Carnegie Mellon University Research Finds Flaws in 3D Printed Titanium

3DPrint.com

Of all the materials that have been formatted for 3D printing—particularly in the medical and aerospace industries—titanium has become the eye of the prize. Whether it’s used to produce a 3D printed. View the entire article via our website.

An Introduction to Designing for Metal 3D Printing

The Solidworks Blog

There are many metal 3D printing technologies out there like direct metal laser sintering (DMLS), selective laser melting (SLM), electron beam melting (EBM). Metal 3D printing is not intended to replace traditional metal manufacturing processes.

3D Printing News Briefs: December 5, 2017

3DPrint.com

We’re starting with some new materials, products, and partnerships in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs – GKN and Ultimaker are both introducing new materials, and SprintRay has. Selective Laser Melting (SLM) sprintray support materials techshop thermoplastic titanium alloys titanium powder ul ultimaker Ultimaker Breakaway underwriters laboratories

LPW’s Latest Case Study Highlighting Confidence in Commercial Reuse of Inconel 718 AM Metal Powders

Additive Manufacturing

Quality’ for LPW means consistency of supply, full traceability and reliable material performance. One of the key benefits of AM, over conventional manufacturing methods, is the ability to reuse a batch of material which has been through the process.

LPW Technology AM Metal Powder Manufacturing plant officially opened by HRH Duke of Gloucester

Additive Manufacturing

The factory houses a variety of powder production equipment referred to as atomisers, which melt feedstock at approximately 1700ºC. Separate cells, protected with air-locks and operating as clean rooms, enable clear segregation of materials.

LPW Releases New Metal AM Case Study

Additive Manufacturing

LPW Technology Ltd , the market leader in the development, processing and supply of high quality metal powders for the Additive Manufacturing (AM) industry, has added a new case study to its ever-growing suite of technical materials.

LPW Showcases AM Metal Powders at TCT Show

Additive Manufacturing

On the Tech Stage in the afternoon of day one, Dr Nicola Jones, LPW’s Marketing Manager, will join the Women in 3D Printing panel discussing materials in 3D printing, and will participate in the networking session afterwards.

TNSC and LPW Announce Strategic Alliance for AM Metal Powder

Additive Manufacturing

Taiyo Nippon Sanso is one of the world’s largest suppliers of industrial, specialty, and electronic gases. It includes powder storage hoppers, sensors to monitor the powder, and software to store all the material related data from atomisation through to use within the AM machine.

LPW shares AM expertise at Daresbury Campus Technology Hub

Additive Manufacturing

The company has developed a full range of optimised powders specifically for Selective Laser Melting (SLM), Laser Metal Deposition (LMD) and Electron Beam Melting (EBM) with standard powders supplied from stock, and custom and development alloys available on request.

LPW Releases New AM Metal Powder Atomisation Case Study

Additive Manufacturing

19 April, 2017: Runcorn: LPW Technology Ltd , the market leader in the development, processing and supply of high quality metal powders and solutions for the Additive Manufacturing ( AM ) industry, has added its latest case study to the fast-growing suite of technical materials on its website.

User views on metal additive manufacturing

Leslie's Blog

Honeywell , for example, uses Arcam’s Electron Beam Melting (EBM) additive manufacturing technology to build parts for aerospace use. Don Godfrey of Honeywell going over how the company uses electron beam melting in the production of aerospace parts.

Additive Manufacturing, 3D Printing and Subtractive Manufacturing: What’s the Difference?

The Solidworks Blog

The Robot Bike is a high-end custom endurance bike that was designed in SOLIDWORKS and printed on a Selective Laser Melting machine. Each layer is joined to the last by way of a binder, melting or curing.

Is 3D Printed Titanium Fatally Flawed?

3D Printing Industry

Deep X-rays have revealed a porosity to the material in 3D printed titanium that can be traced back to its powder-based production method. There it analysed the material with so called deep X-rays, or intense synchrotron x-rays, and an advanced rapid imaging tool.

Is 3D Printed Titanium Fatally Flawed?

3D Printing Industry

Deep X-rays have revealed a porosity to the material in 3D printed titanium that can be traced back to its powder-based production method. There it analysed the material with so called deep X-rays, or intense synchrotron x-rays, and an advanced rapid imaging tool.

3Diligent’s New 2019 State of Metal 3D Printing Report Documents Growth of Metal 3D Printing and New Processes

Additive Manufacturing

The 24-page report also provides a summary of the various existing and emerging metal 3D Printing processes, including tradeoffs and applications for each, including: Powder Bed Fusion – Laser Melting and Electron Beam Melting. Material Jetting.

