Interesting news from Authentise today regarding three separate partnerships.
Meltio announced an interesting partnership to produce a new robotic metal 3D printing “cell”.
Meltio announced an interesting product that should make it easier to use their DED 3D printing technology.
Meltio has been selected by the US Department of Defense as a strategic partner.
New research has developed an unusual and inexpensive way to dramatically strengthen metal 3D prints using a bimetallic radial approach.
A new research paper describes a method of 3D printing copper and steel within the same job.
Formalloy produces a metal DED 3D printer, and it’s a lot smarter than you might think.
I had a long chat with Ángel Llavero, CEO of Meltio about their unique metal 3D printing process.
Those categories would be “dangerous” and “less dangerous”.
Bharat Fritz Werner announced a new metal DED 3D printer, the truly massive PHOTON 4000G.
Meltio announced their first client for the hybrid CNC system announced last year.
Meltio announced a hybrid metal 3D printer with the help of Philips Corporation.
Relativity Space owns what could become a key patent for additive manufacturing.
Additive manufacturing (AM) can now produce high-quality parts in metal alloys.
As NASA continues to ramp up its work to explore space, 3D printing is taking its place among the stars — or at least the rockets that will get us there.
If real-world usage serves as a proof point, Optomec has just shared 10 million proof points in support of the validity of metal additive manufacturing.
Austria’s SBI International is marketing a new metal 3D printer, the M3D-P, which uses the WAM 3D printing process to produce large metal parts.
We had a chat with Amsterdam-based MX3D, who provide metal 3D printing services for large-scale projects, including bicycles and bridges.
We recently caught up with Optomec for a chat about opportunities in the 3D printing industry.
BLT, also known as Xian Bright Laser Technologies, is one of the major Chinese providers of metal 3D printing technology.
Additive manufacturing mainstay Optomec has acquired Huffman.
Mitsubishi Electric announced a new metal 3D printer.