Katelyn Arnold Assistant Editor

Katelyn Arnold Assistant Editor

Katelyn Arnold edits and writes content on 3D printing techniques, copyedits press releases and was formerly the editorial intern with AM and Modern Machine Shop, helping out editorial staff with various projects. She holds a B.A. in English language and creative writing from John Brown University. Previously, she served as copy desk chief of her university newspaper. Katelyn is an avid reader and on most nights you can find her curling up with a good book and a mug of Madagascar Vanilla tea.


Metal AM

Additive Manufacturing Conference Speaker: Formalloy

At the Additive Manufacturing Conference, taking place August 27-29 in Austin, Texas, Melanie Lang of Formalloy will discuss metal part quality, replication and monitoring technology, as the adoption of metal AM continues to expand.

Design for Additive

Additive Manufacturing Conference Speaker: GE Aviation

At the Additive Manufacturing Conference, taking place August 27-29 in Austin, Texas, GE’s Eric Gatlin will dive deep into the company’s latest breakthrough in additive: the GE9X.

 

Automotive

Additive Manufacturing Conference Speaker: Ford

At the Additive Manufacturing Conference, taking place August 27-29 in Austin, Texas, Ford’s Ellen Lee will discuss additive manufacturing for automotive production end-use parts.

Design for Additive

3D Printing the "Impossible" Metal Part

Velo3D’s SupportFree additive manufacturing process helps KW Micro Power turn a geometrically complex design concept into reality.

AM Technology

GE Announces Additive Manufacturing Breakthrough in Commercial Aviation

Additive manufacturing is fulfilling its promise in the aerospace industry more than any other, as evidenced by more than 300 additively produced parts that help compose the new GE9X engine. GE Aviation has brought industrialized next-generation aerospace through additive manufacturing.

AM Technology

Webinar: 5 Attributes to Consider for AM Production

Evolve will look at five keys areas required by organization for additive to sit on the manufacturing floor right next to their injection molding production lines – materials, speed, quality, scalability and cost. They will also provide a peek under the hood of Evolve Additive’s new STEP technology.

Polymer AM

AM 101: Multi Jet Fusion (MJF)

From functional prototypes to end-use parts, HP’s Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) is capable of efficient production. Learn about MJF, including its materials, postprocessing requirements, benefits and more, in this 101 post.

Discover AM Application Trends, Tracks Shaping the Industry

RAPID + TCT 2019 offers an educational networking and growth opportunity for professionals in the additive manufacturing sector, with conference tracks, workshops and presentations for AM novices through experts.

Basics

AM 101: Binder Jetting

Binder jetting requires no support structures, is accurate and repeatable, and is said to eliminate dimensional distortion problems common in some high-heat 3D technologies. Here is a look at how binder jetting works and its benefits for additive manufacturing.

Videos

Video: Where Are We Heading with Additive Manufacturing?

Increasing demands for additive end-to-end production processes, machine learning and product customization are driving additive manufacturing forward. Peter Zelinski explains where AM is heading in this video filmed at last year’s Additive Manufacturing Conference.