Several new AM materials were announced in the past week.
Fremont, Calif.-based additive manufacturing company Uniformity Labs has taken solar-powered car racing to the next level with its new AlSi10Mg aluminum alloy powder.
SLM Solutions announced a blockbuster sale of their flagship NXG XII 600 to Divergent, and there are implications.
Several new AM materials were announced in the past week.
Engineering.com caught up with Velo3D founder and CEO, Benny Buller, as the metal 3D printing company went public.
Charles R. Goulding and Randall Rothbort look at the implications of Desktop Metal potentially competing with their own clients.
It is certainly a milestone if you’ve purchased the largest 3D printer on the market, but what if you bought another?
Meltio announced their first client for the hybrid CNC system announced last year.
Farsoon added a new LPBF 3D printer to their catalog: the FS273M.
Researchers have identified another area of application for 3D printing: catalysts.
6K announced a huge US$51M investment raise, allow them to triple their capacity.
BOFA’s new AM 400 fume extraction device includes a new safety feature designed specifically for additive manufacturing operations.
A new study is to determine precisely how sustainable 3D printing processes can be.
Renishaw has commenced testing of a new “flex” printer at DMC.
The copper e-winding design was developed using binder jet 3D printing and will be used for electric drive systems.
3DQue announced the results of an internal study exploring ways to inexpensively 3D print metal objects.
3D Systems and Desktop Metal announced notable corporate acquisitions.
MX3D has 3D printed a prototype metal lunar habitat floor for ESA.
XJET announced “SMART”, an intelligent post-processing workstation.
Desktop Metal announced the availability of 316L steel for their Shop System.
A detailed research report has been published that shows in extreme detail the usage of metal additive manufacturing techniques in the aerospace sector.
Meltio announced a hybrid metal 3D printer with the help of Philips Corporation.
The low cost, low-to-zero carbon titanium material is expected to expand access and innovation in additive manufacturing applications.
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Researchers at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory seem to have developed a way to optimize printing with multiple toolheads.
3DEO announced they’ve produced their 1,000,000th 3D printed metal part.
I had a thought about the equipment being used by 3D print services.
I came upon a news release explaining that Fabric8Labs raised US$19M. But who are they and what do they do?
Digital Metal announced an accessory for their popular DM P2500 high-resolution metal 3D printer.
Charles R. Goulding and Joseph Castine examine the rise of both prices and interest in copper as the material continues to see more use in 3D printing.
The long-anticipated stainless steel 3D printed Smart Bridge has finally been unveiled in Amsterdam’s Red Light District.
In a major multi-material 3D printing move, Desktop Metal has acquired Aerosint.
I spoke with Sakuú’s VP of Marketing and Business development, David Pederson, to find out more about this mysterious 3D print startup.
Protolabs announced the addition of another giant metal 3D printer.
What will a meltpool look like? That’s what researchers can now predict with some accuracy.
Protolabs is employing two separate large-scale 3D printers to meet the rising demand for bigger metal parts.
Today, GKN Additive announces its latest metal powders for additive manufacturing, adapted from a popular traditional automotive material.
The US army has awarded a contract to a group to construct what will likely be the largest metal 3D printer ever built.
SLM Solutions announced a new technology called “Free Float” that dramatically reduces the need for support material.
This week, Markforged announced new additions to its 3D printing platform.
SLM Solutions is teasing us with a pending announcement of something “big”.
Volkswagen announced a collaboration with Siemens and HP to enable production of complex 3D printed parts for future vehicles.
Rocket company Launcher has teamed up with 3D printer VELO3D and simulation software provider Ansys to overhaul the design and manufacture of its liquid oxygen (LOX) turbopump, a critical component of the company’s E-2 rocket engine.
I’m seeing evidence that 3D printing has truly taken hold in advanced manufacturing, at least in some industries.
Relativity Space owns what could become a key patent for additive manufacturing.
Relativity Space revealed Terran R, their fully 3D printed reusable rocket.
On May 25 and 26, 2021, Cimquest held its annual Xpand3D event, virtually.
Working with GE Additive, GE Aviation has made the switch to 3D printing four parts that were previously produced with castings.
