Design for Metal AM by Renishaw – A Beginner’s Guide

Renishaw | Renishaw News 17 August 2017 – Additive manufacturing (AM) gives us tremendous freedom to create components with free-form and intricate features, direct from CAD and without the need for expensive tooling. These complex designs would be impractical, if not impossible, to produce conventionally. Read More »

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WESTEC – Prototype to Production: How Additive Will Influence Manufacturing

Innovations | Technologies | Networking | Knowledge Additive manufacturing continues to grow and provide unprecedented opportunities for manufacturers both large and small. It is predicted that the current worldwide sales pace of AM products and services will be close to $9 billion, with future growth Read More »

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SOUTH-TEC 2017 Celebrates Advancements and Workplace Inclusion in Southeast Manufacturing

  GREENVILLE, SC, August 17, 2017 – Manufacturing is thriving in the southeast and manufacturers are enjoying considerable growth in a host of industries, from petrochemicals and automotive to aerospace. SOUTH-TEC brings leaders and expertise to the region and welcomes the inaugural Women in Automotive Read More »

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Added Scientific Release Public Training Course Offering for Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing Education

Added Scientific release first swathe of dates for public training sessions in Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing. In total, there are 6 courses being offered, from general introductions to AM through to 2-day intensive Metal and Polymer AM sessions. The first session is on the Read More »

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LPW’s latest case study, ‘Maraging Steel: The Effects of Alloy Chemistry on Processability’

LPW’s latest AM case study uses M300 to demonstrate the importance of metal powder specification 17 August, 2017: Runcorn, UK: ‘Maraging Steel: The effects of alloy chemistry on processability’ is the latest informative case study to be published by LPW Technology Ltd, the market leader Read More »

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H.C. Starck Announces New AMPERPRINT® Metal Powder Program for Additive Manufacturing

  Laufenburg, August 10th, 2017 – The German metal powder producer H.C. Starck Surface Technology and Ceramic Powders GmbH, based in Laufenburg and Goslar, is introducing its new AMPERPRINT® range of gas atomized metal powders which is specifically designed for additive manufacturing. In alignment with Read More »

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WESTEC Returns to Los Angeles with a Focus on the Future of Manufacturing Technology and the Workforce

  Los Angeles, Aug. 14, 2017 – WESTEC, a manufacturing forum presenting the latest in advanced manufacturing technology including precision machining, additive manufacturing and 3D printing, software and digital technologies, advanced materials, tooling and more returns to the Los Angeles Convention Center Sept. 12-14. Produced by Read More »

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New LPW Technology – Royal Academy of Engineering Research Chair Created to Mine, Process and Alloy Data, and to Model Novel Alloys for Optimising the Additive Manufacturing Process

  LPW Technology Ltd, Runcorn, 15 August 2017: The LPW/Royal Academy of Engineering Research Chair in ‘Alloy and microstructure design for additive layer manufacturing’ has been created to capitalise on the exciting potential data mining and alloy design for the rapidly growing metal additive manufacturing Read More »

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America Makes Celebrates Five Years

The Institute to Commemorate Its Fifth Birthday with National Celebration;Looks Ahead to the Next Five Years Youngstown, Ohio — August 14, 2017. America Makes proudly announces that it will commemorate the progress and contributions the Institute has made to advance the additive manufacturing (AM) industry Read More »

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Pittsburgh’s Swanson School of Engineering – On Board with New Metallic Alloy Compositions for Additive Manufacturing (AM)

  Pittsburgh’s Swanson School of Engineering recently received an award from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) to design, develop and optimize new metallic alloy compositions for additive manufacturing (AM) that are resistant to the effects of Naval/maritime environment. The research is led by Wei Xiong, Read More »

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