Carbon Introduces SpeedCell System

The system integrates 3D printing, parts washing and other operations for cost-effective AM production.

Design Enhancements for Conformal-Cooled Insert Leverage 3D Printing Capabilities

A collaborative mold project reveals that the value of 3D printing isn’t in the process, it’s in the products.

Staying Focused on the Promise of AM

For this company, realizing that promise is a long-term undertaking. In the short term, it involves sometimes saying no.

Does Additive Manufacturing Make Sense in a “Subtractive” Machine Shop?

Definitely yes, says this shop—a metal additive part is almost always a machined part as well, and an established machine shop is perhaps the best business to realize AM’s promise for production.

Functional Prototypes for Electric Motorcycles Made with CLIP Technology

Alta Motors has plans to use Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) technology for production in the near future.

GKN Moves Toward Digital Future in Serial Metal AM

A new Industry 4.0 facility and a partnership with EOS are the company’s latest steps toward serial metal additive manufacturing for production.

Video: Additive Manufacturing Is a Logistics Solution

UPS discusses its use of cloud-networked 3D printers to provide part-making near the point of end use.

Oxford Performance Materials Awarded Boeing Contract for 3D-Printed Production Parts

The Oxfab production parts will be used on the CST-100 Starliner.

Unison to Additively Manufacture Air-Air Heat Exchangers for Cessna Denali Aircraft

The additive heat exchangers will offer reduced weight and volume.

Additive Manufacturing Safety Addressed in February Issue

This issue's cover story takes a deep dive into safety for metal additive manufacturing. Read this story and more in the digital edition.

Video: Escher in Action

“Project Escher” delivers functionality for coordinating multiple print heads to speed the building of big parts. Sections of the part mesh into a continuous form while the heads move in harmony.

EBAM Technology Saves Time and Cost in Submarine Component

Sciaky’s Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing technology reduced the time and cost to produce a titanium variable ballast tank for a submarine manufacturer.