Special Focus Issue: Additive Manufacturing

In this Special Focus Issue of Digital Engineering, learn about the latest innovations in additive manufacturing, including multi-material printing, post processing costs, print simulation, and more.

Additive manufacturing continues to be an important tool for enabling innovative end-use products and components, as well as allowing designers to create rapid prototypes. New innovations in printing technology, materials science, simulation and quality management mean that 3D printed parts can be used in automobiles, aircraft, healthcare devices and in other applications.

In this Special Focus Issue, Digital Engineering takes a look at innovative new uses of additive manufacturing and how these advancements have affected the design cycle. We also examine multi-material printing, support-free printing and printed robotics applications.

Articles include:

  • Simulating the Way to Consistent 3D Printed Parts
  • The Hidden Cost of Post-Processing
  • Multi-material Printing Gaining Ground
  • Changing the Shape of Things to Come
  • The Support-Free 3D Printing Balancing Act
  • Logged On, Plugged in, 3D Printed

We hope you enjoy the issue.

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