The new Matsuura Machinery USA Lumex Additive Manufacturing Center is one part lab, one part showroom and one part production facility—all meant to showcase the company’s hybrid manufacturing capabilities.
Sintavia has partnered with one of the world’s leading providers of industrial gases in order to understand and improve metal AM’s most significant process variable.
As additive manufacturing workforce needs grow and AM technologies evolve, what does a higher-ed additive program look like? Is additive manufacturing a college major, minor or something else?
Additive Manufacturing’s Field of Dreams: GE’s new Customer Experience Center aims to accelerate AM’s adoption around the world.
While the 2018 DMG MORI open house in Pfronten, Germany, did not feature any world premieres in the additive space, all signs point to the Lasertec 30 SLM hitting the U.S. market soon.
An in-progress case study by Phoenix Proto Technologies aims to answer questions about what is—and isn’t—possible with 3D-printed molds.
For manufacturers with employees who suffer from mobility issues, additively manufactured custom tools go hand-in-hand with increased productivity.
At GE’s Global Research Center in upstate New York, engineers join forces to build a digital library of additive research.
As additive manufacturing shifts from prototypes to production, one industrial sector is ahead of the curve.
A team of engineers turns to additive design to create—and successfully test—“the holy grail of the spaceship movement.”