Design for additive manufacturing (DFAM) is an industry term that’s been used since additive manufacturing started picking up steam as an alternative.
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This article will focus on Carl Dekker. Dekker serves as the president of Met-L-Flo Inc. and has attended 17 iterations of RAPID + TCT.
A Q&A with Eric Barnes of Northrop Grumman, Additive Manufacturing Fellow. Barnes has 30 years experience and has shared a wealth of experience and advice.
Exhibitors and visitors alike have hailed the 2019 edition of RAPID + TCT as the best event in its history, with record attendance numbers engaging with the largest show floor ever seen at the
Nearly 9,000 manufacturing professionals from around the world converged in Detroit for this year’s RAPID + TCT, North America’s most influential additive manufacturing (AM) event.
Recently, I, along with thousands of others, traveled to Detroit, Michigan – which boasts the highest concentration of engineering talent in the entire US – to attend this year’s RAPID +
Applications are the driving force behind broadening additive manufacturing’s use in the automotive industry, according to General Motor Co.’s Kevin Quinn.
As one of the biggest 3D printing events of the year, last week’s RAPID + TCT conference created the busiest news week of 2019 so far.
This year’s RAPID + TCT show displayed further evidence of additive manufacturing’s (AM) continued maturation into a mass-production technology.
As additive manufacturing matures, improvements in the technology can help companies to create economies of scale, but only if material costs are low.