Stratasys Reveals Development of New Metal Additive Manufacturing Platform for Short-Run Manufacturing Applications

Additive Manufacturing

Internally-developed platform brings values of additive manufacturing to short-run production while overcoming limitations of cost and throughput. The global market for metal additive manufacturing is projected to grow to $12 billion by 2028, according to industry estimates.

Aerospace and Additive Manufacturing: Past, Present and Future [WEBINAR]


Join Stratasys Direct Manufacturing and Society of Manufacturing Engineer’s publication Manufacturing Engineering for an additive manufacturing webinar to get up to speed on the latest developments in additive manufacturing applications for aerospace.

GKN Aerospace CTO to Open New Additive Industries Facility in UK

Additive Manufacturing

Russ Dunn, CTO of GKN Aerospace will open the Bristol Process & Application Development Centre. The UK & Ireland Process and Application Centre’s core competence will be new materials and process development.

3D Demonstrators Designed for Bigger, Lighter Auto and Aerospace Parts

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

Stratasys will be previewing demonstrations of next-generation manufacturing technologies at IMTS 2016 as part of its SHAPING WHAT’S NEXT™ vision for manufacturing. Aerospace giant Boeing played an influential role in defining the requirements and specifications for the demonstrator.

Additive Industries Partner in GKN Aerospace Global Technology Center in Bristol

Additive Manufacturing

GKN Aerospace announces new £32m Global Technology Centre in Bristol on additive manufacturing (AM), advanced composites, assembly and industry 4.0 The centre will focus on additive manufacturing (AM), advanced composites, assembly and industry 4.0

Additive Industries Largest Aerospace Customer Expands Installed Base to 10 Before the Year-End

Additive Manufacturing

is proud to announce the purchase of 6 MetalFAB1 systems by a prestigious aerospace company located in California. The fast growth in North America is partly due to our focus on the aerospace sector and the aeronautics adoption curve for production additive manufacturing.

K3D-AddFab Scales for Industrial Additive Manufacturing in High Tech and Aerospace

Additive Manufacturing

Today the partners KMWE , NTS-Group , Machinefabriek De Valk and K3D have announced to take their collaboration to the next level and scale their shared facility for true series production for applications in high-tech equipment and aerospace while changing the name to K3D-AddFab.

Auburn University Receives NASA Contract to Develop 3D Printing Techniques to Improve Liquid Rocket Engines

Back in 2015, Auburn University and NASA signed a Space Act Agreement for the purposes of exploring and advancing additive manufacturing applications and research together. 3D Printing Aerospace 3D Printing ASTM International F42 Committee Auburn University contracts funding nasa NASA Marshall Space Flight Center NCAME partnership RAMPT research rocket engines

Wipro set to secure manufacturing processes with blockchain system

3D Printing Industry

Global information technology company Wipro is developing manufacturing applications that are built upon a blockchain and targeted at 3D printer systems. 3D Software aerospace Automation World Blockchain blockchain 3D printing blockchain additive manufacturing digital thread Sanjeev Ramakrishnan supply chain Wipro Wipro blockchain Wipro3D

Additive shows off its manufacturing capabilities

Leslie's Blog

3Dprinting /additive manufacturing (3DP/AM) has had a bit of an identity problem for the past few years. Is it a machine that will replace CNCs and other legacy manufacturing systems? Is it the third leg of manufacturing—subtractive, injection molding, and now additive?

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EOS Partners with University of Wolverhampton and SHR Hochschule Berlin to Introduce Expert 3D Printing Training Programme

Additive Manufacturing

One of the major barriers for metal Additive Manufacturing technology is the shortage of AM application engineering experts at a global level. comments Güngör Kara, Director Global Application & Consulting at EOS.

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Forget about the cool factor – 3D printing saves time and money

Leslie's Blog

This guest blog is by Tyler Reid, Manufacturing Application Manager, GoEngineer. Not surprisingly, Lockheed partnered with a European additive manufacturing OEM to develop updated flaperon spars for the F-35.

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Additive manufacturing turns design efficiency on its head

Leslie's Blog

Tyler Reid, Manufacturing Application Manager, GoEngineer. Engineers are normally introduced to the concept of design for manufacture (DFM) while in school. But the reality is that the majority of engineers don’t actually learn how to design for manufacture until they are on the job. Additive manufacturing, however, turns this scenario completely around by encouraging part complexity: pockets and holes suddenly become time-savers!

ADDING MULTIMEDIA Stratasys Demonstrates Next Generation 3D Printing Technology Designed to Break Barriers in Part Performance and Production Efficiency for Aerospace and Automotive Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing

Advanced additive manufacturing technology demonstrators help customers build on FDM’s use in manufacturing today to build bigger, stronger, higher quality parts. Aerospace giant Boeing played an influential role in defining the requirements and specifications for the demonstrator.

