News

Additive Manufacturing Demands, and Thrives on, Collaboration

The November issue of Additive Manufacturing magazine highlights alliances that are driving AM knowledge, technology and productivity forward.

Stratasys Expands Global Manufacturing Network

Stratasys expands the Global Manufacturing Network to Italy, Korea, Mexico and the United States.

WHAM Developer Appoints New CEO

Chip Storie is leading Ingersoll Machine Tools, developer of the Wide and High Additive Manufacturing (WHAM) system.

Registration Opens for Additive Manufacturing Workshop at NAIAS

The January 2019 workshop at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit covers the evolving role of 3D printing in automotive manufacturing.

Granta Design Launches CES Selector 2019

The latest version of CES Selector offers improved support for additive manufacturing, vibration avoidance, simulation projects and more.

Stratasys Announces Layered Powder Metallurgy (LPM) for Metal Parts

Layered powder metallurgy (LPM) technology from Stratasys is aimed at delivering production-grade metal parts for low-to-mid volumes.

Penn State Introduces Graduate Certificate in Additive Manufacturing

Launching spring of 2019, the 12-credit certificate offers a higher education option for students seeking to expand their AM skills and knowledge.

PostProcess Technologies and Rösler Announce Partnership

PostProcess Technologies and Rösler partner for end-to-end digitization of 3D printing, including postprocessing.

Stratasys Launches TPU 92A Elastomer

Intended for use in its F123 machines, the material offers elasticity and durability with soluble support.

Sights from Formnext 2018

Editors share some of the interesting machines, materials and applications for additive manufacturing on display at this year's Formnext exhibition.

Edgecam 2019 Includes Module for Additive Manufacturing

Edgecam 2019 R1 introduces an additive manufacturing module along with 30 other enhancements.

3MF Consortium Announces Adopters of 3D Printing Format

Thirty-two products from 17 companies have adopted the 3MF Consortium’s (3MF) 3D printing format.