Real-time monitoring of entire 3D printing process ensures mission-ready quality of high-value parts for aerospace and defense customers
The Stratasys H350 3D printer is powered by Selective Absorption Fusion (SAF) technology to deliver production-level throughput for end-use parts.
Automation-assisted conversion generates usable 3D digital assets from legacy 2D manufacturing plans for service and maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) part production
New opt-in feature enables nTop users to experience an instant 10 to to 100 times performance boost when visualizing workflows that use complex field-driven geometry.
AddMan Engineering, a provider of advanced additive manufacturing for aerospace and energy, to operate the first Velo3D manufacturing solution in Indianapolis area.
Matsuura established the Additive Manufacturing Center to promote the use of metal 3D printed parts as a solution to continuing supply chain challenges and delays.
Collaborative solution integrates shopfloor data with data intelligence to orchestrate consistent quality from concept to part.
The Forust additive manufacturing process upcycles wood waste into high-quality wood end-use parts that can be used in a variety of industries.
The large, dual-gantry print and trim machines are now available in a 15-ft. width in addition to the current 10-ft. width tables.
Company says it is first ever, advanced metal 3D-printing system of its kind dedicated to flight-critical applications.