3D Printed Manufacturing Applications Expanding with Metal Threads and Screws

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

If you’re looking for new ways to expand your additive manufacturing applications, this video is a must see. The bigger picture here is that using your 3D printer to create prototypes is just the beginning when it comes to manufacturing.

SME Hosting Additive Manufacturing Applications Seminar in Pittsburgh

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SME, the nonprofit organization responsible for many great manufacturing industry events, such as SOUTH-TEC, WESTEC, and the annual RAPID + TCT exhibit and conference, does its part to support 3D. View the entire article via our website.

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Stratasys Reveals Development of New Metal Additive Manufacturing Platform for Short-Run Manufacturing Applications

Additive Manufacturing

Internally-developed platform brings values of additive manufacturing to short-run production while overcoming limitations of cost and throughput. The global market for metal additive manufacturing is projected to grow to $12 billion by 2028, according to industry estimates.

Thoughts on 3D Printing Applications for COVID-19

Deelip

The Indian 3D Printing Network asked me for my thoughts on 3D printing applications for COVID-19. 3D Printing Featured Opinions 3D additive additive manufacturing application coronavirus covid-19 manufacturing printing

Manufacturing Goes on The Cloud

3D Perspectives

Manufacturing on the Cloud Makes Big Data Easy to Manage. Manufacturing applications on the 3DEXPERIENCE® platform work much in the same way. Of course the cloud offers a great repository to keep all of your manufacturing data and applications.

SME’s Smart Manufacturing Seminar Series – Exclusive Access to Industry Leaders and Experts Who Are Implementing Additive Manufacturing (AM) in Their Business Operations

Additive Manufacturing

Worldwide interest and adoption of additive manufacturing (AM) in industry continues at an astounding pace with the prediction that sales of products and services will double in the coming years. Additive Manufacturing Applications. Additive Manufacturing Materials.

Rapid manufacturing MK2: Business, meet Industry

Open 3DP

Data can travel across the globe in a manner of seconds/minutes, allowing parts, object, etc is then manufactured on site. These parametric designers are the driving force behind the rapid prototyping and rapid manufacture. Manufacturing on site. Applications for Space.

EOS Partners with University of Wolverhampton and SHR Hochschule Berlin to Introduce Expert 3D Printing Training Programme

Additive Manufacturing

One of the major barriers for metal Additive Manufacturing technology is the shortage of AM application engineering experts at a global level. comments Güngör Kara, Director Global Application & Consulting at EOS.

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Basalt Fiber-Reinforced ABS: Researchers Develop Thermoplastic Composite for Use in Space

3DPrint.com

In the recently published ‘Development and Mechanical Properties of Basalt Fiber-Reinforced Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene for In-Space Manufacturing Applications,’ we learn more about. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3D printing at ISS 3d printing in space 3d printing on mars abs Basalt-ABS composite

Breakthrough material for direct digital production of plastic parts

3D Printing Progress

A revolutionary production material for additive manufacturing applications that enables manufacturers to directly produce end-use plastic parts without tooling.

Developments in Acrylate Oligomers for 3D Printing Inks & Resins

3DPrint.com

The expansion of 3D printing into rapid manufacturing applications and strong market demand for next-generation oligomers, has been coupled with an increased demand for materials with a wide variety. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Sponsored 3d printing oligomers Bomar Bomar oligomers dlp sla dymax photopolymer resin

Auburn University Receives NASA Contract to Develop 3D Printing Techniques to Improve Liquid Rocket Engines

3DPrint.com

Back in 2015, Auburn University and NASA signed a Space Act Agreement for the purposes of exploring and advancing additive manufacturing applications and research together. The university has. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Aerospace 3D Printing ASTM International F42 Committee Auburn University contracts funding nasa NASA Marshall Space Flight Center NCAME partnership RAMPT research rocket engines

New Developments in Acrylate Oligomers for 3D Printing

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The expansion of 3D printing into rapid manufacturing applications and strong market demand for next-generation oligomers, has been coupled with an increased demand for materials with a wide variety. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Featured Stories Sponsored 3d printer resin recipe 3d printing oligomers 3D printing prototyping resins Bomar Bomar oligomers photopolymer photopolymer resin resins

New Developments in Acrylate Oligomers for 3D Printing

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The expansion of 3D printing into rapid manufacturing applications and strong market demand for next-generation oligomers has been coupled with an increased demand for materials with a wide variety. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3D Printing Materials Featured Stories Sponsored 3D printing coatings 3d printing oligomers acrylate dymax Dymax Oligomers & Coatings white paper

New Developments in Acrylate Oligomers for 3D Printing

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The expansion of 3D printing into rapid manufacturing applications and strong market demand for next-generation oligomers has been coupled with an increased demand for materials with a wide variety. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3D Printing Materials Sponsored 3D printing coatings 3d printing oligomers acrylate dymax Dymax Oligomers & Coatings white paper

3D Printing High Temperature Production Parts

Deelip

This combination of 3D printer and material opens up opportunities to quickly manufacture end use production parts which need to withstand extremely high temperatures. The existing 3D printing processes are good enough for a wide variety of production applications.

