NEWS

Australian Army Tests Metal 3D Printing in Latest Field Trial

8/27/2020

The ‘WarpSPEE3D’ program aims to significantly increase unique parts available to the Army compared to what the regular supply chain can provide.

Honeywell Earns FAA Certification for 3D-Printed Bearing

8/25/2020

FAA grants certification for flight-critical, 3D-printed bearing housing used on the Dassault Falcon 20G maritime patrol aircraft.

Wayland Additive Sets 2021 Launch Date for NeuBeam Production System

8/25/2020

The new powder bed fusion (PBF) process is said to overcome many of the limitations for manufacturing large complex metal components.

ExOne Qualifies Inconel 718 for Binder Jet 3D Printing

8/20/2020

ExOne’s nickel-based alloy Inconel 718 is frequently used in the aerospace, energy and automotive industries, often for high-temperature applications, such as jet engines and tooling, or corrosive environments.

Meld Manufacturing Reaches 3D Printing Milestone

8/20/2020

Company demonstrates scalability of open-air Meld process by printing world’s largest printed aluminum cylinder.

DSM’s Glass-Filled Polypropylene for Demanding Applications

8/18/2020

Glass-filled polypropylene (PP) pellet material was developed especially for 3D printing, enabling easy and consistent production of structural and demanding applications using fused granulate fabrication technology.

Nexa3D Expands Ultra-Fast Polymers Line

8/18/2020

Portfolio of high-speed polymer production solutions includes both photoplastic and thermoplastic capabilities.

Lubrizol Purchases Avid Product Development

8/13/2020

The acquisition expands Lubrizol’s 3D printing design, prototyping, printing and post-processing capabilities.

Sumitomo Increases Investment in Sintavia

8/13/2020

Follow-on investment will be used to accelerate Sintavia’s rapidly growing business of providing additively manufactured parts to key aerospace and space markets.

The Cool Parts Show Season Three Begins

8/11/2020

Additive Manufacturing’s hit web series The Cool Parts Show continues with more episodes. The YouTube series showcases the parts and possibilities additive manufacturing is making real. Will you help us reach future AM users?