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Audi Expands 3D Printing Efforts with EOS and SLM Solutions
Audi sees a benefit both in the on-demand nature of additive manufacturing, as well as the ability to construct complex geometries.
EOS to Launch EOS P 810 Polymer 3D Printing Platform and New Material
EOS' large frame, two-laser system and high-performance material meet the strict requirements for demanding polymer parts in the aerospace, electronics and mobility industries.
New Software Tool Takes Guesswork out of Metal AM Part Orientation, Supports
If you don’t have 15 years of experience under your belt with metal additive manufacturing (AM/3D printing) – or even if you do – a new tool from Atlas 3D promises to simplify your job. In fact, the results are guaranteed....
MINI Drivers Can Print Custom Parts
BMW is leveraging 3D printing to allow vehicle owners to customize a BMW MINI using printed inlays to augment their side scuttles, interior trim, LED door sills and LED door projectors.
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.
EOS
We enable our customers to produce innovative and high quality products based on industrial 3D printing technologies. EOS is the global technology and quality leader for high-end solutions in the field of additive manufacturing (AM). Founded in 1989, we are a...
Digital Security for the 3D Printing Supply Chain
In this age of hacking and cyber attacks, manufacturers must consider whether additive manufacturing data is vulnerable to being stolen, misused or purposely corrupted.
Custom-Built Running Shoes
The custom shoe market has taken another step forward with announcements from Brooks Running Co. and Under Armour.
Editor’s Picks for November 9-15, 2017
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
Lunar XPRIZE Finalist to Use Printed Parts for Moon Lander
Five teams are competing for the Lunar XPRIZE, including Israeli company SpaceIL, which plans to use 3D-printed legs on its unmanned lander.
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.
Riding on the Speed of Additive Manufacturing and HPC
Formula One teams turn to 3D printing and cluster-powered simulation.
Editor’s Picks for September 14-20, 2017
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
EOS Expands Academia Program With Help of Sintatrec
EOS, in the field of industrial 3D printing of metals and polymers, is expanding its academia program and collaborating with Sintratec.



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