Autodesk University 2017 Celebrates the Future of Making Things

CEO Andrew Anagnost to address need to prepare the world's workforce to make anything

UnionTech Announces Strategy to Grow Commercial Usage of Stereolithography (SL)

A huge advance in affordability does not translate to any compromise in performance capability. Today, PILOT users with access to a full spectrum of "21st century" materials can produce a full range of high quality industrial grade applications including investment casting patterns, metal clad composite patterns, injection molding tooling and wide range of functional prototypes capabilities.

DSM sharpens focus on Additive Manufacturing

New organization builds on deep sector expertise and collaboration

3D Printer Farms And Robotics Start Pointing To Future Of Manufacturing

TJ McCue for Forbes: Many relatively small companies are providing printers and software for these new 3D print clusters, or farms, as many call them.

Ground-breaking Molten Aluminum 3D Printing Penetrates Commercial Market

Vader Systems Sells Signature Mk1 3D Printer to BECKER CAD-CAM-CAST

Optomec Enters Global Sales Partnership with Mastercam Advanced Software

New Enhancements Expand Capabilities for Hybrid Toolpath Generation

Desktop Metal Announces International Expansion Throughout Europe for Its Metal 3D Printing Systems

The Studio System is the only end-to-end solution for metal 3D printing. The printer, debinder and furnace were designed together, making it possible for precise control of the entire workflow.

Alignment for 3D Printing Made Simple

New software for easy 3D calibration of integrated scan systems

The Benefits of Laser Cutting to the Design for Manufacturing Process

In terms of design for manufacturing, laser-cutting technology can have a beneficial effect on any product. Cost and quality are two major influences on the marketability of any product, and laser cutting allows for high-quality components at a lower cost overall, therefore making it possible to offer a more affordable, better quality product.

Oerlikon and LENA Space Collaborating on Advanced Manufacturing for Space Launch Technology

This partnership combines LENA's experience and vision for fast-to-market, high-performance, low-cost launch propulsion technology with Oerlikon's end-to-end value proposition in additive manufacturing to drive wider adoption of additive manufacturing in the space industry.

Desktop Metal Announces International Expansion for Its Metal 3D Printing Systems

BMW Group Named First International Strategic Partner to Receive the Studio System

3D Systems outlines additive manufacturing strategy, aims for turnaround

Larry Dignan for ZDNet: 3D Systems rolled out a series of systems, software and services aimed at targeting industries. Going vertical is key to the company's turnaround hopes.

Students at University of Applied Sciences Ravensburg-Weingarten 'Design for Additive' with First-of-Its-Kind 3D Printed Self-Balancing Scooter

• Tasked with optimizing a digital product life cycle for customized production, students learn how to 'think additively' by designing self-balancing scooter development process around additive technology • Production of first self-balancing scooter prototype reduced from four weeks to four days with Stratasys additive technologies, equating to time-savings of 85% • Self-balancing scooter to be displayed at formnext in Frankfurt, November 14-17 in Hall 3.1, Stand F40

Ultimaker Releases Cura Connect for Maximizing 3D Print Efficiency

As part of company's software strategy, new feature allows users to effectively manage multiple printers in professional environments

Can Manufacturers Use 3D Printing for Die Repair?

Research continues to develop regarding how the die casting process can improve in speed and efficiency. 3D printing for die repair is a notable focus, with die casters and the North American Die Casting Association embracing additive manufacturing technologies such as 3D printing for efficiency and accuracy purposes.

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