Lithoz installs 3D printer at Colorado School of Mines, marking new membership with ADAPT consortium

3D Printing Industry

Austrian ceramic 3D printing specialist Lithoz has joined the Alliance for the Development of Additive Processing Technologies (ADAPT), an industry-academia consortium dedicated to solving challenges in additive manufacturing. Through the partnership, Lithoz also installed its CeraFab 7500 ceramic 3D printer at the Colorado School of Mines, where the ADAPT consortium is headquartered.

Governor Hickenlooper Kicks Off Colorado Manufacturing Month at ADAPT

Additive Manufacturing

Center’s cutting-edge work enabled by collaboration of public sector, private businesses and academia help Colorado lead additive manufacturing research. ADAPT was started with support from the State of Colorado in the form of an Advanced Industries Infrastructure Grant from OEDIT.

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Colorado State University presents 3D Printing Day

3D Printing Review

People from around the state gathered at Colorado State University Wednesday to learn about what some investors are calling the next big thing  additive manufacturing or as it’s more commonly known 3D printing. (Photo: V. Richard Haro/The Coloradoan ).

Colorado: ADAPT 3D Printing Consortium Announces Sinter Print As Newest Member

If the gold rush, the green rush, fourteeners galore, and epic skiing, hiking, camping, and fishing had not already put the rugged state of Colorado on the map long ago, 3D printing might be a major. 3D Printing 3D Printing Materials Metal 3D Printing 3d metal printing 3d printing analysis 3D printing materials research 3d printing research ADAPT additive manufacturing research Alliance for the Development of Additive Processing Technologies colorado Sinter Print

ADAPT and Colorado School of Mines Host Distinguished Speaker in Additive Manufacturing November 8

Additive Manufacturing

Wayne King of Lawrence Livermore National Labs to discuss simulation and modeling of metal powder bed fusion additive manufacturing process. in 250 Brown Hall on the Colorado School of Mines campus in Golden.

ADAPT – Upcoming Colorado School of Mines Additive Manufacturing Seminars

Additive Manufacturing

5th at 4 pm at the Colorado School of Mines , Brown Hall W210. Finite element simulations were performed to give further insights into the physics of the laser-material interaction and open the pathway to process improvements. Event : Dr. Matthews will speak next Wed.,

Confluent Medical Technologies Provides $100,000 Gift to Colorado School of Mines to Advance Additive Manufacturing

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Innovations in the manufacturing and processing of Nitinol — a nickel-titanium alloy that exhibits the unique properties of shape memory and superelasticity — have led to a great expansion of Nitinol-based medical devices in a variety of therapeutic areas. About COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES.

ADAPT Gets DoD Funding for Mountain West Advanced Manufacturer's Network, to Help Industry and Government with 3D Printing Processes

We talk about the Alliance for the Development of Additive Processing Technologies (ADAPT) a lot here at Together with the University of Utah, the Colorado-based research consortium, View the entire article via our website.

Sciaky Inc. joins ADAPT to develop metal 3D printing

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has joined the Alliance for the Development of Additive Processing Technologies (ADAPT), a Colorado-based industry-academia consortium. Aerospace ADAPT airbus America Makes Ball Aerospace Boeing Colorado School of Mines Concurrent Technologies Corporation EBAM EBAM 300 electron beam additive manufacturing EOS North America FAMAero GE Additive Lithoz Lockheed Martin Office of Naval Research Phillips Service Industries Sciaky Inc.

PADT and Stratasys Announce First-of-its-Kind Additive Manufacturing Lab in Colorado, Located at Metropolitan State University of Denver

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Nasdaq: SSYS), a global leader in applied additive technology solutions, to unveil a first-of-its-kind additive manufacturing lab in Colorado – located at the Metropolitan State University of Denver.

Interview with Owen Hildreth on Automated Support Removal of Metal 3D Prints

The Colorado School of Mines Professor has spent years developing an automated metal support removal process for metal printing. 3D Printing Exclusive Interviews Featured Stories 3D post processing automated support cheap metal 3d printer chemical support removal design rules DMLS post finishing postprocessing Support RemovalA friend tipped me about Owen Hildreth’s work.

ADAPT Consortium Welcomes New Member Lithoz

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Lithoz assists with ceramic printer install at Colorado School of Mines. Golden, CO – The Alliance for the Development of Additive Processing Technologies ( ADAPT SM ), an industry-academia consortium that advances data informatics and advanced characterization technologies to Optimize for Additive SM , welcomes new member Lithoz , the world leader in development and production of ceramic materials and additive manufacturing (AM) systems.

