The Cool Parts Show Season Three Begins
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?
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Co-hosts of The Cool Parts show, Senior Editor Stephanie Hendrixson and Editor-in-Chief Peter Zelinski, with a generatively designed part. Don’t miss out on new episodes!
Additive Manufacturing Media has announced that August 12 will be the premiere of season 3 of The Cool Parts Show, the continuing video series about the advance of 3D printing into industrial production. Regular series hosts, Senior Editor Stephanie Hendrixson and Editor-in-Chief Peter Zelinski are back for season 3. Each episode explores the design, manufacture and potential impact of a specific 3D printed part with host discussion and expert commentary.
Learn more about the show here.
Season 3 highlights parts that demonstrate the cross section of 3D printing and machining, looks at biomedical applications, explores how small additive parts can be, 3D for automotive and whether additive technology can produce a sustainable supply chain.
The new season is again being produced in partnership with Carpenter Additive.
“We’re building on the previous seasons of the show as well as our special coronavirus coverage to introduce 3D printing technologies and materials that we haven’t shown viewers before, and expanding the scope of the ideas we explore,” says Hendrixson. “The parts in this season point to things like better healthcare, more efficient transportation, and greater sustainability in manufacturing — and we’re excited to tell these stories!”
This episode of the The Cool Parts Show looks at how 3D printing will deliver tailored products. Scanning feet for their geometry and pressure enables Aetrex and EOS to manufacture insoles that are unique to individual wearers.
Cobra Aero made the engine cylinder of an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) both more powerful and easier to manufacture. Learn what additive manufacturing is doing for drones in this episode of The Cool Parts Show.
Medical contract manufacturer Tangible Solutions shares a titanium 3D printed spine implant with an unusual lattice structure in this episode of The Cool Parts Show.