Research demonstrates dissolvable supports for 3D printed metal

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Researchers at Pennsylvania State University and Arizona State University have published an article demonstrating the possibility of dissolving support material of 3D printed metal parts. Lefky CIMP-3D David Wright EOS Owen J. Hildreth PBF Pennsylvania State University powder bed fusion stainless steel Steel Timothy w Simpson

EOS Taps Gregory Hayes to Head Additive Minds North America

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Novi, MI—March 1, 2017 – Today, EOS , the global technology and quality leader for high-end 3D printing (Additive Manufacturing or AM) solutions, announced that Gregory Hayes has joined the company as Director of North America Applications and Consulting for EOS North America.

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Additive Manufacturing Research Groups Led by Pitt Engineers Receive More Than $1.7 Million in Latest Funding From America Makes

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million in contracts toward additive manufacturing research from America Makes, the National Science Foundation , and Research for Advanced Manufacturing in Pennsylvania. Education Featured News Aerotech America Makes ANSYS EOS of North America ExOne Honeywell ITAMCO Johnson & Johnson M.

University of Pittsburgh and ANSYS Develop New Computing Tools to Push the Boundaries of Additive Manufacturing

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By making some minor additive manufacturing design changes and utilizing the EOS M290 direct metal laser sintering machine, the heat exchanger assembly was additive manufactured as a single component. By Pitt | Swanson Engineering.

GE’s New AM Center

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In April 2016, GE opened its new Center for Additive Technology Advancement (CATA), located near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. CATA houses multiple AM machines from EOS, SLM Solutions, Stratasys, and ExOne.

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Material advances in metal 3D printing

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in new plants to house the EOS M-280 additive machines to print 100,000 fuel nozzles by 2020, and Arcam will use AM machines to make more than 50,000 orthopedic implants. Materials have always been key to 3D printing success.

Exclusive with Senvol-Determining Cost-Effectiveness of Additive Manufacturing (AM)

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3D Systems, Stratasys, EOS, ExOne), but it also includes machines and materials from the less well-known manufacturers (e.g. The additive manufacturing industry is rapidly evolving. In early January 2015 a company named Senvol , based in New York City, launched the Senvol Database.