3D Printers, Software, Materials and Related Equipment

Injection Molding with the Geometric Complexity of 3D Printing

The Freeform Injection Molding (FIM) process from Addifab allows for injection molding resins to be processed into shapes not otherwise possible.

Digital Metal Launches Superalloys for Extreme Applications

Digital Metal has launched two superalloy grades for use in extreme environments – DM 247 and DM 625.

Volume Graphics' Version 3.3 Enables High-Quality Volume Meshing

Volume Graphics’ version 3.3 of VGStudio Max, VGStudio, VGMetrology and VGinLine for industrial computed tomography (CT) is said to cover all requirements related to metrology, defect detection and assessment, material properties, and simulation.

CompositesWorld to Host Additive Composites Event at CAMX

The first ever Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Composites, hosted by CompositesWorld and co-located with CAMX, will explore the connection between additive manufacturing and continuous fiber reinforcement.

DSM 3D Printing Acceleration Program Accepting Applications

The I AM Tomorrow Challenge is a ten-week program designed to help startup companies launch or mature their additive manufacturing innovations.

Aeromet's A20X Passes 500 MPa UTS Mark

A20X, the aluminium alloy developed and patented by UK foundry specialist Aeromet International, has passed the 500 MPa Ultimate Tensile Strength (UTS) mark.

America Makes Opens Third Satellite Center

America Makes has announced its third Satellite Center, located at the National Institute for Aviation Research (NIAR) on Witchita State University’s campus.

Additive Manufacturing Conference + Expo Adds Immersive, Hands-On Learning Experience

The Additive Manufacturing Conference + Expo (AMC) has announced technical tours of Austin-based headquarters for EOS and Essentium.

3D Systems Resin Produces Durable, Flexible Parts

3D Systems’ latest addition to its materials portfolio, FabPro Flexible BLK, produces tough 3D printed parts with the look and feel of molded polypropylene.

July 2019 Issue Explores Robots and 3D Printing

The latest issue of Additive Manufacturing magazine explores the interplay between robots and 3D printing, from part handling to robot as 3D printer. 

Snapmaker 2.0 Offers Filament Runout Recovery

The Snapmaker 2.0 comes in three sizes capable of 3D printing, laser engraving and CNC carving, all of which are features upgraded from the first Snapmaker model.

Robots, Assemble! A New Path to Autonomous Mobile 3D Printing

Robot swarms may sound alarming, but research at the University of Arkansas reveals that they may enable a new, ultra-efficient era of automated manufacturing and 3D printing.