The fabrication methods developed by the researchers demonstrate the potential, both present and future, of 3D printing to expand the range of geometric designs and material composites that lead to devices with novel optical properties.
Aerojet Rocketdyne has successfully completed initial testing of a nearly flight-weight and production-ready configuration of its next-generation RL10C-X upper-stage rocket engine that contains major components produced with the company’s industry-leading 3-D printing technology.
Moog Inc. has recently announced a world first experiment conducted in conjunction with Microsoft, Air New Zealand, and ST Engineering which has the potential to create a point of use, time of need digital supply chain™.
Bastian Solutions has currently debuted the Bastian Solutions Shuttle System, a robotic materials handler with unparalleled efficiency and flexibility made possible with parts designed and built through additive manufacturing.
Additive manufacturing (AM) is poised to be on the brink of becoming the disruptive technology that many have long expected. Disruptive technologies are often deemed too costly, less capable, or too niche to replace incumbent technology.
Audi is expanding the use of 3D printers in Production. Custom designed and locally printed, auxiliary tools from the 3D printer help employees on...
It is rocket science—one NASA project is revolutionizing how liquid rocket engines are made. Additive manufacturing, better known as 3D printing, combined with advanced composite technology could help rocket engines be lighter, cheaper and easier to make.
Polyga Inc., a developer of professional 3D scanning and mesh processing technologies, has recently announced the expansion of the HDI Compact series of 3D scanners by introducing two new models.
In its bid to leapfrog ASEAN countries in the additive manufacturing industry, the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) has launched two 3D printing research facilities in the country.
On the basis of an agreement signed with a new distributor, VSHAPER will offer its 3D Printing solutions on this perspective and highly technologically advanced market.
PyroGenesis Canada Inc. has announced recently that PyroGenesis has now produced titanium powder on its NexGen™ Plasma Atomization System with production rates in excess of 25 kg/h.
NexTech AR Solutions has announced recently that it has acquired a high volume 3D scanner for 3D digital asset creation. The new equipment can scan as many as 300 objects per day; previously the Company was only able to complete 12 object scans per day.
3D Systems On Demand’s facility in Pinerolo, T/O, Italy is part of a global network of industry-leading facilities that deliver a full portfolio of conventional and additive manufacturing services that empower designers and engineers with the tools to design, iterate, and produce quality parts.
DNV GL has been appointed as the lead researcher of the first phase of a new Singapore-based program to study the feasibility of additive manufacturing (AM), or 3D printing, in the maritime industry.
This course will give an overview of available processes, explain their underlying physical principles, present practical examples from joint industry projects, standards and qualification of AM parts, as well as discuss current research.