For Researchers develop new multi-material AM technique

Researchers develop new multi-material AM technique

Experts have come up with a new method that allows a laser-based additive manufacturing procedure that previously could just print a single material now uses many at the same time. A group of experts from Columbia University in New York improved the selective laser sintering (SLS) procedure. They did this by overturning the laser. This…

For Additive Manufacturing of Compound Materials through Laser Inversion

Additive Manufacturing of Compound Materials Through Laser Inversion

3D printing through which digitized printing of products which are light, durable and versatile has grown in the last 10 years at an annual growth rate of 20%. The products range includes automobile and aviation parts, medical implants and engineering polymers. Through selective laser sintering, micro-scale powders are printed and fused together to create an…

For NTT DATA XAM to Work With nTopology

NTT DATA XAM to Work With nTopology

nTopology a software company based in NYC has entered into a collaboration with NTT DATA XAM technologies the 3D printing branch of NTT DATA Corporation a division in Nippon Telegraph and Telephone. This comes a month after agreeing with Yaimachi Special Steel to introduce their nTop software to Japan’s automobile industry.  A statement from the…

For Experts to 3D print a sustainable footbridge in RotterDam

Experts to 3D print a sustainable footbridge in Rotterdam

DSM is an international nutritional science company and materials maker. It is working with Royal HaskoningDHV and the City of Rotterdam, a Netherlands-situated engineering consultancy company to additively manufacture a footbridge from a reusable source of stuff. It is scheduled to be set up at the buzzing Kralingse Bos park district in the green heart…