Here they come—faster additive manufacturing systems

Leslie's Blog

Additive manufacturing (AM) machines and 3D printers have a reputation for being slower than users desire when it comes to building a part. and accelerated speeds (40% faster) for such manufacturing applications as aerospace, automotive, medical devices, and consumer products.

More additive manufacturing systems for production

Leslie's Blog

Some executives believe that the current state of additive manufacturing equipment is too focused on prototyping instead of production. But more companies continue to enter the space of additive manufacturing, especially for metal materials.

ULA Saves $1M Annually While Pushing Boundaries of Additive Manufacturing with Stratasys

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

The United Launch Alliance (ULA) changed the game of aerospace exploration earlier this year when they announced a shift from traditional metallic applications to additive manufacturing using Stratasys Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) 3D printing technology.

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Farnborough Q&A with David Ziegler

3D Perspectives

This post introducing the new leader of Dassault Systèmes Aerospace & Defense Business, appeared in the Farnborough International News Network in advance of the airshow which runs July 16-20 in Farnborough, United Kingdom. Joining the company in January 2018 as Vice President, Aerospace & Defense, David Ziegler – a former Airbus executive – leads Dassault Systèmes’ worldwide aerospace and defense business. Like me, my team has aerospace their blood.

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Additive manufacturing–your way

Leslie's Blog

It has developed a customer-focused Additive Manufacturing Ecosystem designed to help you design and manufacture better products, your way. A number of application kiosks showcased problem-solving parts made on Stratasys systems.

Revolutionizing Composite Tooling with Stratasys 3D Printing

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

On display was a full range of tooling solutions for high-end manufacturing applications that demonstrated how 3D printing can replace traditional hard tooling technologies – eliminating labor, waste and long lead times. Aerospace and Defense Tooling and Manufacturing

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3D Printing Takes Flight with Singapore Airlines Engineering Company and Stratasys

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

We have recently embarked on a partnership with Singapore Airlines Engineering Company to explore establishing a Singapore based additive manufacturing center with the goal of providing design, engineering, certification support and part production to SIAEC’s network of partners and customers.

Stratasys Breaking Traditional Manufacturing Barriers at IMTS 2016

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

How is 3D printing making manufacturing more efficient and cost-effective today, and how it can become an integrated part of a long-term manufacturing strategy? Proven Additive Manufacturing Applications That Improve Your Productivity.

The Future of Additive Manufacturing is All About Design

Additive Manufacturing

We’ve come a long way to unlocking the value of additive manufacturing (AM) and established AM sectors like aerospace and medical have played a key role in achieving this by advancing the technology to meet their needs. By Sarat Batu | Betatype Ltd.

APWORKS and Additive Industries Advance to Series Production of Certified Parts

Additive Manufacturing

The partners have jointly decided to now move to the next phase of industrial additive manufacturing: certification and series production. About APWORKS APWORKS makes proven aerospace technologies accessible in many different industries.

Spirit AeroSystems Using Robotics for Quality Inspection of…

Design 2 Part News

“Spirit AeroSystems Using Robotics for Quality Inspection of Large-Scale Aerospace Structures” Featured on Design-2-Part Magazine . Manufacturing News Design-2-Part Manufacturing technology

Essentium and Hephzibah Join Forces to Advance Additive Manufacturing in South Korea

Additive Manufacturing

a leading innovator of industrial additive manufacturing (AM) solutions, today announced a distribution partnership with prominent South Korean 3D printing specialist, Hephzibah. Austin, Texas, July 8, 2020 — Essentium, Inc. ,

Materialise First to Offer New BASF TPU Material for HP Multi Jet Fusion

Additive Manufacturing

Ultrasint TPU supports prototyping and manufacturing applications that require elasticity, shock absorption and wear resistance. As an early tester of the new 5200 series, Materialise has been closely involved in exploring and developing applications for the new material.

Fisher Unitech Expands 3D Printing to West Virginia


The company, an engineering solutions provider and Stratasys partner for nearly 18 years, supplies both Polyjet and Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) professional 3D printers to design and manufacturing industries. This is an area with high industry growth in both aerospace and automotive.”

Additive Industries Builds Regional Hub for Asia Pacific in Singapore

Additive Manufacturing

Process & Application Development Center launched during visit of the Singapore President to Eindhoven. Special market focus will be on regional key verticals such as semiconductor equipment, aerospace as well as marine, oil and gas.

