3D printing is a highly reliable, cost-effective and relatively easy-to-use production technology for small- to medium-volume applications and can rival injection molding.
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Researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory designed a novel polymer to bind and strengthen silica sand for binder jet additive manufacturing, a 3D-printing method used
Researchers are one step closer to autonomously 3D printing metals in space.
By Todd Grimm. RAPID + TCT 2021 was a fantastic event for all those involved—attendees, exhibitors, and speakers. Yes, the event was smaller (by design), but there was still much to see and learn.
Join Todd Grimm as he walks through the top highlights from RAPID + TCT 2021 including special moments and new products, materials, and solutions that were revealed at the event! Todd Grimm is an
From the RAPID + TCT show floor, Pia Harlaß catches up with Adam Penna to share more about DyeMansions North American expansion as well as the latest Additive Manufacturing post processing
Adam Penna, SME AM Community catches up with Sarah Webster, Chief Marketing Officer at ExOne about new binder jetting 3D printing technology and materials including metals, ceramics, and sands
Adam Penna, SME AM Community catches up with Amy Alexander, Unit Head, Biomechanical Development & Applied Computational Engineering at Mayo Clinic about new additive technologies, point-of-care
Adam Penna, SME AM Community catches up with Olivia Krueger, Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Student at UW-Stout about new additive technologies, insights from industry experts and
Adam Penna, SME AM Community catches up with Donald G Godfrey, Global Director Business Development Aviation & Defense at SLM Solutions about new SLM partnerships and multi-laser overlap