Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at recent developments in use of 3D print technology for repair activities.
Additive manufacturing company Optomec was awarded a $1 million contract by the U.S. Air Force to repair engine turbine parts.
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.
We recently caught up with Optomec for a chat about opportunities in the 3D printing industry.
Additive manufacturing mainstay Optomec has acquired Huffman.
Optomec announced a new line of hybrid 3D metal printers, the large format Machine Tool Series of LENS systems.
At the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) 2016, it was clear that 3D printing was no longer a tool for prototyping, but something capable of aiding in the manufacturing process—whether it be the 3D printing of tooling or end products themselves.
Optomec announced three new metal-capable 3D printing devices in a new line of equipment.
Optomec announced an improvement in their Aerosol Jet Technology that permits production of very small structures.
Industrial 3D printer manufacturer Optomec will be delivering an Aerosol Jet Quad Print Engine to the Factory Automation and Production Systems (FAPS) Institute at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg to print artificial muscles.