Rapid.Tech 2015: An Industry-Specific Approach for Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing Involving Automotive, Aerospace, Dentistry, Medical Technology and Toolmaking

Additive Manufacturing

We take an industry-specific approach to the topic – both scientifically and practically – focusing primarily on the areas of automotive and aerospace engineering, dentistry, medical technology and toolmaking, and covering all the key aspects including machines, materials, design and use.

Manufacturing Technologies Growth Trends and Forecasts

3E Rapid Prototyping

The top vendors of machining technologies (CNC and laser) highlighted by Technavio’s industrial automation market research analysts in this report are Dalian Machine, DMG MORI, Haas Automation, JTEKT and Komatsu. Usage and Materials. Materials.

LPW TECHNOLOGY Receives Strategic Investment from Stratasys to Develop End to End Metal Powder Solutions for Additive Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing

It provides material history tracing and close monitoring to ensure the powders stay within manufacturers’ specifications and meet their stringent production requirements. Having full traceability and control over our materials and process is absolutely central to our manufacturing philosophy.”

Key Considerations for Weighing the Purchase of a 3D Printer

3D Printing Review

All are capable of printing end use parts, but each process lends itself to different applications and material options, and not all machines executing a particular process are created equal. Then another layer of powder, another run of the laser, again and again, until the part is made.

Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM) – Advantages of Wire AM vs. Powder AM

Additive Manufacturing

In 2009, Sciaky formally launched the EBAM process (which was then marketed as Electron Beam Direct Manufacturing) as a service option. Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing, to powder-based feedstock 3D printing processes. Raw Material Used: Powder. By Sciaky Inc.

LPW Technology Establishes New R&D Facility for AM Metal Powder Degradation

Additive Manufacturing

The company has developed a full range of optimised powders specifically for Selective Laser Melting (SLM), Laser Metal Deposition (LMD) and Electron Beam Melting (EBM) with standard powders supplied from stock, and custom and development alloys available on request.

New LPW Technology – Royal Academy of Engineering Research Chair Created to Mine, Process and Alloy Data, and to Model Novel Alloys for Optimising the Additive Manufacturing Process

Additive Manufacturing

As Dr Phil Carroll explained, “ In understanding how metal powder composition can affect the end material microstructure we can begin to design and create parts where the composition across the component varies.

13th Rapid.Tech – New Trade Forum “3D Metal Printing” Explores Potential

Additive Manufacturing

He will compare the microstructure and mechanical properties of components produced by laser melting of water-atomised 316L stainless steel powder with those produced from gas-atomised powder.

LPW Technology and 3DSIM Adding Intelligence into the AM Process at formnext Hall 3.1 Stand H18

Additive Manufacturing

FLEX TM enables AM researchers to design better machines, process parameters, scan strategies, material chemistries and part geometries to accelerate adoption and innovation in AM,’ says Brent.

LPW Technology Appoints New Technical Director

Additive Manufacturing

LPW’s team has unrivalled knowledge in developing specialist materials, applications and powder lifecycle processes particularly for the high‑tech aerospace, F1 and medical implant industries.”.

LPW Technology granted a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade 2016

Additive Manufacturing

LPW’s team have unrivalled knowledge in developing applications and specialist materials particularly for the high-tech aerospace, F1 and medical implant industries.

Rapid.Tech – Additive Manufacturing in all its Facets

Additive Manufacturing

Frank Cooper (Birmingham City University School of Jewellery, GB) will focus on the direct metal laser melting (DMLM) of precious metals. Materials, machines and processes for the additive manufacturing of plastic parts and extremely complex metal components will be examined.

Exciting Expansion Plans for Award-Winning Runcorn Business

Additive Manufacturing

Our new facility will ensure the North West is at the forefront of materials for this new and exciting industry by exporting our products worldwide.”. LPW Technology Ltd celebrates Queen’s Award for Enterprise by announcing jobs, investment and a 3D printing centre of excellence.

LPW Technology & Metalysis Form Partnership to Develop and Supply Spherical High Quality Metal Powders for Additive Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing

LPW leads the way in the development, optimisation and supply of metal powders into the AM industry and will be able to spherodise, size and blend high quality, free flowing powders directly from the raw material and alloys. The patented process for producing metals, including refractory materials such as tantalum and tungsten alloys, offers both economic and environmental benefits over traditional metal production methods.