Additive Manufacturing is steadily gaining acceptance for production of critical components in various industries. In the forefront of the development in the Metal Additive Manufacturing sphere is Arcam, who experience an increasing number of production applications for their EBM (Electron Beam Melting) process
Massivit 3D Printing Technologies will be present at EuroShop to demonstrate how its 3D printing technology is transforming the way advertising, high-level marketing, and themed projects are created.
RapidPro has acquired a prominent place in the exhibition landscape in recent years. In this years’ edition the organisers want to put special emphasis on the business case, because – whilst technologically a lot is possible – this is where the biggest challenges surface at the moment.
What will become of traditional professionals, such as engravers and providers of machining services? Will they still have work? Itamar Yona from Aviv3D elaborates on these question of what will become of traditional professionals in the 3D printing era.
What is actually considered intellectual property with respect to 3D printing? Plenty of things can be told about the various types of intellectual property in relation to 3D printing; herewith a brief overview.
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.
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.
Back in 2015, Constantine Ivanov, Co-founder & CEO of DigiFabster wrote an article about the unrealized potential of 3D printing and in his introduction he stated: “A disruptive industry, in need of disruption and innovation”. In theory 3D printing is great, in practice there is still a lot to be won.
In 2016 Bram Grandjean wrote an article for 3D fab+print magazine about Melotte’s conformal cooling for mold making, in which two separate case studies are cited to provide solutions for solving sprue bushing challenges of end-user companies.
Dr. Rainer Leo Meisel is Senior Manager for Applied Technology Metal Powders at H.C. Starck Surface Technology and Ceramic Powders GmbH in Laufenberg, Germany. He recently talked about high market dynamics and the rapidly growing range of 3D printing materials.
For the latest issue of 3D fab+print magazine Gillian Kersley and Jolanda Heunen interviewed Mr Stefan Ritt, VP Global Marketing and Communications at SLM Solutions GmbH in Lübeck, Germany. Mr Ritt is also Chairman of the Work Group ‘Additive Manufacturing in Aerospace’.
Ever since the very first edition of 3D fab+print magazine back in September 2015, law firm DWF Germany have been contributing articles about 3D printing and law.
Companies in the retail industry can integrate 3D printing into their business model in several ways and for retail companies unleashing their imagination can create many desirable opportunities.
3D printing is poised to fundamentally change manufacturing across all industries; the technology will serve as the basis for countless innovations in product development and production. Conrad Electronic and trinckle 3D GmbH have partnered to harness the unparalleled potential of 3D printing for their customers.
The emerging opportunity for ‘reshoring’ products in the West is given further impetus by the increasing use of 3D printing, says Ko Buijs from Innomet.