Webinar: Additive Manufactured Tooling for Composites

A free webinar August 23 will explore the use of FDM 3D-printed lay-up tools for carbon fiber aerospace parts.


Sodick Adds In-Process Correction Technology for Hybrid Metal 3D Printer

An In-Process Correction system increases the precision of both additive and subtractive processes inside Sodick’s OPM metal 3D printing hybrid platform. 


Optimizing the Additive Manufacturing Workflow with PLM

Product lifecycle management (PLM) plays an essential role when adopting additive manufacturing within mainstream production.


Linear AMS Founder Retakes Control

Less than two years after its acquisition by Moog, the company returns to its original ownership.


BASF SE Establishes Subsidiary Focused on 3D Printing

BASF 3D Printing Solutions GmbH will focus on 3D printing materials, system solutions, components and services.

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Sculpteo Adds HP Multi Jet Fusion

Digital manufacturing service provider Sculpteo now offers HP’s Multi Jet Fusion as a faster option for 3D printing.


AM Conference Speaker: Tangible Solutions

The Ohio-based contractor will share the challenges of building its business with a sole focus on the additive manufacturing of medical implants.


Jesse Garant Metrology Center Support AM Inspection with CT Scanning

The company is investing in computed tomography (CT) equipment that will help it better serve additive manufacturing customers requiring inspection and validation services.


The Logistical Value of AM

3D printing can permit a radical change in the geometry of a part. Have we yet seen the extent to which it might change that part’s point of production?


Forecast 3D Opens 3D Manufacturing Center

The company now offers HP Multi Jet Fusion additive manufacturing services from its California headquarters.


Large-Format 3D Printer Builds Carbon Fiber-Reinforced Submarine

Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) has teamed up with the U.S. Navy to 3D print a demonstrator submarine hull for Navy SEALs application.


An AM Voyage: Seeking Additive Manufacturing’s Next-Gen Metals for Ship-Based Repair

A research team at the University of Pittsburgh’s Swanson School of Engineering is using computational materials design to create new high-strength steels for the United States Navy.