Pratt & Whitney Deliver Additively Manufactured Entry-Into-Service Jet Engine Parts

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

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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.

Manufacturing Technologies Growth Trends and Forecasts

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Nano Dimension’s own research showed that in the electronics industry, 3D printing multi-layer PCBs and flexible electronics are the most popular uses. There are many industries, such as automotive are replacing, steel with plastics for lighter weight.

Key Considerations for Weighing the Purchase of a 3D Printer

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Once you have a sense of desired uses, consider whether you need to print in metal or whether plastics and resins will do. Clockwise, starting with robot: SLS, DLP, FDM, PolyJet, Stereolithography, Selective Laser Melting/DMLS, Electron Beam Melting.

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

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The conference will also look at materials, machines and processes for the additive manufacturing of plastic parts and extremely complex metal components, presenting examples including next-generation industrial 3D printing systems and a revolutionary precision inkjet technology.

Rapid.Tech – Additive Manufacturing in all its Facets

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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.