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. This is a great technique for 3D printed parts that will undergo the process of assembly and disassembly.

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.

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Wipro set to secure manufacturing processes with blockchain system

3D Printing Industry

Global information technology company Wipro is developing manufacturing applications that are built upon a blockchain and targeted at 3D printer systems. 3D Software aerospace Automation World Blockchain blockchain 3D printing blockchain additive manufacturing digital thread Sanjeev Ramakrishnan supply chain Wipro Wipro blockchain Wipro3D

HP opens first advanced manufacturing center at $74million Singapore campus

3D Printing Industry

HP has chosen to open its Asia-Pacific Japan (APJ) HQ within Singapore’s thriving National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster (NAMIC). The new S$100 million (equivalent of $74million USD) hub will also be home to the company’s first ever Smart Manufacturing Applications and Research Centre (Smarc), and responsible for boosting HP’s manufacturing processes.

Researchers Develop Liquid Phase Metal 3D Printing Process using Low Melting Point Metallic Inks

3D Printing Industry

Researchers at the Beijing Key Laboratory of CryoBiomedical Engineering have developed a metal 3D printing process that uses low melting point metal alloy Inks. By Scott J Grunewald.

Creating New Possibilities for Additive Manufacturing, Stratasys Removes Complexity From Design-to-3D Print Process

Additive Manufacturing

DALLAS — ( BUSINESS WIRE ) – February 11, 2019 – SOLIDWORKS WORLD – Empowering designers and engineers to embrace new 3D printed possibilities, Stratasys (NASDAQ: SSYS) is further removing complexity from design-to-3D print processes.

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.

Oerlikon and Lufthansa Technik to Jointly Accelerate Additive Manufacturing Processes and Standards

Additive Manufacturing

Oerlikon AM and Lufthansa Technik will jointly establish replicable additive manufacturing (AM) processes and standards for maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) applications. The same process parameters and powder specifications will be used to understand process repeatability.

Jabil Advances Additive Manufacturing Market with Integration of Engineered Materials, World-Class 3D Printing Machines and Proven Processes

Additive Manufacturing

Comprehensive Services Expected to Speed Adoption of Additive Manufacturing While Custom Materials Meet Demand for Unique Customer Applications. Driving Adoption with Integrated Materials, Processes and Machines (MPM). Featured News Additive Manufacturing AM Inc.

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.

Additive Industries Presents Competitive Entry Model MetalFAB1 for Process Development and Prototyping

Additive Manufacturing

The system is developed specifically for process & application development and prototyping. Its compact footprint and competitive price point help first time users to gain experience with metal additive manufacturing before scaling for series production.

SABIC Delivers Material and Processing Expertise Needed to Create First-Ever Fully Functional 3D-Printed Vehicle

Additive Manufacturing

SABIC , a global supplier of engineering thermoplastics, recently delivered the materials and processing expertise needed to create the first-ever fully functional 3D-printed vehicle , Strati , at the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS 2014).

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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SAP, Stratasys Accelerate Distributed Manufacturing Innovation Across Network of 3D Printing Labs

Additive Manufacturing

Nasdaq: SSYS) today announced that SAP is establishing along with Stratasys, a global network of 3D printing co-innovation labs to educate and enable customers, employees and partners on the adoption of additive manufacturing as an integral part of the manufacturing production line.

Evonik and Evolve Additive Solutions Will Jointly Develop 3D Printing Materials

Additive Manufacturing

Companies to enhance material development for STEP to offer a wider range of thermoplastic material for production of additive manufacturing applications.

Additive Industries Builds Regional Hub for Asia Pacific in Singapore

Additive Manufacturing

Process & Application Development Center launched during visit of the Singapore President to Eindhoven. capabilities, and accelerate the adoption of additive manufacturing technologies across key sectors such as aerospace, marine and offshore, medical technology, and semiconductors.

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. This can be done easily without expensive die/molding cost to fine tune functional prototypes before production is scaled up to the these more industrialized processes.

With the EOS M 400-4, EOS Introduces its Biggest and Fastest System for Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS)

Additive Manufacturing

The new system shatters the boundaries of manufacturing with regards to productivity, industrialization and part quality. And he adds: “The Additive Manufacturing technology provides us with the speed and efficiencies needed to progress in the energy industry’s fast-moving digital environment.

