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7 First Steps to Design for Additive Manufacturing
Design for additive manufacturing looks at the bare-bones function of a part and how to produce it via additive manufacturing.
3D-Printed Rocket Engine Launches New Company
A team of designers from Australia’s Monash University and a spin-off company called AMAERO have successfully demonstrated such a 3D-printed rocket engine.
Sintavia Raises the Bar for Production-Level, 3D-Printed Parts
Sintavia is already expanding its facilities to handle the increasing customer workload, with goals of adding 35 more AM systems plus larger furnaces and HIP equipment by 2020.
GE Additive Goes Big in Laser Powder
Designed for aerospace applications, the device will be able to print in a build envelop of 1 meter cubed (1000 x 1000 x 1000mm).
Optisys Uses Metal Additive Manufacturing to Reduce Part Count
Optisys has completed a project that documents the advantages of employing additive manufacturing (AM) to produce such systems for aerospace and defense purposes.
One Hundred Parts Down to One with Metal 3D Printing
Antenna maker Optisys releases ROI metrics demonstrating advantages of 3D metal printing.
ThyssenKrupp to Open 3D Print Center
The new center will open in September and will produce both plastic and metal parts.
Naval Research Lab Invests in Laser Powder-Bed Metal Printing
The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) will use Concept Laser’s 3D metal printing technology for rapid prototyping and materials research.
3D Printing Metals: Why Support Designs Matter
Designing with metal additive manufacturing in mind means understanding how support structures transfer heat.
U.S. Naval Research Lab Adds 3D Metal Printing to Boost R&D
U.S. Naval Research Laboratory will be using Concept Laser’s M2 cusing machine to print in stainless steel.
3D Printing Research Now Comes with Southwest Flavor
Arizona State University Polytechnic just kicked things up a notch with the launch of the Southwest’s largest 3D printing research facility: the ASU Manufacturing Research and Innovation Hub.
Concept Laser, Honeywell and PADT Build Additive Manufacturing Research Center
The 15,000 square foot research center at Arizona State University is the largest in the Southwest.
Optimize your Additive Manufacturing Know-How
Learn from the best with these resources for part planning, design for AM, build optimization and other facets of the 3D printing world.
Formnext 2016: 3D Printing Pauses for a Reality Check
The 3D printing hype has given way to real solutions for additive manufacturing via robotic, material and software innovations.
GE Plans to sell 10,000 Additive Machines During Next 10 Years
GE says it is fully focused on becoming a leading supplier of additive machines, materials and software for several industry segments, including 3D Printing, power generation, automotive, medical and electronics.



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