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As Seen In Additive Manufacturing
Stratasys Aquisition Brings New AM Platform to Polymer Production
Origin’s resin-based Programmable PhotoPolymerization (P3) technology expands Stratasys product range in the fast-growing market for 3D printed mass production parts.
Boeing Qualifies Stratasys’ Antero 800NA for 3D Printed Flight Parts
Enhanced chemical resistance and fatigue performance of the PEKK-based material provide Boeing with a new, high-performance option for polymer flight parts.
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.
Formnext 2019 Emphasizes Complete Additive Manufacturing Process Chain — Well Beyond 3D Printing
The biggest AM event gets bigger. The sophistication of attendees advances. Materials, digital tools and postprocessing are prominent. Here are 10 impressions of this year’s show.
Additive Manufacturing with Sheet Lamination
No longer limited to paper, Sheet Lamination bonds sheets of material together to form an object. Companies are now expanding to different materials for sheet lamination, exploring the growing possibilities of a process that started with gluing and stacking hundreds of colored sheets of paper together.
Material Jetting - It's Like Printing, Just in 3D!
Recent advances in materials processing capabilities have renewed interest in material jetting, the additive process that allows 3D objects to be built by placing different combinations of material drop-by-drop.
The Race to Faster, Cheaper and Better AM for Aviation
An aviation industry partner called NIAR may be the largest institute you've never heard of. But through a new materials and process database for additive, it’s promising to help aviation manufacturers produce AM parts faster, cheaper and more reliably than ever before.
Additive Manufacturing via Material Extrusion
Material extrusion was the second process to be successfully commercialized. After three decades of material advancements and a diverse array of start-ups and applications, the use cases for this technology are still going strong.
Stratasys F120 3D Printer Offers Remote Self-Monitoring
Stratasys’ F120 3D printer, a part of the F123 series of fused deposition modeling (FDM) printers, offers simple controls, remote self-monitoring, 3D printing hardware and reliability and repeatability.
Solvay, Stratasys Partner on AM Aerospace-Grade 3D Printing Polymer
The companies will develop an aerospace-grade polymer for use with Stratasys’ 3D printers.
3 Ways a Small Mold Builder Uses 3D Printing
How mold builder Byrne Tool + Design uses 3D printing for simultaneous mold manufacturing, conformal cooling and hybrid designs.
Video: 3D-Printed Brackets Are Key to Automated Coolant Delivery for Lights-Out Machining
An on-site look at the different elements of the coolant-delivery system developed by a machine shop committed to running unattended.
Video: In Conventional Manufacturing, 3D Printing Is a Solution for Tooling
Tooling for conventional operations doesn't have to made conventionally. Rather than being made through machining, these welding fixtures are now made via 3D printing.
3D-Printed Prototypes at Big Ass Fans: Iterate and Validate
3D printing is a common tool in product development, but for this fan manufacturer, it occupies two distinct steps in the process.
Stratasys, Andretti Autosport Partner on High-Performance AM
The collaboration agreement between Andretti and Stratasys is intended to provide customers with FDM technology and materials for challenging, competitive racing environments.
Stratasys and Siemens Collaborate on Workflow Integration
Stratasys and Siemens have announced a formal partnership to incorporate additive manufacturing into the traditional manufacturing workflow through the integration of computer software and 3D printing platforms.
Stratasys Expands Global Manufacturing Network
Stratasys expands the Global Manufacturing Network to Italy, Korea, Mexico and the United States.
Stratasys Announces Layered Powder Metallurgy (LPM) for Metal Parts
Layered powder metallurgy (LPM) technology from Stratasys is aimed at delivering production-grade metal parts for low-to-mid volumes.
Stratasys Launches TPU 92A Elastomer
Intended for use in its F123 machines, the material offers elasticity and durability with soluble support.
SPE Names First AM Winner in Automotive Innovation Awards Competition
SPE’s Automotive Division added Additive Manufacturing as a category for 2018. The first winning application used 3D printing to create a window alignment fixture.
5 Impressions of Additive Manufacturing at IMTS 2018
An emphasis on production, shifting target markets and more colored additive manufacturing’s presence at this year’s International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS).