Additive manufacturing in the medical industry

Additive manufacturing enables not just personalisation but also, importantly, cost reduction and gains in success. There are sure to emerge many more potential applications.

Carbon Continues to Expand Its Network of Production Partners, Welcomes Injection Molders and Urethane Casters

With the promise of 3D manufacturing now a reality, more production partners are adopting Carbon's next-gen technologies to enable them to better serve their customers.

voxeljet AG Fuels the Future of Additive Manufacturing

voxeljet announces an agreement for delivery of up to five VJET X printers in the upcoming two years, with an initial order of two for installation in 2019.

Desktop Metal and Markforged Reach Amicable Resolution on Trade Secret Litigation

Both Desktop Metal and Markforged acknowledge that neither company, nor the individuals named in the litigation, misappropriated any trade secret or confidential information belonging to the other. Further terms and conditions of the settlement will remain confidential.

Optomec Launches Europe, Middle East, and Africa Operations Center in Switzerland

Strategic Location Enables Optomec to Serve Its Customers and Partners and Address Growing Demand Throughout the Region

Bosch Rexroth and BigRep Announce Development Partnership to Introduce New Dimension of Industrial Additive Manufacturing.

Technological advances and integration will establish 3D printing as an industry 4.0 application.

Precision ADM Announces Validation of EOS M290 3D Printers, Publishes New White Paper

Additive manufacturing systems have successfully completed process validations, and a new white paper explaining the importance and procedure of AM process validation has been released.

Fast Radius Named One of the "Nine Best Factories in the World" by the World Economic Forum

Fast Radius was named as one of the nine best factories in the world by the World Economic Forum (WEF), implementing "technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution." The companies were selected from 1,000 manufacturers worldwide, with Fast Radius selected as the only award recipient from North America.

NCDMM Commemorates MFG Day 2018 by Offering a Hands-on Additive Manufacturing Training to Local High School Students

Each of Participating High Schools to Also Receive a 3D Printer, Laptop with Software, and a Stipend for Materials and Supplies

IMPROVING DESIGN FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING: A CASE STUDY

With a desire to improve design knowledge coupled with an increasing number of customers requesting parts to be made by Additive Manufacturing (AM), Safran Electrical & Power knew they needed to enlist an AM design specialist.

3D goes industrial: Accelerating the use of Additive Manufacturing across industries

-600+ experts from leading companies, academia and state officials expected at conference on October 10-11, 2018, at Technical University of Munich (TUM). -Hosts Oerlikon, TUM and Bayern Innovativ are supported by a strong industry partner network that includes Siemens, TÜV Süd, General Electric and Linde. -Keynote speakers will focus on Additive Manufacturing (AM) challenges and success stories, and will address ways to speed up the industrialization of AM. -Workshops with experts on second day will address topics such as AM transformation, hardware progresses and implementation of industrial AM for decision makers.

Researchers Turn Tracking Codes into Unclonable "Clouds" to Authenticate Genuine 3D Printed Parts

Researchers at NYU Tandon and NYU Abu Dhabi are the First to Convert Flat QR Codes into Complex Features Hidden within 3D-Printed Parts to Foil Counterfeiters and IP Pirates.

NanoSteel Launches 'Formetrix, Inc.,' to Commercialize Additive Manufacturing Metals

Formetrix selects AddUp's FormUp 3D printer to support customer requirements

Siemens Mobility Puts Stratasys Additive Manufacturing at the Heart of First Digital Rail Maintenance Center

Ability to rapidly and cost-effectively 3D print replacement parts and production tools on-demand eliminates obsolete parts and warehousing costs

DSM brings additive manufacturing one step closer to industrial production with new carbon fiber filament

Despite the low carbon fiber loading of 10% - much lower than other carbon filled materials - it produces functional prototyping and industrial parts with properties close to what is usually achievable only by injection molding while matching the easy and fast printing of unreinforced plastics.

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