Reaction Systems Wins Two-Year, $750K SBIR Contract Extension Thanks to Additive Manufacturing Expertise from ADAPT Consortium and Faustson Tool

The Alliance for the Development of Additive Processing Technologies (ADAPT), a research and development consortium based out of Colorado that’s dedicated to developing advanced additive. View the entire article via our website.

Sciaky Joins the Alliance for the Development of Additive Processing Technologies (ADAPT) to Expand Adoption of its Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM®) in Aerospace and Other Sectors

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Headquartered at Colorado School of Mines in Golden, CO, ADAPT is an industry-academia consortium that advances data informatics and characterization technologies to Optimize processes, materials, and parts for Additive. CHICAGO, IL – Sciaky, Inc. ,

Faustson Proud Partner in $2.4 million OEDIT Grant to Establish 3D Metal Additive Center

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AIA accelerator grant for commercialization infrastructure puts Colorado at the forefront of 3D metal printing revolution. million infrastructure grant from the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) as part of the Advanced Industries Accelerator Grant Program.

3D Printing News Briefs: March 24, 2017

For this Friday edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, we’ll take a look at copyright law, a 3D printer, new 3D printing products, a prestigious award and a group meeting, and some predictions. View the entire article via our website.

Jeffco EDC Honors ADAPT

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The Alliance for the Development of Additive Processing Technologies (ADAPT) represents a vital partnership moving Jefferson County and the State of Colorado’s economy forward,” said Sam Bailey, President and CEO of the Jefferson County Economic Development Corporation.

ADAPT Additive Manufacturing Consortium Shares Progress, Receives Commitment for First Membership

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Colorado School of Mines Materials Engineering Associate Professor Jeff King and Mechanical Engineering Assistant Professor and ADAPT Technical Co-Director Douglas Van Bossuyt received a $500,000 grant from the Department of Energy to study radiation tolerance of 3D-printed metals.

EOS and Link3D ensure additive manufacturing production quality with PTC

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EOS and Colorado-based additive manufacturing software provider Link3D have expanded its partnership with PTC to enable production quality using Augmented Reality (AR) and Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES).

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3D Printing News Briefs: April 28, 2017

In this week’s second edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, we’ve got information about the latest partnerships in the additive manufacturing business world, a company launching a new. View the entire article via our website.

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UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair to Lead Major Research for US Navy

Additive Manufacturing

He and his team hope to better explore a number of physical processes that can affect the final product, including rapid heating and cooling of materials, and examine how physical properties at the submicron level might differ from those at a far greater scale.

A Structured Solution: Pitt-led engineering team receives $1 million DOE award to improve 3D printing technology for nuclear industry

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PITTSBURGH (July 6, 2018) … Additive manufacturing (AM), or 3D printing, is an advanced manufacturing process capable of fabricating complex components by sintering layers of powders together.This process requires support structures to maintain the component’s structural integrity during printing.

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ADAPT Additive Manufacturing Consortium Hosts Open House

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will be held at the ADAPT Advanced Characterization Center on the Colorado School of Mines campus, Brown Hall W230, 1610 Illinois St., Golden, Colorado. Colorado School of Mines Campus. Golden, Colorado, USA.

3D-Printed Figurines

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Those in the processing tray at the right were produced in photopolymer on a Mimaki 3DUJ-553 color 3D printing system. Thanks to the following people and companies for their help with this project: David Prawel and Jim Wise of the Idea2Product Lab at Colorado State University.

Selecting Parts for AM

Wohlers Talk

Selecting the right parts is very specific to the process, material, product, and market, yet some overarching guidelines help in the process. Knowing the hallmarks of the AM process is key to succeeding in production.

Design Rules for AM

Wohlers Talk

As costs of the machines, materials, and post-processing are driven downward over time, this may change in some instances. Olaf has learned many rules and guidelines from his extensive experience with DfAM, AM, and post-processing parts.

ADAPT Welcomes New Member Concept Laser

Additive Manufacturing

Founded by Frank Herzog in 2000, the patented LaserCUSING® process – powder-bed-based laser melting of metals – opens up new freedom to configuring components and also permits the tool-free, economic fabrication of highly complex parts in fairly small batch sizes.

