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…
The use of gelatin in the additive manufacturing of body tissues and parts has also aided the expansion of the gelatin market.
Ultimaker, an international leader in professional additive manufacturing unveiled Ultimaker Essentials. This is the latest software solution made to assist firms in overcoming key obstacles in the acceptance of 3D printing.
Forward AM is a subsidiary of BASF, an international chemical manufacturing firm. Forward AM has struck a deal to make strong its collaboration with Prismlab, an additive manufacturing procedure and hardware provider. The agreement that was signed at the Shanghai base of Prismlab will witness some of its additive manufacturing photopolymer products included in the…
BEAMIT is an Italy-based industrial 3D printing service provider. It has achieved another milestone in its growth. The company has received National Aerospace and Defence Contractors Accreditation Program ( NADCAP) accreditation for Heat Treating procedures. The certification will allow BEAMIT to take its services to a higher level, attaining the needs of high-end ASDC clients. …
AM service provider Sculpteo has reported the latest offering of high-performance supplies for automotive clients in collaboration with parent firm BASF.
A chemical engineering associate professor, Jiandi Wan from the University of California, Davis spearheaded a fresh droplet-based additive manufacturing technology utilizing microfluidics.
Unforeseen worlds conflict in this study project led by a group of computer scientists and mechanical experts from the University of Minnesota.
ESA, ArianeGroup and DLR German Aerospace Center have successfully developed and hot – fire experimented a thrust chamber exclusively using 3D printing.
Italian woodworking machine leader Biesse is utilizing its additive manufacturing technology to create PPE personal protective equipment (PPE) for regional hospitals.