Merck Selects RIZE for Making Industrial 3D Printing Easy

Additive Manufacturing

RIZE’s Unique Material Properties Provide Merck with Maximum Flexibility for a Range of Functional Additive Manufacturing Applications. According to Merck’s Senior Lead Engineer of Additive Manufacturing, Tinh Nguyen-Demary, “3D printing enables innovation.

LEGO Brand Group and Stanley Black & Decker Complete $19M Equity Investment in Evolve Additive Solutions

Additive Manufacturing

whose proprietary Selective Thermoplastic Electrophotographic Process (STEP) technology will radically improve manufacturing while creating disruptive new business models, today announced the completion of an equity investment of $19M led by the LEGO Brand Group with participation from Stanley Black and Decker Investments and a third undisclosed investor. The LEGO Group has been using Additive Manufacturing technology for more than 20 years.

Pyrogenesis Announces That It Will Produce Specialty Powders for the Additive Manufacturing Industry, Specifically for 3D Printing

Additive Manufacturing

PyroGenesis’ Plasma Atomization Process (PAP) is an enabling technology for 3D Printing as well as other additive manufacturing and powder metallurgy applications. Featured News PAP Plasma Atomization Process PYRNF PyroGenesis Canada Inc

3D Printing News Sliced: SHINING 3D, BeAM, Lulzbot, Stratasys, Koffin

3D Printing Industry

The last Sliced 3D printing news digest of the week, today we feature, a story that brings new meaning for 3D printing a cradle to grave file; new business partnerships from Nano Dimension, EOS, and Authentise; a $9 million research fund; and other additive manufacturing applications, research and hardware releases. Latest business partnerships Process automation […].

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. Iterative design demands flexibility throughout the process, and 3D printing (3DP) delivers that opportunity.

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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. Plastic Processing Tools/Injection Molds. Direct Digital Manufacturing (DDM) Tools Without Toolin

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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.

APWORKS and Additive Industries Advance to Series Production of Certified Parts

Additive Manufacturing

The partners have jointly decided to now move to the next phase of industrial additive manufacturing: certification and series production. Collaboration with launching customer transferred to Bristol for next phase of industrialisation.

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.

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!

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.

Spirit AeroSystems Using Robotics for Quality Inspection of…

Design 2 Part News

Typically, inspections for meeting customer requirements have been done by large, fixed systems that are difficult to adapt to new applications,” said Spirit Vice President, Global Quality, Dan Caughran, in a press release. Manufacturing News Design-2-Part Manufacturing technology

Metalysis Welcomes MOD’s Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) as Gen4 Customer

Additive Manufacturing

Metalysis (or “the Company”), the UK technology company with a solid-state process to produce valuable powder alloys, is pleased to announce that the UK ’s Defence Science and Technology Laboratory ( Dstl ), part of the Ministry of Defence ( MOD ), has become a customer through the Materials for Strategic Advantage research programme. Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (“Dstl”) announced as customer from Metalysis’ recently completed Generation 4 (“Gen4”) industrial scale plant.

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

The Solidworks Blog

The world of manufacturing is changing, empowered with digital tools, businesses are transforming from mass production to mass customization. The Smart Manufacturing Hub features expert presentations focused on top trends and the latest how-to in Additive Manufacturing.

F1 team of Alfa Romeo Racing Strengthen Technology Partnership with Additive Industries

Additive Manufacturing

In parallel we are expanding our in-house capabilities with post-process machining and HIPing.”

Revolutionizing Composite Tooling with Stratasys 3D Printing

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

On display was a full range of tooling solutions for high-end manufacturing applications that demonstrated how 3D printing can replace traditional hard tooling technologies – eliminating labor, waste and long lead times. Processing the CAD file for optimal build results.

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For Large-scale Additive Manufacturing Demanding Speed, Versatility and Size, Stratasys Introduces the Multi-material Objet1000 Plus

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

If you’re designing large parts, medium parts or lots of small parts for high value applications like automobiles and aircraft, you want an additive manufacturing system built for maximum versatility. Galit: What makes the Objet1000 Plus such big news in additive manufacturing?