3D Printing Processes

  • Mantle, a company whose proprietary 3D printing technology makes high-precision metal parts, came out of stealth and launched its TrueShape technology. Mantle is focused on improving the time-consuming and expensive process of creating tools and has developed what it describes as “the most precise and efficient metal 3D printing technology…

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  • Like CERN, ITER, the ISS and Nasa’s rovers, NIF (National Ignition Facility) is a wonder of engineering and one of the largest and most complex machines created by humans. Its purpose is to ignite nuclear fusion, making it produce more energy than it consumes, using multiple high-power lasers. Like all…

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  • Inkbit Vista launch

    Inkbit, a Massachusetts-based spinout from MIT, has officially launched Inkbit Vista, a highly automated polymer additive manufacturing solution. The system, based on inkjet deposition technology, features closed-loop feedback control, multi-material capabilities and is powered by 3D machine vision and AI. Since it was founded in 2017, Inkbit has made significant…

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  • Homogenized lattice structure from Ansys Material Designer captures desired stress redistribution.

    Ansys and Siemens Energy are partnering to offer an improved design process for creating additive manufacturing (AM) parts. The collaboration unites Siemens Energy’s powder bed fusion (PBF) AM printing process with Ansys simulation solutions — empowering AM designers to generate ultra-precise parts, significantly reduce production time and expedite products to market. While…

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  • A Sintavia schematic that is subject to the AS 9100 standard.

    Sintavia achieved AS 9100 approval for product design and development. The approval followed months of auditing the company’s past performance as a designer and additive manufacturer of thermal and airfoil components for aerospace, defense, and space industry applications. The new approval allows the company to offer its flight and launch…

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  • Uniformity Labs (UL) completed an impressive $38.35 million Series B financing round to further develop and grow its holistic approach to metal additive manufacturing. The Californian company is an additive manufacturing (AM) parts, printing, and metal feedstock producer that has pioneered refining and printing processes to enhance the 3D printing…

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  • After the first 12 very successful issues in 2020, 3dpbm’s AM Focus 2021 eBook is back with this year’s first edition, zooming in on automotive additive manufacturing. Like every eBook edition, this issue is published as part of our month-long AM Focus, where we had the opportunity to highlight some…

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  • SLM Solutions' NG XII 600 system

    SLM Solutions signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with a major European original equipment manufacturer (OEM), which will purchase five NXG XII 600 machines. The formal contract between the parties will be signed in 2021 Q2, with the first machine delivery scheduled for 2022. The agreement further allows for the…

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  • The Italian firm World’s Advanced Saving Project (WASP) has completed the printing phase of its TECLA supporting structure, a 3D printed house based on natural materials that is made with multiple 3D printers operating at the same time. The habitat model was engineered by WASP and designed by MC A, Mario Cucinella Architects.…

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  • IAM 3D HUB, a digital innovation centre, incorporated Renishaw’s latest metal 3D printing model, the RenAM 500Q, into its facilities. This new equipment encourages innovation and the use of high technology in metal additive manufacturing. IAM makes this addition in conjunction with its facility expansion, which has taken place in…

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