Dentsply Sirona and Carbon® Launch Lucitone Digital Print Denture Workflow and Material System, Taking Digital Dentistry to the Next Level

Additive Manufacturing

Dentsply Sirona, the largest manufacturer of professional dental products and technologies, and Carbon ® , the world’s leading digital manufacturing company, announced the launch of Lucitone Digital Print Denture workflow and material system today – optimized for the Carbon M-Series printers.

Oerlikon and Lufthansa Technik to Jointly Accelerate Additive Manufacturing Processes and Standards

Additive Manufacturing

The components will be printed on identical printers in three global locations: Oerlikon AM Charlotte (North Carolina, USA), Oerlikon AM Barleben (Germany) and Lufthansa Technik in Hamburg (Germany).

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North American Manufacturing Research Institution of SME Launches National Science Foundation-Funded Blue Sky Competition

Additive Manufacturing

said Scott Smith, PhD, FSME, professor at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte and a past president of NAMRI/SME. DEARBORN, Mich.,

AREVO Software and Materials Engineers Chosen as “Outstanding Technical Paper Winner: Second Place” at the SAMPE 2019 Conference and Exhibition

Additive Manufacturing

One of the World’s Leading Events for the Composite Materials Industry. Winning authors will be recognized during the SAMPE 2019 Awards Breakfast Thursday, May 23 from 8:00 AM – 9:15 AM in Ballroom A, at the Charlotte Convention Center.

3D printing hair is as easy as using a hot glue gun

3D Printing Review

The technique is surprisingly simple: the printer squeezes out a small dollop of molten plastic and then pulls away, stretching the material into a long strand — much like the sticky strings that hot glue guns leave behind.

Oerlikon Announces Groundbreaking for Advanced Materials Manufacturing Facility in Michigan, USA

Additive Manufacturing

This facility is dedicated to producing high-quality advanced materials for additive manufacturing and high-end surface coatings in order to meet the increasing market demand for advanced metal powders. Oerlikon expects the demand for advanced materials to increase in the coming years.

Three Ways 3D Printers are Changing the Face of Manufacturing

The Solidworks Blog

This created a false but lasting perception in the industry: you could either get cheap 3D printers to make trinkets and toys or million-dollar machines with excessive facilities equipment capable of printing in coveted heavy-duty materials.

CRP USA to Attend ASME’s AM3D Conference and Exposition

Additive Manufacturing

The event will be held at the Charlotte Convention Center in Charlotte, NC from August 22 nd to August 24 th and CRP USA will be setup at booth # 13. Charlotte Convention Center. Charlotte, NC USA. With more than a decade of experience in 3D Printing and Advanced Manufacturing, CRP USA works alongside key industry leaders to manufacture functional prototype and end-use components from their WINDFORM family of high-performance composite materials.

Leveraging “Design For Manufacturing” for More Sustainable Buildings

3D Perspectives

This blog is adapted from an AIA presentation on Technology and Practice presented in partnership with the UNC Charlotte College of Architecture in October 2016. For example, vinyl is a very popular building material, largely because it is inexpensive compared to wood and other solutions.

Oerlikon Expands Additive Manufacturing R&D and Production Capacity in the US

Additive Manufacturing

Pfäffikon Schwyz, Switzerland – February 7, 2017 – Oerlikon announced today that it is expanding its global additive manufacturing (AM) business with a state-of-the-art R&D and production facility for additively manufactured advanced components in the Charlotte metro area in North Carolina, USA. It is a technology that allows for the customization of products, the decentralization of production, change in design methodology and efficiency in material usage.

Stryker to Highlight Expanding Line of 3D-Printed Tritanium® Cages at AANS

Additive Manufacturing

Tritanium Cages are built using Stryker’s proprietary Tritanium In-Growth Technology, 1 a novel, highly porous titanium material designed for bone in-growth and biological fixation. FAANS, neurosurgeon at Carolina Neurosurgery & Spine Associates in Charlotte, N.C.

DIY 3D Printing: Solanyl 3d printing filament made from potato waste

DIY 3D Printing

There he got help from Fab Lab Breda’s Charlotte Jansen. If you are interested in experimenting with it, you can contact Charlotte to put in a request. Matrix of all 3d print materials and their propert. Matrix of all 3d print materials and their properties.

ASME’s AM3D – Discover the ENGINEERING Behind Additive Manufacturing & 3D printing

Additive Manufacturing

Charlotte Convention Center. Charlotte, North Carolina, USA. Tuesday: Aug 23 AM at the Department of Defense, Printed Electronics, Materials, Hybrid Machines, Process Control. ASME’s Additive Manufacturing + 3D Printing Conference & Expo (AM3D ), is designed specifically for the Engineering community. We’ve customized a program around the product development process to highlight issues, challenges, and solutions associated with every step of the AM lifecycle.

Focusing on Process Over Product: A New Approach to Construction Productivity

3D Perspectives

This blog is adapted from an AIA presentation on Technology and Practice presented in partnership with the UNC Charlotte College of Architecture in October 2016. The architect focuses on the finished material, such as the brick or stone cladding.

Manufacturing Professionals Elevated to Prestigious SME College of Fellows

Additive Manufacturing

The 2016 honorees have made significant contributions to manufacturing, including additive manufacturing, aerospace engineering, manufacturing operations, material science, ultrasonic machining, biofuel manufacturing and sustainable manufacturing. By SME. DEARBORN, Mich.,

NAMRI SME Puts the Spotlight on Industry Researchers at 45th Annual North American Manufacturing Research Conference

Additive Manufacturing

David Dornfeld Manufacturing Vision Award Tony Schmitz, PhD, FSME, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, North Carolina Presentation: “Biomemetic Manufacturing”. By SME.

SME 2017 International Honor Awards Recognize Manufacturing Executives, Researchers

Additive Manufacturing

Ziegert , PhD, FSME, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, North Carolina. Sargent Progress Award for his fundamental and applied research on additive manufacturing materials, their subsequent industrial use and the publications that share the associated knowledge. DEARBORN, Mich.,

Oerlikon and GE Additive Sign Memorandum of Understanding for Additive Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing

The five-year agreement between Oerlikon and GE specifies the provision of additive machines and services by GE to Oerlikon, and Oerlikon becoming a preferred AM component manufacturer and materials supplier to GE Additive and its affiliated companies.

3D Printed Surgical Tool Transforms ACL Reconstruction

Additive Manufacturing

Dr. Dana Piasecki, an orthopedic surgeon at OrthoCarolina Sports Medicine, in Charlotte, N.C., The Pathfinders are printed with Inconel 718 material, which achieve the necessary biocompatibility, surface finish, oil resistance and mechanical requirements.

nTopology, Inc. — Making Lattice Design an Integrated and Seamless Part of the Design Process

Additive Manufacturing

Charlotte, North Carolina, USA. Spencer Wright : Topology optimization looks at a part and tries to move material around (and hopefully remove it too) so that it’s as efficient as possible. nTopology, Inc.

Machining Parts Complete in One Clamping

Design 2 Part News

Charlotte, NC). With a multitasking machine the raw material must be loaded and a finished part unloaded. By Jim Lorincz, Manufacturing Engineering. Multitasking machines not only enhance productivity, but they also improve quality.

Machining Parts Complete in One Clamping

Design 2 Part News

Charlotte, NC). With a multitasking machine the raw material must be loaded and a finished part unloaded. By Jim Lorincz, Manufacturing Engineering. Multitasking machines not only enhance productivity, but they also improve quality.