Winners of IDTechEx Launchpad Announced

In its small way, the IDTechEx Launchpad aims to help the best emerging technologies get international exposure to technology scouts and product managers from large corporations across many industries.

Insert Molding vs Traditional Injection Molding

A typical application of insert molding is to include one or more threaded metal inserts in a plastic part when that part is intended to mate to another part in an assembly.

Siemens and Materialise Technology Integration Streamlines Product Design Through 3D Printing

Materialise additive manufacturing technology now fully integrated with NX Seamlessly closes the loop between product design and 3D printers Strengthens Siemens' comprehensive additive manufacturing solution

WPI to Play Critical Role in National Manufacturing Initiative

University is a participating member in eight Manufacturing USA institutes; Each institute to be awarded $70 million in federal funds, which must be matched with non-federal support

Adidas reveals the first 3D-printed shoe it'll mass-produce

James Vincent for The Verge: The company says 100,000 pairs of Futurecraft sneakers will be made by the end of 2018

MLC CAD Systems' Partner 3D Systems Announces Advance in Metal and Plastic Solutions

The MultiJet Wax family has expanded with the new ProJet MJP 2500W and VisiJet M2 CAST RealWax materials. This next generation wax technology will deliver high-resolution and durable patterns for industrial casting.

McLaren Formula 1 Racing Deploys Stratasys Additive Manufacturing to Improve 2017 Car Performance

-Stratasys FDM and PolyJet 3D Printing Solutions are being used to produce final 3D printed race-ready parts for the new McLaren MCL32 race car, as well as manufacturing tooling to advance production -3D printing will also be used at trackside to produce parts and tooling on demand for immediate evaluation during tests and races -Goal is to bring new car developments earlier by moving from idea to component in a shorter timeframe

Additive Manufacturing Users Group Names Technical Competition Winners

A panel of industry veterans selected Mike Littrell of CIDEAS, Inc. and Vince Anewenter of Milwaukee School of Engineering as winners of the annual Technical Competition.

Additive Manufacturing Users Group Awards DINOs

AMUG presented ten DINO (Distinguished INnovator Operator) Awards to recognize industry veterans for years of experience, contributions back to the additive manufacturing industry, and active support of the users group.

New Research Could Help Speed Up the 3D Printing Process

Binghamton University for R&D Magazine: A team of researchers from Binghamton University, State University of New York and MIT have identified some bottlenecks in 3D printers, that, if improved, could speed up the entire process.

Additive Manufacturing Users Group Announces New Board

Paul Bates will lead the elected and appointed officers of the users group in preparing for the 2018 AMUG Conference.

MIS' Additive Manufacturing Facility Cranks Out Stellar Year

Since the second-generation 3D printer was installed on ISS, 39 prints have been made for customers, ranging from medical parts for researchers, parts for NASA and commercial customers such as Lowe's and the Brazilian company Braskem, to STEM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics) projects for students.

Finding the flow creates a new way to 3D-print metal

Eric Mack for New Atlas: A team of engineers has developed a new way of 3D-printing metals that could improve on existing, laser-on-powder based methods. It relies on using semi-solid metals that are solid at rest, but can flow when force is applied, making it possible to move through the nozzle of a printer. Researchers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) hope that the process could lead to higher-quality and lighter metal parts.

BeAM Machine's Magic 2.0 Has Arrived at the BeAM North American Solutions Center in Cincinnati, Ohio

BeAM Machines SAS, the leading European based specialists in providing DED (Directed Energy Deposition) solutions, opened its U.S. subsidiary, BeAM Machines, Inc. earlier this year.

GE Launches Brilliant Skills Curriculum to Train Workers for Digital Industrial Future

GE announced today a proprietary skills curriculum to train global supply chain employees for new, highly valuable jobs needed in our digital industrial economy. This new initiative will focus on lean, advanced, additive and digital manufacturing. Built on GE's Brilliant Factory strategy, which uses big data, software, sensors, controllers and robotics to increase productivity, 'Brilliant Learning' is designed for GE's global supply chain employees but will also be available to all employees, in multiple languages across all levels of manufacturing roles.

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