Somos Moves to the Beta Phase of Their Materials Collaboration with EnvisionTEC

3DPrint.com

Most manufacturing applications that use plastics have access to hundreds of thousands of different material options. In comparison, 3D printing has only a handful of material options, and many of. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printers 3D Printing 3D Printing Materials Business Envisiontec John Hartner Melissa Lutz Royal DSM Scan Spin and Selectively Photocure Somos ULTRA 3SP

Xaar PLC Turns to 3D Printing, Appoints Keith Smith as Director of Advanced Manufacturing ?

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Xaar PLC develops digital inkjet technology and manufactures piezoelectric, drop-on-demand industrial inkjet printheads, and their technology is used in manufacturing applications which include graphics, labels, direct-to-shape packaging decoration, and ceramic tiles.

Forget about the cool factor – 3D printing saves time and money

Leslie's Blog

This guest blog is by Tyler Reid, Manufacturing Application Manager, GoEngineer. Not surprisingly, Lockheed partnered with a European additive manufacturing OEM to develop updated flaperon spars for the F-35.

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The Rolls-Royce Phantom Now Has More Than 10,000 3D Printed Parts, BMW Looks to Expand Use Across Entire Line of Cars

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With more than 25 years of using 3D printing technology, there probably isn’t a global automotive manufacturer that has pushed the limits of using additive manufacturing applications than the BMW. 3D Design 3D Printing Business 3d printed auto parts 3d printed car parts automotive applications BMW BMW Group Additive Manufacturing Centre HP Multi Jet Fusion industrial applications planar 3d printing rolls-royce Rolls-Royce Dawn Rolls-Royce Phantom Udo Hänle

Additive manufacturing turns design efficiency on its head

Leslie's Blog

Tyler Reid, Manufacturing Application Manager, GoEngineer. Engineers are normally introduced to the concept of design for manufacture (DFM) while in school. But the reality is that the majority of engineers don’t actually learn how to design for manufacture until they are on the job. Additive manufacturing, however, turns this scenario completely around by encouraging part complexity: pockets and holes suddenly become time-savers!

Solidscape Announces 2015 Baselworld Design Competition Winners in Jewelry and Fine Art

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leads the 3D printer market in high precision, direct manufacturing applications — such as jewelry. Solidscape®, Inc., a subsidiary of Stratasys, Inc., Solidscape’s high standards in accuracy, surface finish, and material castability have set... View the entire article via our website.

ULA Saves $1M Annually While Pushing Boundaries of Additive Manufacturing with Stratasys

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

The United Launch Alliance (ULA) changed the game of aerospace exploration earlier this year when they announced a shift from traditional metallic applications to additive manufacturing using Stratasys Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) 3D printing technology.

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How 3D printing can be used for tooling applications

Leslie's Blog

3D printing enables manufacturers to test tool designs before committing to metal—saving both time and money. Tyler Reid, Manufacturing Application Manager, GoEngineer. But there’s a lot of tooling and manufacturing applications that are great for 3D printing, which allows for the creation of fast and cheap injection mold inserts or tooling—all made out of true-to-spec materials. 3D Printers Additive Manufacturing Industrial Leslie's blog Materials

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3D Printing is changing the way we think about customization — and Christmas!

Leslie's Blog

By Tyler Reid, Manufacturing Application Manager, GoEngineer. An era of empowerment and personal manufacturing. We are living in an era of empowerment and personal manufacturing, enabled by digital fabrication tools.

Why the New Objet500 Connex2 Multi-material 3D Printer is Great News for Manufacturers

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

The new triple-jetting Objet500 Connex2 Multi-material 3D Printer was introduced this week by Stratasys at IMTS 2014 in Chicago and is expected to set new standards for 3D printing price/performance and high throughput additive manufacturing.

Dr. Phil Reeves Describes How Stratasys Additive Manufacturing ‘Redefines Possible’ at TCT

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

Stratasys used TCT 2015 in Birmingham to ‘Redefine Possible’ - demonstrating how key industries can be more efficient, productive and profitable with intelligent applications of industrial 3D printing. Strakka Race Car displayed at TCT, designed with Stratasys FDM 3D Printing.

