Industrial Applications of 3D Printing


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From the Olympics to the Latest Industrial Applications and Automated Mass Production: formnext powered by tct Set to Showcase the Future of Additive Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing

This year, visitors will once again flock to formnext powered by tct to be part of a leading think tank in the world’s additive industries.

3D Printing Trends to Track in the New Year

3D Innovations

From the looks of things, 2016 is going to be a breakout year for additive manufacturing (3D printing) — in terms of industrial applications and global supply-chain disruptions. New materials and 3D printer advancements have accelerated the industrial applications for 3D printing (think GE and Ford). The post 3D Printing Trends to Track in the New Year appeared first on 3D Innovations.

3 Trends In Engineering Efficiency Making An Impact

Design 2 Part News

Three trends in particular — cloud-based operations, wireless switches and sensors and space-saving panels — increased industrial efficiency by monitoring output, conserving valuable time and energy, heightening protection and, as a result, positively impacting the bottom line.

Additive technology is maturing nicely

Leslie's Blog

Grimm & Associates) gave the keynote address about developments in the industry. The question of whether this industry is ripe for consolidation often comes up. Consolidation will come around industries, applications, and materials. The trends to watch are: the number of systems working with metals continues to expand. Another trend is bigger and faster deposition. It’s AMUG 2017. This year’s conference is the biggest AMUG so far.

Clariant Captures Growing 3D Printing Customer Needs at TCT Asia 2019

Additive Manufacturing

Clariant presents its fast-growing portfolio of superior industrial 3D printer filaments and solutions in the striking, future-trend orange shade “Catch me if you can” (Booth W4-G56). Production of small series application parts via 3D printing.

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Join SOLIDWORKS at RAPID + TCT 2019, May 21-23

The Solidworks Blog

The Smart Manufacturing Hub features expert presentations focused on top trends and the latest how-to in Additive Manufacturing. Industry experts from Dassault Systèmes are lined up to speak on a number of key topics during the show, including the following: Rani Richardson.

The Griffith University – Businesses Urged To Embrace 3D printing Or Be Left Behind

Additive Manufacturing

Worldwide specialists will converge in Brisbane next week to present the latest trends in 3D printing and to identify how the changing landscape will impact Australian businesses. Medical applications are particularly relevant because the digital technologies allow for accurate customisation.

Electronic senses to touch us all

3D Perspectives

The next trend in industry is taking B2B to B2C. Industrial products and services have long been in a league of their own—too big, too dangerous or too expensive for consumers. Promoting something as “industrial strength” has long implied that it’s as serious as you can get.

Stratasys Shaping Future of Manufacturing at European Business Summit

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

This year’s EBS session gathered 2,400 participants, 150 speakers, 50 sessions and 200 reporters over two days to discuss the current challenges, trends and opportunities for business growth in Europe.

Doing the Heavy Lifting: A Review of the DJI Matrice 600

3D Printing Hub

Drones are incredibly versatile machines that have been used in a wide range of applications. It’s also difficult to shift from one industrial application to another, as most commercial drones are manufactured with pre-set objectives in mind. The Matrice 600 from DJI bucks this trend. By offering flexible payload options and an extremely powerful propulsion system, the Matrice 600 is one of the most versatile and reliable drones for professional drone applications.

A Review of the DJI Matrice 100 Programmable Drone

3D Printing Hub

Nowadays, the commercial applications of drone technology are as varied as the types of drones flooding an already crowded market. In most cases, buying a drone for commercial purposes means committing to one or two particular applications. This is just the nature of the industry, as market-ready drones are typically pre-equipped with all the gear and features for its intended purpose.

Formnext 2018 to Become International Guiding Star for Modern Industrial Manufacturing Methods

Additive Manufacturing

On an exhibition area of more than 36,000 square meters, 550 exhibitors will present numerous innovations, world firsts, and trailblazing industrial applications. Additive solutions for numerous user industries.

