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AMCD Dresden is the new center for AM research

The Fraunhofer IWS Dresden and Technische Universität Dresden inaugurated their jointly operated Center for Additive Manufacturing Dresden (AMCD) with a festive ceremony on February 7, 2017.

UL, Ricoh to collaborate on AM training

UL, a global safety science organization, and Ricoh USA, Inc., a technology and services company, has announced a collaboration through which the two companies will provide training to UL and Ricoh customers.
Non-assembly mechanisms in additive manufacturing

Non-assembly mechanisms in additive manufacturing

In the September/October 2016 edition of 3D fab+print magazine Prof. Dr.-Ing. Andreas Gebhardt, Dean of the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics at Aachen University of Applied Sciences in Germany wrote an interesting article about non-assembly mechanisms.

Carpenter Technology acquires Puris LLC

Carpenter Technology Corporation has aquired all assets and business of Puris LLC , a producer of titanium powder for additive manufacturing and advanced technology applications, for USD 35M.

Oerlikon expands additive manufacturing business

Oerlikon is expanding its global additive manufacturing (AM) business with a well-equipped R&D and production facility for additively manufactured advanced components in the Charlotte metro area in North Carolina, USA.

New electrically conductive carbon epoxy developed

Graphene 3D has announced that its Industrial Materials Division has finished the development of a new product: line of highly electrically conductive carbon epoxies. This line of products will be distributed under the G6-EPOXY trade name.

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Non-assembly mechanisms in additive manufacturing

Non-assembly mechanisms in additive manufacturing

In the September/October 2016 edition of 3D fab+print magazine Prof. Dr.-Ing. Andreas Gebhardt, Dean of the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics at Aachen University of Applied Sciences in Germany wrote an interesting article about non-assembly mechanisms.
Specialists Hasan and Roeland tell the participants about the role of a 3D printer in the engineering process and why the dddrop printer is suitable for this.

3D printing for engineers

Would you like to learn more about what 3D printing can mean for you as an engineer? The company dddrop designed information sessions in The Netherlands to tell engineers everything they need to know about 3D printing. Recently another ‘3D printing for engineers’ event took place and 3D fab+print was eager to learn more about this.

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An exciting growth area

Adam Page from Smithers Pira talks briefly about the exciting growth area.

Touchpoint 3D fab+print magic at drupa 2016

Now that drupa 2016 is behind us (May 31st – June 10th , Düsseldorf, Germany), we can look back on this year’s event as being quite exceptional on a large number of fronts, and particularly with regard to the role of the 3D fab+print touchpoint there.