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3DX Industries’ binder jet additive process to be featured in upcoming McGraw-Hill publication

3DX Industries, Inc., a state of the art manufacturer specializing in 3D metal printing, has been selected as a featured company in McGraw-Hill Global Educations latest manufacturing publication released on April 30, 2018. The Company hosted a tour of its facility with representatives from McGraw-Hill Global Education (McGraw-Hill) with the …

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Digital Molding: 3D Systems ushers in new era of manufacturing with Figure 4 Production

As an industry, additive manufacturing (AM) is seeking to disrupt industrial production practices that have been dominated by injection molding for over a century. Today, we are closer than ever to that reality: sophisticated 3D printing technologies are proving to be a viable means for fulfilling new manufacturing philosophies centered …

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SUNY Buffalo and Moog develop metal additive manufacturing AI system

With today’s equipment, process development and process control are part of using metal additive manufacturing to make critical parts. Even with the application of applied industrial statistical techniques like Design of Experiments (DoE), the experimental workload is significant. A substantial proportion of this time is spent inspecting sample parts under …

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Titomic Kinetic Fusion can 3D print industrial scale titanium parts up to 20 times faster than DED

Titomic Kinetic Fusion

Every major system manufacturer and adopter is working on innovations that could make current DED and metal PBF technologies able to deliver larger parts at lower costs. Australia based Titomic already has that capability and is instead working on getting the word out on its Titomic kinetic fusion technology, which …

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Top 3D printing designers discuss their approach to DfAM (Design for Additive Manufacturing)

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While 3D printing has now been around for over thirty years, and some 3D printing designers have been exploring the technology since then, until recently, there was no clear-cut approach to fully exploiting the technology’s potential for near-limitless geometries. The recent rise in the adoption of the acronym DfAM (Design …

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Deposition AM is the future of production in the Siemens Additive Manufacturing Experience center

Software, tech and industrial giant Siemens has been making very significant investments – and closing very important partnerships – in the world of Additive Manufacturing, a family of technologies that the company views as absolutely strategic for the future. While these moves have directly involved all major AM technologies, after …

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