Linde Introduces Controlled CO2 Snow for Cleaning 3D-Printed Parts

ADDvance® Cryoclean system can remove surface oxides, unfused powders and residues Bridgewater, N.J., U.S., May 23, 2018 – Linde LLC showcased the new ADDvance® Cryoclean system for blast cleaning parts produced by additive manufacturing (AM) or other powder-metal processes, along with a range of gas-based Read More »

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Stratasys Adds PEKK-Based, High-Performance Thermoplastic: Antero 800NA, for FDM Process

New material allows aerospace and other high-performance vehicle makers to move to additive manufacturing for high-temperature, chemical-exposed parts MINNEAPOLIS & REHOVOT, Israel — April 10, 2018 — (BUSINESS WIRE) — Stratasys (Nasdaq:SSYS), a global leader in applied additive technology solutions, today introduced for its FDM Read More »

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GE Breaks Ground on First Power & Water Advanced Manufacturing Facility

Strengthens GE’s Power & Water technical capabilities, developing best-in-class innovations for customers across the globe Facility capitalizes on $500 million in recent Power & Water investments and further expands GE’s commitment to advanced manufacturing Power & Water Advanced Manufacturing facility will create more than 80 Read More »

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DSM Introduces Somos® PerFORM for 3D Printing

by DSM Royal DSM, the global Life Sciences and Materials Sciences company, introduces Somos® PerFORM, the latest composite material for 3D Printing, answering the need for parts that require thermal stability, extreme accuracy and a quick turnaround. Users can achieve maximum accuracy and detail with a Read More »

Somos® PerFORM part (Photo courtesy of DSM)

Cincinnati Inc. Delivers to ORNL

By Cincinnati Inc. Cincinnati Incorporated has delivered the motion system to Oak Ridge National Laboratories (ORNL) for the development of BAAM, the big area additive manufacturing machine. The Oak Ridge Manufacturing Demonstration Facility and CINCINNATI are jointly developing the system. CINCINNATI expects to have BAAM Read More »

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First Metal 3D-Printed Bicycle Frame Manufactured by Renishaw for Empire Cycles

by Renishaw GLOUCESTERSHIRE, UK – Renishaw, the UK’s only manufacturer of metal-based additive manufacturing machines, has collaborated with a leading British bicycle company to create the world’s first 3D-printed metal bike frame. Empire Cycles, located in Northwest England, designed the mountain bike to be stronger Read More »

AM Renishaw and Empire (Photo courtesy of Renishaw)

MakerBot: Recreating the 4-8-8-4 Big Boy Locomotive

by MakerBot® Paul Fischer makes 3D sketches of big, complicated machines for fun. He recreated the King Tiger and other German tanks from World War II, but that only made him more ambitious. “I was looking for something bigger to draw after tanks,” says Fischer, Read More »

MakerBot® Big Boy Locomotive Model (Photo courtesy of MakerBot®)

Trailblazing Technology: MTU Aero Engines Produces Parts by Additive Manufacturing

by MTU Borescope bosses for A320neo Geared TurbofanTM are made by selective laser melting Munich, March 13, 2014 – Additive manufacturing technology is rapidly spreading from one industry sector to the next. In the field of aero engine construction, Munich-based MTU Aero Engines has achieved Read More »

MTU Selective Laser Melting (Photo courtesy of MTU)

MarkForged Mark One™-World’s First 3D Printer Designed to Print Continuous Carbon Fiber

by MarkForged MarkForged was founded by an aerospace engineer – the kind of person who loves pushing the envelope. After years of designing and manufacturing high-performance composite race car wings, Greg Mark realized that you could use 3D printing hardware to automate the composite layup Read More »

MarkForged AirFoil on Ferrari F430 (Photo Courtesy of MarkForged)