As of now, MAN Diesel & Turbo is equipping gas turbines with 3D-printed components. To exploit the potential of the technology even further, MAN Diesel & Turbo is currently investing in the “MAN Center for Additive Manufacturing".
Dr Gianmario Scotti, from the Faculty of Pharmacy, has found polypropylene on eBay, and bought a couple of rolls of filament. And after just a handful of developmental phases, the researchers created a microreactor that can be used for mass spectrometry analysis.
Aleph Objects, Inc., makers of the award-winning LulzBot 3D Printers, has announced two major milestones that position it for continued success.
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) has launched the University Research Facility in 3D Printing (U3DP) to support teaching, learning and research.
On Wednesday, May 10, GABA – the German American Business Association – organise an event on how additive manufacturing and smart manufacturing are revolutionising the world. Manufacturers will be challenged to learn from their data not only to gain an edge in production, but to develop adaptive complementary options and services for their products, generating new revenue streams.
Continental, one of the world's leading automotive suppliers, has made a commitment to additive manufacturing of metal parts.
On March 30th 2017, Airbus successfully flew Liebherr-Aerospace’s 3D printed spoiler actuator valve block on a flight test A380.
Wohlers Associates, Inc., a consulting firm focused on additive manufacturing and 3D printing worldwide, has announced a 3-day course on Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM), which is being held in collaboration with Materialise, an industry-leading provider of 3D printing software and services.
Premium AEROTEC, the aerostructures supplier, holds a leading position within its sector for Metal 3D printing technology.
FIT, the German additive manufacturing group, has announced the appointment of Kenneth D. Gray as the Chairman of FIT America Inc.
Adidas’s unveils Futurecraft 4D, the world’s first high-performance footwear featuring midsoles crafted with light and oxygen using Digital Light Synthesis, a technology pioneered by Carbon. Futurecraft 4D is a fruition of adidas Futurecraft - the brand’s journey to define the future of craftsmanship through exploring new technology, design and collaboration in order to provide the best for each athlete.
When thinking about the relationship between the titanium, aerospace and 3D printing industries, words like ‘dynamic’ and ‘disruptive’ spring readily to mind. These three interdependent industries are in a mutually reinforcing upward spiral: increasing demand for more efficient jet engines and lighter aircraft structures is forcing a rethink of how these aircraft are constructed; this is driving new manufacturing methods, especially 3D printing.
EOS, the global technology leader for industrial 3D printing of metals and polymers, has announced a 3D Printing training course, collaborating with two leading universities in the UK and Germany.
Additive Manufacturing (AM), widely known as 3D-printing, has been identified as one of the key enabling technologies to improve European industrial competitiveness.
EnvisionTEC, a global leader in 3D printers for the in-ear device and monitor market, and 3Shape, a global leader in 3D scanning and CAD/CAM software, have launched a new turnkey system for scanning, modelling, and printing in-ear devices.