Desktop Metal has announced that 4140 low-alloy steel is now qualified for high-volume use on the Production System platform.
The US NIST has developed a technique for measuring mechanical stress in 3D printed metal parts that could change how 3D printing is done.
AddUp announced a new metal 3 printer, the FormUp 350, and it includes quite a number of unusual features.
Rocket startup Launcher has acquired a massive custom-designed metal 3D printer from AMCM.
ExOne may be the most committed and experienced metal 3D printer company in the world.
AML3D is an Australian startup producing large-format metal 3D printers.
The INDEX Group of Germany has acquired the majority of the shares in One Click Metal.
Two companies have partnered to develop an additive manufacturing system using wire-based electron beam melting.
Materialise consolidated its metal 3D printing operations in Germany.
Another day, another significant additive manufacturing investment.
Desktop Metal and Uniformity Labs have developed Uniformity 6061, a powder that enables aluminum sintering for binder jetting.
A new 3D printer filament product will open up some interesting thermal applications.
SLM Solutions described an interesting metal 3D printed part made for an aerospace client.
Top performing additive manufacturing staff are hard to find, and EOS is set to change that.
SPEE3D announced a 3D print simulation that provides a unique way to market, train and experience the technology.
ExOne announced a new atmosphere-controlled version of their massive X1 160Pro metal 3D printer, opening up the possibility of using many different metals.
A new consortium in the UK has been established to develop and promote the use of WAAM 3D printing technology for commercial applications.
Andrea Clark is the president and CEO of Gefertec LLC and our Women in 3D Printing Guest #269!
Sintavia published an excellent document describing the condensate problem at many metal 3D print operations.
The team at Mantle shares insights into their intriguing new precision metal 3D printing offering.
Desktop Metal and ExOne have announced breakthroughs this week in binder jetting capabilities for aluminum.
A collaboration between MX3D and Takenaka has resulted in a 3D-printed steel connector for use in structural construction.
Aurora Labs provided an update on their ongoing metallurgy project with Gränges.
Aerospace startup Relativity Space announced plans to develop a massive rocket booster that would be entirely 3D printed.
Renishaw is up for sale.
New research investigates the properties of high entropy alloys when used for additive manufacturing.
Farsoon’s metal 3D printers have been used to produce an officially approved medical implant in China.
A startup company has leveraged 3D printing technology to produce a revolutionary new approach to aircraft propulsion.
Orbex has commissioned what will apparently be the largest industrial 3D printer in Europe.
While attempts to develop a new material may not always pan out, a successful attempt in 2018 has led to ongoing research and new potentials.
Digital Metal announced the availability of copper material for their metal 3D printer.
You probably haven’t heard of Mantle, and that’s because they’ve been in stealth mode until this week.
ALTANA has completed its acquisition of TLS, focusing on the metal 3D printing powder market.
At the end of 2020, the NIST awarded almost $4 million in grants supporting metal 3D printing measurement methods and standards.
MakerBot announced a new way to 3D print metal on their equipment.
Xact Metal announced a key partnership with GoEngineer.
Janne Kyttanen’s 3D printed popsicle process is a lot more powerful than I realized.
The partnership involving ExOne and Rapidia highlights some of the problems in 3D printing these days.
There’s a new office-friendly metal 3D printing system on the market as ExOne and Rapidia introduce the Metal Designlab 3D printer and X1F furnace.
Engineers, scientists, and manufacturing experts around the world are in a frustrating spot when it comes to additive manufacturing (AM).
The first Xerox metal 3D printer installation is more than a customer sale: it’s the start of a collaboration with the Naval Postgraduate School.
The key word is “easy” for the latest metal 3D printing launch from Desktop Metal.
UK-based Wayland Additive has released some additional details of their unusual NeuBeam metal 3D printing process.
As more manufacturers combine additive manufacturing (AM) processes with innovative design techniques using modern software, the products once thought of as “one-size-fits-all” are becoming increasingly personalized.
It’s likely we will see increasingly larger 3D printers in the future.
Intech Additive Solutions announced a new metal 3D printers that has a much bigger build volume.
Additive manufacturing (AM) can now produce high-quality parts in metal alloys.