its in-house spray shop which is the forerunner of our extensive metals and plastics finishing capabilities today.

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How BattleBots SawBlaze Cuts through its Competition using SOLIDWORKS

The Solidworks Blog

My first combat robot was a beetleweight (3-lb weight class), which I built in 2004. I built it from sheet metal from the hardware store and populated the chassis with motors and electronics from a surplus store. Desktop Metal.

Meet The Woman Bringing The 3D Printed Jewelry Trend To Hollywood

3D Printing Review

In 2004, she cofounded the Oyler Wu Collaborative, an architecture firm known for impressive projects such as Hollywood’s Culinary Lab and The Cube, a four-story steel and rope installation, which was on display next to the Olympic Stadium for the 2013 Beijing Biennale.

3D Printing and How to Make Almost Anything

Afinia

I began using 3D printers in 2004, to do prototyping for medical industry projects,” explains Abel. We have a number of students who use the equipment, and one of the 3D printers we already had was very expensive in terms of materials,” said Abel.

TCT Show 2014 Industry Review & Technology round-up - RepRap Community Hub

RichRap

A ''special'' multi-material print for Colorfabb - All these materials are using PLA as a base so they mix and bond perfectly together. E3D - Makers of the amazing V4/5/6 open-source all metal hot-ends, had their whole stand dedicated to the tech that goes into a well designed product.

Oerlikon Acquires citim GmbH – A Leader in Production Technologies for Additive Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing

citim is a leading company in additive manufacturing design and production of metal components. With the acquisition of citim, Oerlikon takes an important step to become a global powerhouse in surface solutions and advanced materials.

3D Printing and How to Make Almost Anything

Afinia

I began using 3D printers in 2004, to do prototyping for medical industry projects,” explains Abel. We have a number of students who use the equipment, and one of the 3D printers we already had was very expensive in terms of materials,” said Abel.

Why one CT producer is investing time, millions to reshore

Design 2 Part News

But even more important, says Carey, is that America can recapture production of some obscure but vital components such as the metal missile-case fasteners Carey supplies to the U.S. since 2004. By Gregory Seay, Hartford Business Journal.

7 Reasons Why Nuclear Waste Is Dangerous

3DPrint.com

During this period, the material stored inside poses a direct threat to all living creatures, and can contaminate the environment with radioactivity if the seal is broken by unexpected events such as earthquakes or human errors. Ever since we have discovered how to harness.

3D Printing: A Key Technology for the Experts of Tomorrow

Additive Manufacturing

London, August 9, 2017 – EOS , the world’s leading technology supplier in the field of industrial 3D printing of metals and polymers, is expanding its Academia programme to promote powder-based 3D printing at universities and research institutions.

Stryker’s Spine Division Debuts 3D-Printed Tritanium® Posterior Lumbar Cage at AANS Meeting

Additive Manufacturing

The cage is constructed using Stryker’s Spine division proprietary Tritanium technology, a novel, highly porous titanium alloy material designed for bone in-growth and biological fixation. 1980) The optimum pore size for the fixation of porous-surfaced metal implants by the ingrowth of bone.

University of Pittsburgh’s Swanson School of Engineering and McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine at the Forefront of Additively Manufactured Biomedical Device Research

Additive Manufacturing

AMazing® : As we understand conventional scaffolds for medical use are typically processed using subtractive technologies and produced from an array of materials including synthetic or biologic, and either degradable or nondegradable.

Concept Laser Reports Further Revenue Growth in the First Half of 2015

Additive Manufacturing

With a build envelope of 800x400x500 mm 3 , the X line 2000R currently offers more space than any other system for laser melting metals. The X line 2000R® combines the world’s largest build envelope (800x400x500 mm3) for laser melting with metals with faster build rates.

Additive Manufacturing: The State of the Industry

Design 2 Part News

New machines and materials are becoming available at a breakneck pace. In September 2015, Alcoa announced that it would spend $60 million to expand an R&D center to include the development of AM methods and materials. million to open a metal 3D printing facility in Sweden.

Living the Dream: A Tool & Die Engineer Controls His…

Design 2 Part News

At 0.036 inch, the wall thickness of these two washers (0.088-inch inside diameter and 0.158-inch outside diameter) equals their material thickness. In 2004, after working for another company for several years, Elbaum bought Del Smith Manufacturing, a South El Monte, Calif.,

One of These is Not Like the Other

Design 2 Part News

Medical design companies and manufacturers are quickly fulfilling the demand for patient-specific care using 3D plastic and metal printers, as well as bioprinters that can create layers of human tissue. By Rebecca Carnes, Design-2-Part Magazine.

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

Additive Manufacturing

Lichtenfels, 17.08.2015: Concept Laser , the pioneer of LaserCUSING and laser melting with metals, is turning 15. Once an exotic outsider, additive manufacturing methods using 3D metal printing have taken over a wide variety of industrial fields during those 15 years.

Concept Laser Founder and CEO Frank Herzog Named Finalist of the Deutscher Zukunftspreis (German Future Prize) 2015

Additive Manufacturing

During his studies Frank Herzog thought that what worked with plastics should also work with metals. Part stress and the failure of metal powder to fuse completely were initially the greatest challenges in the process development. The material is solidified after cooling.

A Powerful One-Two-Three Punch for American Manufacturing

Design 2 Part News

The Elio is a compact three-wheeled vehicle that uses a combination of strong, lightweight materials and aerodynamic design, including front-to-back, two-person seating—to achieve fuel efficiency targeted at 84 mpg on the highway and 49 mpg in the city. By Mark Shortt, Design-2-Part Magazine.