Materialise Introduces the Materialise Magics 3D Print Suite, the Most Complete Software Suite for the 3D Printing Industry

Additive Manufacturing

Materialise’s open, neutral platform allows users to create high-quality applications regardless of their design software, technology or material. This new software suite combines the functionality of multiple applications into one complete set of business solutions.

formnext 2015 Becomes Innovation Driver for Product Development and Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing

The exhibitors’ innovations and latest developments are testimony to the tremendous dynamic that has evolved from this important combination of technologies for the entire industry.

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HP Showcases Growth in High-Volume 3D Printing Deployments and Breakthrough Applications for Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing

New breakthrough applications across vertical industries demonstrate power of HP Multi Jet Fusion platform. Whether it’s helping the Swiss Guard protect the Vatican or reinventing what can be done for an entire industry like orthopedics, the possibilities are endless.”.

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Formnext 2017 Plans Expansion to Additional Hall to Accommodate Increased Exhibitor Interest

Additive Manufacturing

At formnext powered by tct, leading innovative companies from across the globe showcase technologies all along the process chains of cutting-edge industrial manufacturing. This year’s edition will also be welcoming in Sodick, a key international player in the mechanical engineering industry.

13th Rapid.Tech – First “Automotive Industry” Trade Forum Features High-Profile Speakers

Additive Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing – Potential and Challenges for the Automotive Industry. Erfurt, February 2016: Additive Manufacturing processes and 3D Printing have become well established in the automotive industry.

Rapid.Tech Erfurt: Increased Internationalisation with New Collaborations in Great Britain and Switzerland

Additive Manufacturing

With this strategy, Rapid.Tech will continue to benefit from being an international hotspot for research and industrial applications”, says the chair of the advisory board, Michael Eichmann, Managing Director of RTC Rapid Technologies & Consulting GmbH.

Oerlikon – Materializing the Third Industrial Revolution

Additive Manufacturing

Critical to the success of any AM application is the proper choice of materials. Additive manufacturing has led to increased interest in the development of metals and alloys,” says Dr. Dieter Sporer, AM Industry Segment Manager at Oerlikon Metco. “By Materials , including various steels (nickel, cobalt-chrome, and stainless) as well as titanium- and aluminum-based substances, broaden the ways additive manufacturing can make a difference in industry.

Why Infrared Heating Stands Apart

Design 2 Part News

Infrared ovens are said to deliver more precise heat application, greater speed, and superior control over key industrial heat treatment processes. . What manufacturing process today does not require the application of heat at some point? By Ed Sullivan, Design-2-Part Magazine.

Machining Parts Complete in One Clamping

Design 2 Part News

Santa Fe Springs, CA) manufactures, assembles, and tests its lathe spindles in-house in the same division as its industry-proven grinding spindles. CNC horizontal lathes and vertical turning centers are designed to meet a variety of industry applications.

The ExOne Company Reports Second Quarter 2014 Results

Additive Manufacturing

ExOne does not believe that such quarter-to-quarter fluctuations are necessarily indicative of larger trends. We expect our development to result in more productive machines that our customers can apply in a variety of industrial applications. Revenue was $11.2

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Machining Parts Complete in One Clamping

Design 2 Part News

Santa Fe Springs, CA) manufactures, assembles, and tests its lathe spindles in-house in the same division as its industry-proven grinding spindles. CNC horizontal lathes and vertical turning centers are designed to meet a variety of industry applications.

Concept Laser GmbH-A World First: Additively Manufactured Titanium Components Now Onboard the Airbus A350 XWB

Additive Manufacturing

A connecting element used in the Airbus A350 XWB made it to the final round of the “2014 German Industry Innovation Award” Additive manufacturing in aircraft construction is gaining ground. This is especially attractive given the cost pressures in the aviation industry.

Concept Laser Founder and CEO Frank Herzog Named Finalist of the Deutscher Zukunftspreis (German Future Prize) 2015

Additive Manufacturing

It is awarded to developers from industry and science who have rendered outstanding services with projects and initiatives to Germany as an innovation location. Bavaria’s Best 50) and the Final of the German Industry’s Innovation Award, this nominationis a great honor to me.