3D printing shifts into manufacturing

Leslie's Blog

Louis, many conversations focused on taking 3D printing / additive manufacturing (3DP/AM) more into manufacturing rather than just prototyping. Over the next few years, you will see a number of product introductions and systems that demonstrate more manufacturing capability.

Additive shows off its manufacturing capabilities

Leslie's Blog

3Dprinting /additive manufacturing (3DP/AM) has had a bit of an identity problem for the past few years. Is it a machine that will replace CNCs and other legacy manufacturing systems? Is it the third leg of manufacturing—subtractive, injection molding, and now additive?

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More additive manufacturing systems for production

Leslie's Blog

Some executives believe that the current state of additive manufacturing equipment is too focused on prototyping instead of production. But more companies continue to enter the space of additive manufacturing, especially for metal materials.

New SAP Distributed Manufacturing application connects engineers with 3D printing service providers

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SAP SE, a market leader in enterprise application software headquartered in Walldorf, Germany, has today launched SAP Distributed Manufacturing, a new application that will “make 3D printing a seamless part of digital manufacturing,” at Hannover Messe 2017.

Combining 3D Manufacturing & Traditional Manufacturing for Success

3D Innovations

In recent years the conversation around 3D manufacturing and traditional manufacturing methods has shifted—no longer are these viewed as competitors, but instead as complimentary manufacturing methods. Exploring 3D Manufacturing. Exploring Subtractive Manufacturing.

Learn About 3D Printing With 2 Webinars

CADD Edge

Wednesday''s webinar will cover new innovations in 3D printing that are applicable to design and engineering. On Friday, we’ll show you the broad range of manufacturing applications, including prototyping, that can benefit from 3D printing.

Materialise First to Offer New BASF TPU Material for HP Multi Jet Fusion

Additive Manufacturing

Ultrasint TPU supports prototyping and manufacturing applications that require elasticity, shock absorption and wear resistance. As an early tester of the new 5200 series, Materialise has been closely involved in exploring and developing applications for the new material.

3D Systems strengthens its additive manufacturing product line

Leslie's Blog

The developers of additive 3D printing systems continue to focus on moving into manufacturing. 3D Systems has long had products that suit manufacturing applications, but its previous branded identity did not always emphasize that aspect of the business.

St. Louis 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing Roadshow - Hosted by Stratasys

CATI Tech Notes

On December 9, 2014, the Stratasys 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing Roadshow is traveling to St. The challenges facing manufacturers today are daunting. The solution is additive manufacturing. Interactive exhibits showcasing additive manufacturing applications.

Here they come—faster additive manufacturing systems

Leslie's Blog

Additive manufacturing (AM) machines and 3D printers have a reputation for being slower than users desire when it comes to building a part. and accelerated speeds (40% faster) for such manufacturing applications as aerospace, automotive, medical devices, and consumer products.

RAPID 2015-The Most Additive Manufacturing Experts All in One Place

Additive Manufacturing

Seeing incredible additive manufacturing technologies on the RAPID show floor is great – but understanding how they work and developing a plan for how they can advance your business is even better. Medical Manufacturing Innovations I & II. Medical Manufacturing Innovations V.

Fisher Unitech Expands 3D Printing to West Virginia

Fisher/Unitech

The company, an engineering solutions provider and Stratasys partner for nearly 18 years, supplies both Polyjet and Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) professional 3D printers to design and manufacturing industries. 3D Printing Rapid Prototyping and Manufacturing Stratasys

Learn How to Reduce Manufacturing Time & Costs in Four EuroMold 2014 Video Presentations

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

Stratasys Additive Manufacturing Booth: “Transforming Manufacturing Today” at EuroMold 2014. Additive manufacturing is changing the way we plan, design and produce products. Direct Digital Manufacturing (DDM) Tools Without Tooling

Fisher Unitech Shines at 2015 Advanced Manufacturing Technologies Trade Show

Fisher/Unitech

As always, the annual Advanced Manufacturing Technologies Trade Show in Dayton Ohio featured lots of technologies that are helping all manufacturing industries from injection molding to tool and die shops create high quality products.

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AM exam programme now running

RPM Tools

The US Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), along with the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) and 3D printing institute America Makes, has put together a certified course and exam programme covering additive manufacturing (AM) technologies. The additive manufacturing certificate programme could help applicants increase their knowledge, gain leadership recognition, obtain an extra career credential and validate their experience within the field.

J826: Interview With A Senior Sales Engineer

Purple Platypus

Also, by industrial products and medical device manufacturers. If your additive manufacturing application focuses more on the detail within colors, then the J8 series is the right option. From early stage prototypes to high fidelity models, the J826 allows users to create without compromise.