Using Lightburn for Laser Cutting

While there are free options to create gcode for lasers, at just $40, Lightburn gives you way more features that make the process not just more convenient but might also improve your results.

How Materialise Software Solutions Helped to Create the World's Largest Jet Engine

The 11-foot diameter engine contains six different 3D-printed parts, which includes the low-pressure turbine blades made from an alloy of titanium and aluminum at the Avio Aero Cameri plant in Italy.

Top 5 Free CAD for 3D Printing

This list should help you to find the right software that suits your needs. These programs are also all very popular in the community, so you won't have any trouble finding guides and tutorials that can help you get started.

Case Study on 3D Theme Park Animatronics

The combination of digital pipelines, 3D printing and scanning, and advances in machining have made everything we do more precise, more reliable, and more efficient.

Scanning Acoustic Microscopy Analyzes 3D Packages in the Z-dimension

Non-destructive testing of 3D packages with scanning acoustic microscopes identifies defects down to sub-micron level for 100% inspection, failure analysis

Quick Guide to Metal Additive Manufacturing for Industrial Components

Are you looking for new ways to produce metal parts? Do you repair or replace metal parts due to corrosion or wear? Are you responsible for maintaining high-value metal parts? Is it time you added metal additive manufacturing to your company's capabilities?

IDTechEx Discusses Investment Trends in 3D Printing Composites

Since 2014, there has been a surge in investments in companies engaging in the 3D printing of composites, with almost $250 million raised to date.

GE Additive & Kaspar Schulz Q&A - Additive Manufacturing: there's always something brewing!

This year we wanted to go a layer deeper and explore the potential that additive technology could have on the brewing and beverage industry.

What is MXT? (Metering Extruder Technology)

Article from BigRep. As FFF extrusion technology reaches the peak of its development cycle, it becomes less likely that the technology's quality will meaningfully improve. Additive manufacturing must be rethought from its foundation.

Worcester Polytechnic Institute Receives $25 Million Award to Bring Cold Spray 3D Printing Techniques to the Battlefield

Funding from the Army will support advanced work on cold spray; the portable repair and manufacturing technique could increase the readiness of military vehicles and other units.

Supplier Selection Criteria When Sourcing an Additive Manufacturing Solution

Today, there are numerous options when looking to source an additive manufacturing (AM) / 3D printing platform, and it can be confusing for potential users attempting to select the best fit for their specific endeavours.

TOYOTA Motorsport GmbH and 3D Systems Join Forces to Drive Innovation for Automotive Industry

-- Companies will develop first-to-market additive manufacturing solutions to change automotive design and production -- TOYOTA Motorsport GmbH names 3D Systems "Additive Manufacturing Machine Provider of Choice"

3D Printing A Game-Changer For Car Makers

With its potential to transform the way products are designed, developed, manufactured, and distributed, 3D printing is expected to grow into an $8 billion market for the automotive industry by 2024.

ExOne Licenses Method of 3D Printing Lightweight Ceramic-Metal from Oak Ridge National Laboratory

-ExOne to commercialize production of parts 3D printed in aluminum-infiltrated boron carbide -The functional 3D printed material has a wide range of potential applications -ExOne to begin 3D printing collimators and other parts for ORNL in the new material

Diode Lasers in CNC and 3D Printing

Our lasers are mainly plug and play for any 3D printer or CNC machine. They work out of 12-24V and have a TTL wire that has to be connected with PWM and then you are pretty much set.

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Russell Finex - Reclaiming and recycling additive manufacturing powders

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