How Hybrid Manufacturing Blends The Best of Both Worlds

Shapeways Blog

For decades the manufacturing sector has been dominated by a single manufacturing principle – the principle of subtractive manufacturing. Subtractive manufacturing solved numerous problems, becoming a dominant force in the manufacturing industry, all while building everything from nuts & bolts to complex automotive and aerospace components. Hybrid Manufacturing. Hybrid Manufacturing: A Blend of Subtractive & Additive Manufacturing.

Stratasys Heads to the Hill to Demonstrate the New Shape of Manufacturing

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

Jon Cobb (left), vice president of corporate affairs at Stratasys, discusses how 3D printing is changing manufacturing competitiveness.

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F1 team of Alfa Romeo Racing Strengthen Technology Partnership with Additive Industries

Additive Manufacturing

Although most users of metal additive manufacturing are still applying prototyping systems, we see an increasing number of companies concluding they need dedicated systems for series production.

RAPID 2015-The Most Additive Manufacturing Experts All in One Place

Additive Manufacturing

Seeing incredible additive manufacturing technologies on the RAPID show floor is great – but understanding how they work and developing a plan for how they can advance your business is even better. Medical Manufacturing Innovations I & II. Medical Manufacturing Innovations V.

For Large-scale Additive Manufacturing Demanding Speed, Versatility and Size, Stratasys Introduces the Multi-material Objet1000 Plus

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

If you’re designing large parts, medium parts or lots of small parts for high value applications like automobiles and aircraft, you want an additive manufacturing system built for maximum versatility. Galit: What makes the Objet1000 Plus such big news in additive manufacturing?

Metalysis Welcomes MOD’s Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) as Gen4 Customer

Additive Manufacturing

The order for titanium powder is the first that Metalysis has announced from its industrial plant, known as Gen4, housed within its Materials Manufacturing Centre in Wath upon Dearne, South Yorkshire. Metalysis has spent more than a decade developing its technology from a Cambridge University breakthrough, to today providing industrial scale production for international aerospace, automotive, additive and advanced manufacturing applications.

Introducing the 3DP-RDM Feasibility Studies: The enabling role of 3DP in redistributed manufacturing: A total cost model

Capturing the Value

Today we introduce the second study, “The enabling role of 3DP in redistributed manufacturing: A total cost model”, which is being led by Dr Martin Baumers at the University of Nottingham. The diffusion of 3D Printing (3DP) is creating an environment in which manufacturing innovation is flourishing. While the technical feasibility of redistributed manufacturing through 3DP has been demonstrated across many industry sectors, its economic foundations are not fully understood.

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Additive Industries Celebrates First System Handover in China

Additive Manufacturing

At the ceremony in the additive manufacturing center of METI, many local VIPs were present from the university, regional and local governmental as well as the Mayor from Eindhoven, John Jorritsma. Governors of Jiangsu Province (China) and Noord-Brabant (NL) present at ceremony.

Essentium Materials reveals world’s first 3D printer with breakthrough thermal welding technology

3D Printing Industry

Essentium Materials reveals world’s first 3D printer with breakthrough thermal welding technology at RAPID 2016, the largest additive manufacturing (3D Printing) conference. Before co-founding Essentium Materials in 2013, I was a Designer working in commercial manufacturing.

Essentium Materials reveals world’s first 3D printer with breakthrough thermal welding technology

3D Printing Industry

Essentium Materials reveals world’s first 3D printer with breakthrough thermal welding technology at RAPID 2016, the largest additive manufacturing (3D Printing) conference. Before co-founding Essentium Materials in 2013, I was a Designer working in commercial manufacturing.

Airbus Group Subsidiary, APWorks, Takes Delivery of its First MetalFAB1 System and Starts Industrial Series Production

Additive Manufacturing

APWorks will start testing the integrated system and corresponding Additive World software platform for series production of industrial parts for its customers in robotics, mechanical engineering, automotive, medical technology and aerospace.

Additive Industries and LPW Sign Agreement to Integrate Powder Management for its MetalFAB1 Systems

Additive Manufacturing

Material traceability key in industrial Additive Manufacturing for certified aerospace applications. We are delighted that Additive Industries has chosen to adopt this approach as part of their integrated industrial additive manufacturing system”.

Stratasys’ Additive Manufacturing ‘Your Way’ Ecosystem Debuts at EuroMold 2014

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

Stratasys Additive Manufacturing Ecosystem. The 3D printing industry has changed a lot over the last few years with more technologies, materials, applications and part delivery options. Explore Our Innovative Application Kiosks. Augmenting Traditional Manufacturing.

Additive Industries Appoints Laser Lines Agent for UK and Ireland

Additive Manufacturing

Leading UK supplier of 3D printing systems expands presence in industrial additive manufacturing. The appointment of Laser Lines Ltd as an agent follows the recent announcement by Additive Industries of the expansion of its Process & Application Development network with a centre in the UK.