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Spatial Corp. Joins ADAPT

Additive Manufacturing

Golden, CO – ADAPT, the Alliance for the Development of Additive Processing Technologies , a research consortium focused on developing technologies to accelerate the certification and qualification of 3D printed metal parts, welcomes new member Spatial Corp. ,

LulzBot v2 Hot Ends Now Available to Heat Up FFF 3D Printers

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Aleph Objects, the Colorado-based company that designs and manufactures LulzBot 3D printing products, have just released their LulzBot v2 Hot Ends as a single part to upgrade the extrusion process on one’s very own RepRap or DIY-built 3D printer.… By Tyler Koslow.

RAPDASA and Formnext

Wohlers Talk

AM machines and parts dominated the event, but design software products for AM and post-processing machinery were also in abundance at this year’s fourth annual event. The development of end-to-end process chains has never been more important and was evident.

ADAPT Membership Yields Dividends for Reaction Systems

Additive Manufacturing

The Alliance for the Development of Additive Processing Technologies (ADAPT) is a research and development organization dedicated to the creation of next-generation data informatics and advanced characterization technologies for additive manufacturing technologies.

Take a 3D Printer for a Test Drive with Rent-A-Build

3D Printing Industry

A new Colorado startup is launching a pilot program in Denver that lets users rent a brand name 3D printer in their home. By Scott J Grunewald.

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The Impact of DfAM

Wohlers Talk

Over the past three decades, the bulk of research in additive manufacturing has largely focused on AM processes and materials. This is largely because AM processes are relatively slow compared to conventional methods of manufacturing.

Concept Laser, Honeywell Aerospace, and PADT Build Largest Academic Additive Manufacturing Center in Southwest at Arizona State University

Additive Manufacturing

Founded by Frank Herzog in 2000, the patented LaserCUSING® process – powder-bed-based laser melting of metals – opens up new freedom to configuring components and also permits the tool-free, economic fabrication of highly complex parts in fairly small batch sizes.

Interview with Terry Wohlers: the Past & Future of 3D Printing

3D Printing Industry

In 1982, a young Terry Wohlers completed graduate school at Colorado State University. From his early contact with this company, Wohlers received a 3D printed car part, and a VHS video tape of the manufacturing process. By Luke Heemsbergen & Robbie Fordyce. By 1986, he started what would become one of the most significant consultancies in the world of additive manufacturing.

3D Systems – Healthcare

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I visited 3D Systems’ new healthcare facility in Denver, Colorado for the first time on Monday. The facility employs about 140 people, many of whom process data from medical scanners, such as CT and MRI, and prepare it for 3D printing.

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Wohlers Associates Identifies Design as a Critical Factor in AM Economics and Adoption

Additive Manufacturing

Fort Collins, Colorado, USA, June 24, 2019 — Wohlers Report 2019 , an annual report on the additive manufacturing (AM) industry, includes detailed input from 127 providers of AM services worldwide. The second is a Design at Elevation DfAM course in Frisco, Colorado on September 11-13, 2019.

ADAPT Welcomes New Member Big Metal Additive

Additive Manufacturing

Colorado is the right place to be for this company launch especially with the powerful technology support that comes with ADAPT expertise.”. The Golden, Colorado based startup provides large additive aluminum components.

Building unique structures with the 3DEXPERIENCE platform on the cloud

3D Perspectives

Olympic Museum is under construction in Colorado Springs. Minnesota-based architectural surfaces manufacturer MG McGrath chose to digitally transform their design and fabrication process to meet these architectural challenges. The new U.S.

Small Batch Production at Avid

Wohlers Talk

Two weeks ago, I visited Avid Product Development , a design, prototyping, and small batch manufacturing firm in Loveland, Colorado. Nesting software from Materialise was used to reduce print time, and fast cooling on the HP post-processing station helped to speed things along.

Turn Your SOLIDWORKS Hack Into a Key Feature with Enhancement Requests

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Maybe you have created your own hotkey that takes a 10-step process down to one and you wanted to share it with the world? How does the voting process work? We don’t process the ERs with the same speed as product defect SRs (for bugs).

ADAPT Additive Manufacturing Consortium Welcomes New Member

Additive Manufacturing

Erie-based Sinter Print invests in efforts to make Colorado the leader in advanced manufacturing. ADAPT uses these tools to help industry and government qualify, standardize, assess, and optimize advanced manufacturing processes and parts.

An Insider’s View: Boom and Stratasys Take on Supersonic Flight

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

Two years ago, Stratasys entered into a partnership with Boom Supersonic – the Colorado-based company building what’s expected to be history’s fastest supersonic airliner. This process will likely bring you to additive – and to Stratasys…But only when it’s appropriate to do so. If you truly love making things, then you also love making things in the best way possible to achieve desired results.