Replique’s integrated platform combines the secure storage of designs with the on-demand and decentralized manufacturing and distribution of parts.
The CeraFab Lab L30 was developed for those new to ceramic 3D printing and is well suited for shop floors, research purposes and small-series production.
The machines will be equipped with Siemens Sinumerik CNC for precise printing and milling.
Additive manufacturing will help keep aging engines operational with greater flexibility and shorter delivery times than traditional MRO supply chains.
Rosswag Engineering has produced 3D-printed cooling heads for a plasma-exposed environment in the Wendelstein 7-X fusion reactor.
Collaborative efforts like this can bring together diverse organizations that specialize in different aspects of an emerging technology and often produce results that none of the participants could possibly achieve on their own.
Additive Manufacturing Technologies teamed up with Mitsubishi Electric to develop an integrated automation solution for its PostPro 3D chemical vapor smoothing machine.
The company’s printer versions are tailored for specific-use cases, giving users the power to develop new advanced materials.
ExOne believes Freshmade 3D’s patented approach offers additional unique benefits and can help accelerate adoption of 3D printed sand tooling solutions.
In a joint project, Safran Landing Systems and SLM Solutions tested selective laser melting to produce a component of a nose landing gear for a bizjet, marking a world first for a part of this size.