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As Seen In Additive Manufacturing
3D Printing and the Next Giant Leap for Mankind
A collaboration between Aerojet Rocketdyne and NASA is resulting in critical parts being 3D printed for new versions of the workhorse RS-25 engine.
For AM and Machining to Work Together, Let Them Compete
A medical device maker establishes a center of excellence for product and process development in which additive manufacturing and CNC machining both challenge and complement one another.
Oqton FactoryOS Integrates EOS Software for Seamless Workflows
Deep software integration enables a tight connection of manufacturing software and hardware that supports efficient, end-to-end production workflows on EOS systems.
Jabil, Fictiv Partnership Addresses Capacity Challenge of Distributed Manufacturing via 3D Printing
With additive manufacturing, production can be relocated quickly and performed at whatever site is ideal. But what about the capacity waiting for this shift? Relationship gives global producer access to “transactional” 3D printing.
Leading Global Companies Join AMGTA
The AMGTA promotes the environmental benefits of additive manufacturing (AM) over traditional methods of manufacturing.
EOS, Texas A&M Partner on AM Professional Development Program
Successful pilot training program for NASA Johnson Space Center leads to new collaborative offering to business and academia.
How to Pursue AM Adoption Within an Established Manufacturing Organization
Succeeding with additive manufacturing requires enterprise-wide buy-in and change. EOS describes tactics including a two-team structure: transformation team and implementation team.
The Challenges to the Organization: How to Make the Shift to AM for Production
Fabian Alefeld of EOS offers a way forward with AM. Success affects design, the role of manufacturing and the entire value chain. Join him Sept. 21 at 1:00 pm EDT as part of AM In-Depth. (Add to your MySpark Planner.)
EOS M 300-4 3D Printer Designed for Industrial Applications
The EOS M 300-4 has multiple configurations combined with safety and security features that enable digital additive manufacturing.
EOS Expands Range of Premium and Core Metal Materials
EOS releases new materials with defined performance characteristics for a transparent, standardized production.
Generative Design to Bring Weight and Cost Savings for Micromobility FUV
The “Fun Utility Vehicle” from Arcimoto is already in production, and already lightweight. But after just 30 days of redesign for additive manufacturing, the company discovered major components could be made lighter still, and production could be made simpler.
DMLS or Polyjet? A Hands-On Comparison to Produce Prototype Mold Inserts
The development phase of creating injection molded parts and inserts often requires the production of small-quantity prototypes. This moldmaker compared two different AM technologies to produce prototype mold inserts made from tool steel and polypropylene photopolymer.
From Idea to PPE Product in 10 Days: The Cool Parts Show Special Episode
Fitz Frames' custom 3D printed glasses have turned out to be a launch point for an item of personal protective equipment (PPE) used in the fight against COVID-19.
CNC Machining as a Business Strategy for Additive Manufacturing
As 3rd Dimension Industrial 3D Printing ramps up for production — including a fleet of new 3D printers in a custom-designed building — it's the company's traditional machining capabilities that provide a unique competitive advantage.
Aerospace Manufacturer Pivots to 3D Print Masks for COVID-19 First Responders
Rapid Application Group is finalizing a 3D printed mask to protect first responders and medical staff who may be exposed to coronavirus. The nylon mask uses a replaceable N-95 or HEPA filter.
The Foot Measurement System That Allows for Mass Customized Insoles
Aetrex’s Albert scanner is an example of how advances in measurement technology aid 3D printing in realizing its promise.
3D Printed Custom Glasses: The Cool Parts Show S2E2
Fitz Frames has reimagined glasses, from the frames to the ordering process. See how the company manufactures glasses customized to every face in this episode of The Cool Parts Show.
How PrinterPrezz Aims to Realize a Manufacturing Model Tailored to Medical Devices
3D printing for orthopedic implants enables innovation and better patient outcomes, but a new type of manufacturer may be needed to realize this promise. A startup focused on implant development, approval and production via additive manufacturing includes surgeons among its founders.
EOS Offers Production-Ready Shared Modules
Consisting of various hardware and software modules, EOS Shared Modules is said to simplify and parallelize workflow both upstream and downstream of the metal AM build process.
What A Former Moldmaker Has Learned About AM: Leverage Simplicity and Let It Scale
The once-again independent Linear AMS is now more focused on additive manufacturing than ever before.
3D Printing Trends for 2020 (and a Quick Look Back at 2019)
Additive Manufacturing (both the technology and the media brand) advanced and matured in 2019. A quick recap of 2019, plus predictions for 3D printing in 2020.