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AM 101: NanoParticle Jetting (NPJ)

Published on 12/30/2019

The proprietary process from XJet builds ceramic and metal parts using nanoparticle suspensions. Learn how NPJ works in this introductory article, part of our AM 101 series.

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AM 101: Ultrasonic Additive Manufacturing

Published on 10/16/2019

Going from additive to subtractive can be simple with Ultrasonic Additive Manufacturing (UAM). What is it and how does it work? Learn the basics in this 101 post.

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AM 101: Multi Jet Fusion (MJF)

Published on 5/8/2019

From functional prototypes to end-use parts, HP’s Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) is capable of efficient production. Learn about MJF, including its materials, postprocessing requirements, benefits and more, in this 101 post.

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AM 101: Digital Light Synthesis (DLS)

Published on 3/27/2019

Digital Light Synthesis (DLS) is the name for Carbon's resin-based 3D printing process. How it works and how it differs from stereolithography.

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AM 101: Hybrid Manufacturing

Published on 8/29/2019

Additive manufacturing offers powerful capabilities alone, but even more opportunities are opened when AM is combined with subtractive processes.

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AM 101: Binder Jetting

Published on 2/13/2019

Binder jetting requires no support structures, is accurate and repeatable, and is said to eliminate dimensional distortion problems common in some high-heat 3D technologies. Here is a look at how binder jetting works and its benefits for additive manufacturing.

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AM 101: Selective Thermoplastic Electrophotographic Process (STEP)

Published on 12/5/2019

Learn about Selective Thermoplastic Electrophotographic Process (STEP): how it works, the comparative benefits and where it is leading additive production in the future.

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Video Playlist: Additive Manufacturing 101

Published on 9/7/2018

Looking for a quick introduction to 3D printing and its application in additive manufacturing? Watch these videos. 

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Additive Manufacturing 101: Part III

Published on 4/20/2010

Additive manufacturing (AM) systems that build parts in photopolymer were among the first to emerge in the late 1980s.

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A Journey through Additive at GE's Customer Experience Center

Published on 3/21/2018

Additive Manufacturing’s Field of Dreams: GE’s new Customer Experience Center aims to accelerate AM’s adoption around the world.

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