Make your manufacturing tooling faster, simpler and more reliable with additive manufacturing.
I’ve been looking at trinckle’s Fixture Designer software, and it’s quite impressive.
You can now use BigRep FLOW to quickly create tooling for factories with no CAD experience.
The business case for using additive manufacturing has always been challenging for many industries, but now things are becoming much clearer.
Jigs and fixtures are a staple application in 3D printing, but there’s much to know when using them.
Stratasys and nTopology execs share a look at their new collaboration, starting with an impressive FDM Assembly Fixture Generator.
Boom Supersonic’s new XB-1 prototype aircraft turns out to be using plenty of 3D printed parts.
One of the biggest positives of 3D printing is that no tooling is required — but it might just be perfect for making parts including jigs, fixtures, end-use parts, and even tooling.
With the recent spotlight on 3D printing as a result of the pandemic’s bump on supply chains, I listed some ways the technology can help manufacturers.
MakerBot announced a new version of their METHOD series that is specifically designed to 3D print strong carbon fiber parts.
This week’s selection is “Introduction to Manufacturing Processes” by Mikell Groover.
We chatted with ESSENTIUM’s CEO, Blake Teipel to find out more about their strategy and the latest developments.
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.
3D printer manufacturer Essentium just released the results of their recent survey on production 3D printing usage.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi discuss the convergence of shims and 3D printing.
I happened to bump into a new 3D printing application during a data center tour, and this could be big.
One of the most important applications of 3D printing is the production of jigs.