The great promise of 3D printing combined with innovative 3D design (such as generative design) is to reduce parts and material waste while creating geometry that surpasses the capability of traditional subtractive machining.
A startup company has developed services to assist the transition to additive manufacturing technologies by performing a sophisticated analysis of target parts.
This week’s selection is “Design for Additive Manufacturing” by Martin Leary, who explains the economics of 3D printing and how to apply them through CAD design.
DiManEx has developed a comprehensive service providing an end-to-end approach to 3D printing and other manufacturing services.
What happens when your skilled craft workers retire? You switch to additive manufacturing. See the details in this interesting case study.
Oqton has finally revealed the scope of their massive AI-powered database and its ability to provide a wide variety of services to optimize all types of additive manufacturing workflows. We saw examples of their capabilities.
In a press release last week, Kennametal announced the launch of a new business unit focused on additive manufacturing (AM).
ANSI and America Makes open a new online portal for additive manufacturing standards.
This week’s selection is “Thermo-Mechanical Modeling of Additive Manufacturing” by Michael Gouge and Pan Michaleris.
How can you learn additive manufacturing? Where can you get experience at a low cost? One state seems to have figured out a way to do so.
There is a way to make sense of the terminology of 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing. We propose some rules.