A German auto plant 3D prints sand cores for light metal casting, integrating additive manufacturing into engine production line.
This week’s selection is “Digital Crafts: Industrial Technologies for Applied Artists and Designer Makers” by Fabbaloo friend Anne Marie Shillito.
This week’s selection is “Real-World Stories from the Plant Floor” by Michelle Segrest.
A recent case study reminds us that industrial 3D printing doesn’t just mean large industrial equipment.
Additive manufacturing is becoming a key part of supply chain strategy.
When it comes to surgical models, the idea is to pick the right 3D printer for the job.
When investing in new industrial 3D printing equipment, a common concern is ROI — it turns out that return on investment can be as fast as 90 days.
It’s not a new idea, but it is still not done widely: using 3D printers onsite in manufacturing processes to increase productivity, safety and speed.