3D Printing Makes Super Bowl Debut
February 5, 2016
Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis will use a 3D printed arm brace to help protect an injury during the upcoming Super Bowl.
SLM Solutions Presents Innovation for Producing Large-Scale Metal Parts
The solution will enable production of high-quality metal parts up to a size of 3.0x1.2x1.2 meter (LxWxH), SLM Solutions...
Shell and GE Additive Metal 3D Print Oxygen Hydrogen Micromixer
Shell operates a 3D printing facility at Energy Transition Campus Amsterdam in proximity to its scientists and partner companies to...
Ansys Embraces Python
Increasing scope of PyAnsys enables automation, democratization, and interoperability.
Diana Kalisz to Receive AMUG Innovators Award for Contributions to Additive Manufacturing
AMUG bestows this award on those who have cultivated innovative ideas that have advanced the additive manufacturing industry.
Editor’s Pick: 3D printing at 25µm
Boston Micro Fabrication microArch S350 3D printer is the newest addition to...
Editor’s Pick: Bringing quality control to additive manufacturing
AM-QUALITY is a production line intelligent device to enable quality control monitoring...
Editor’s Pick: HPC simulation on any desktop
Siemens says the new addition provides instant-on, rapidly scalable cloud-based HPC for...
Editor’s Pick: Finite element analysis inside product design
PTC's cloud-native Onshape Simulation is a new finite element analysis (FEA) solver.