Additive Manufacturing

  • 3D Systems and Stewart-Haas Racing enter three-year partnership to perfect the NASCAR team's automotive components.

    3D Systems and Stewart-Haas Racing enter three-year partnership

    3D Systems and Stewart-Haas Racing, the championship-winning NASCAR team that has relied on 3D Systems’ ProX 800 stereolithography and Figure 4 Standalone 3D printers to improve speed and performance in its racecars, have recently entered a technical partnership. With the help of 3D Systems and this three-year partnership, Stewart-Haas Racing…

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  • Italdesign’s Climb-E concept features 3DFashion technology

    Storied Italian automotive design studio Italdesign celebrated its 55th anniversary at CES 2023 in Las Vegas with Climb- E, an autonomous transportation concept that can guarantee a seamless private travel experience. Climb-E embraces evolution in the concept of local sustainable urban mobility into continuous sustainable urban mobility. While it is…

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  • Lithoz partners with Wendt India to grow in the Indian market

    Lithoz GmbH, a global market and technology leader in ceramic 3D printers and materials, signed a sales partnership agreement with Wendt (India) Ltd., strategically extending operations to the subcontinent’s fast-growing 3D printing market. The cooperation with WIL, an internationally reputed operator in the field of super abrasive grinding wheels and…

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  • 3DEO launches 316 stainless steel for high volume metal AM

    Los Angeles-based 3DEO, a design, engineering and manufacturing firm, recognized as the world’s highest volume metal 3D printing service (as per data collected in 3dpbm’s Metal AM report) introduced 316L austenitic stainless steel for its proprietary binder jetting-based metal 3D printing process. The new material is available to customers across…

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  • IMI Critical and Velo3D prove distributed manufacturing by printing the same certified part in six locations and three different countries.

    Velo3D proves distributed manufacturing on a global scale

    While conventional manufacturing technology has delivered in-country products on a global basis for decades – it has often involved dedicated, high-cost production assets and personnel that lack flexibility. Supply chain issues with procurement, as well as production lag times inherent to technologies like casting, can further add to costs and…

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  • Sculpteo to purchase AM-VISION, AM-SORT and AM-BAGGING systems

    Sculpteo, part of BASF and a leading online 3D printing service provider in France, signed a contract with Dutch company AM-Flow to purchase multiple AM-Flow systems and specifically the AM-VISION, AM-SORT and AM-BAGGING systems. The combined cutting-edge system will help revolutionize Sculpteo’s production process by using advanced vision technology to…

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  • rms Company acquires 3D Systems' DMP Flex 350 Dual. Adding to the company's portfolio of more than 30 DMP 3D printers.

    rms Company acquires 3D Systems’ DMP Flex 350 Dual

    rms Company, one of the largest contract manufacturers of high-quality, tight-tolerance medical devices, has added 3D Systems’ DMP Flex 350 Dual to its production workflow. rms has more than 30 3D Systems’ DMP 3D printers in its additive manufacturing facility – enabling the company to provide a complete ‘Powder to…

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  • FGK extends partnership with AIM3D on ceramic AM research

    The 3D printing process is becoming increasingly important for glass and ceramics and now complements conventional, mold-based casting processes or even milling. Since 2021, FGK (Forschungsinstitut für Glas/Keramik) in Hoehr-Grenzhausen has been using an ExAM 255 CEM 3D printing system from extrusion specialist AIM3D for research purposes. The AM process…

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  • VW’s ID XTREME off-road concept car could go in production

    Volkswagen presented the ID XTREME last year in Locarno as an exceptional off-road concept car for electric mobility fans. The fully electric concept car with an all-wheel drive system and 50 mm wider, 3D printed wings could go into production. It is based on the ID.4 GTX and combines the…

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  • Babcock manufactures first 3D printed metal parts for British Army, to tackle the growing challenges of technical and commercial obsolescence

    Babcock manufactures first 3D printed metal parts for British Army

    International defense company, Babcock, has manufactured and fitted what are believed to be the first 3D printed metal parts to be used across the British Army’s active armored fleets. The steel components were created specifically to tackle the growing challenges of technical and commercial obsolescence, and were fitted onto in-service fleets,…

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