Australian cold spray 3D printer manufacturer SPEE3D has announced plans to “revolutionize” the space sector with low-cost metal 3D printed rocket engines.
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Today on the AM Influencer Series, we are pleased to welcome our guest, Paul Bates, Additive Manufacturing Lead Project Engineer at ASTM International.
Today on the AM Influencer Series, we are pleased to welcome our guest, Dr. Amy Elliott, 3D printing scientist at Oakridge National Laboratory.
Why has RAPID + TCT become, over the past three decades, North America’s largest and most influential AM event? It comes down to the strength and quality of the information, the AM community that
Adam Penna, SME AM Community and Andrew Snow, Sr. Vice President, EOS discuss the road to AM, the future of Additive Manufacturing in manufacturing, and the role the AM community plays.
Adam Penna, SME AM Community and Brennon White, Additive Design & Manufacturing Product Applications Engineer at General Motors discuss the road to AM, the future of Additive Manufacturing in
Larry "Eddie" Preston is speaking at RAPID + TCT.
Reality sometimes has a hard time matching the promise of new technologies. It’s not that the promise isn’t real or achievable; it’s that the existing tools aren’t opening the right doors.
The trend of miniaturization is gaining momentum, as the demand for smaller and smaller parts for consumer electronics, medical devices, robotics and life sciences grows.
Today, Stratasys offers five powerful additive manufacturing technologies (P3, SAF, Polyjet, FDM, and Stereolithography) that are deployed across various industries including manufacturing,