3D Printers, Software, Materials and Related Equipment

Ermaksan Offers Increased Productivity with Metal AM System

Formnext 2019: Ermaksan’s Enavision Modular Dual Laser technology and 3D metal AM machine is said to increase the production rate and capacity as well as productivity.

Thermwood’s LSAM Uses Subtractive Methods in Additive Process

Formnext 2019: Thermwood’s Large Scale Additive Manufacturing (LSAM) system performs both additive and subtractive functions on the same machine.

FelixPrinters Balances Form and Function in Offerings

Formnext 2019: FelixPrinters’ Pro L and XL machines are said to offer easily installation within a manufacturing setting, and both come with a range of automated and intelligent features that remove many of the tedious and time-consuming hurdles often associated with AM and speed up the overall process.

Sciaky's EBAM Advances Metal 3D Printing

Formnext 2019: Sciaky Inc.’s Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM) technology is an industrial metal 3D printing solution with approved applications on land, sea, air and space.

Sabic's Breakaway Support Filament Boosts Printing Productivity

Formnext 2019: Sabic’s AMS31F filament is a breakaway support material for fused deposition modeling that maintains rigidity and adhesion during printing, while also providing pliability for separation during postprocessing.

3YourMind's Agile MES Offers Machine Connectivity

Formnext 2019: 3YourMind’s Agile MES is said to include real-time data connections with machine manufacturers, adding efficiency to production with real-time status updates and an alert system.

Arburg Freeformer Integrates into Production

Formnext 2019: Arburg’s Freeformer 200-3X and 300-3X are said to cover a wide range of industrial AM applications.

Largest ExOne Metal Binder Jetting System Yet Provides 160-Liter Build Volume

The design of this machine anticipates scale production, with compaction technology for repeatable part density and Industry 4.0 connectivity for lightly staffed AM factories.

Additive Manufacturing with Sheet Lamination

No longer limited to paper, Sheet Lamination bonds sheets of material together to form an object. Companies are now expanding to different materials for sheet lamination, exploring the growing possibilities of a process that started with gluing and stacking hundreds of colored sheets of paper together.

Mazak, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Partner on Wire Additive R&D

Mazak Corporation and Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s manufacturing demonstration center in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, have entered into a cooperative research and development agreement.

Thermo Fisher Scientific Desktop SEM Improves Quality Control and Material Cleanliness

Thermo Fisher Scientific has introduced the Thermo Scientific Phenom ParticleX, a desktop scanning electron microscope (SEM) solution.

MSC Software, University of Louisville Materials Innovation Guild Push Microstructure Simulation

MSC software and MIG accelerate AM with microstructure simulation. The partnership will exploit design-material-process simulation to bring additive manufacturing efficiencies and innovation to high performance applications.