The AMGTA promotes the environmental benefits of additive manufacturing (AM) over traditional methods of manufacturing.
Young additive manufacturing companies impress with automated designs, new materials and optimized postprocessing.
Successful pilot training program for NASA Johnson Space Center leads to new collaborative offering to business and academia.
Extra capacity, large-format printer can increase production throughput by five times and reduce cost-per-part by up to 75%, compared to its predecessor.
Intelligent postprocessing system is designed to enable consistent part performance at production scale.
Companies combine materials and printing expertise for high-performance additive manufacturing to further develop industrial 3D printing market.
Neighborhood 91 is the first development in the world to both condense and connect all components of the AM/3D Printing supply chain into one powerful production ecosystem.
Event includes world’s leading exhibitors from entire AM process chain, new products and networking all in one place.
Leasing program is said to enable easy, flexible and affordable additive manufacturing.
Sandvik will work closely with GE Additive to become a certified powder supplier for a range of Osprey alloys that complement GE Additive’s materials portfolio.