AM Technology

Phillips Federal, Bel Air Finishing Combine Efforts for Army Facility

Unique post processing technologies support additive manufacturing programs at Army’s Rock Island Center of Excellence.

Modern Machine Shop Announces ‘Shop Talk’ Educational Series

New presentation series, available through IMTS spark, focuses on the Top Shops benchmarking program and the machine shops that participate.

Formnext 2020 Transitions to Digital Event

Organizers of Formnext 2020 convert it to a completely digital event, called Formnext Connect.

Hexcel’s HexPEKK EM Offers Electromagnetic Shielding, Radar Absorption

Composite components are flight-ready after printing, omitting the need for costly and time-consuming secondary processing steps.

Essentium Partners with Magigoo to Improve 3D Printing Bed Adhesives

All-in-one 3D printing bed adhesives improve bed adhesion for different engineering-grade polymers.

Australian Army Tests Metal 3D Printing in Latest Field Trial

The ‘WarpSPEE3D’ program aims to significantly increase unique parts available to the Army compared to what the regular supply chain can provide.

ExOne Metal Binder Jetting Now Offered Through Xometry

ExOne binder jetting offers Xometry customers a fast and cost-effective way to 3D print metal prototypes and production parts.

Honeywell Earns FAA Certification for 3D-Printed Bearing

FAA grants certification for flight-critical, 3D-printed bearing housing used on the Dassault Falcon 20G maritime patrol aircraft.

Wayland Additive Sets 2021 Launch Date for NeuBeam Production System

The new powder bed fusion (PBF) process is said to overcome many of the limitations for manufacturing large complex metal components.

DSM’s Glass-Filled Polypropylene for Demanding Applications

Glass-filled polypropylene (PP) pellet material was developed especially for 3D printing, enabling easy and consistent production of structural and demanding applications using fused granulate fabrication technology.

A Three-Piece Toolset to Minimize Metal Additive Build Failures (Includes Video)

Three separate software tools from Siemens attempt to control some of the most challenging variables within metal AM: build orientation, distortion and deposition paths. Part of software video series.

Lubrizol Purchases Avid Product Development

The acquisition expands Lubrizol’s 3D printing design, prototyping, printing and post-processing capabilities.

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