The largest metal 3D printer in the world (print volume of 30’x20’x12’) is being built for the US Army Ground Vehicle Systems Center (Army-GVSC) and the US Army Advanced Manufacturing Center of
This presentation is intended to showcase two different case studies on the evaluation of AM parts and processes for Aerospace and Space applications.
There is a shift happening in the medical device world where hospitals are now evaluating whether they may play a role in not just the use but also the manufacturing of medical devices.
A visually rich presentation, making one-to-one parameter performance comparisons between standard billet and Solid-State Frictional Stir Additive Manufacturing (FSAM) macro constructs resulting
The Fuse Filament Fabrication (FFF) technology is evolving in terms of processable materials, print resolution, build volume, and print quality.
Additive manufacturing continues to blaze new trails – validating its use beyond rapid prototyping and into bridge-to-production and production parts.
Large-scale additive manufacturing with pellet feedstock is an industrial manufacturing process that has enabled printing parts in the scale of multiple meters and at material deposition rates of
Additive Manufacturing (also AM or 3D printing) is now an accepted form of manufacturing for a range of industrial applications from medical, automotive, consumer products, commercial aviation,
Often the conversation around additive manufacturing applications is do your material properties meet those of wrought or cast components.
Attendees visit RAPID + TCT, featured technologies, to research and source the latest equipment, materials and services in additive manufacturing