Additive Manufacturing: A New Twist for Stretchable Electronics?

January 3, 2017 by Missouri S&T Electronic components that can be elongated or twisted – known as “stretchable” electronics – could soon be used to power electronic gadgets, the onboard systems of vehicles, medical devices and other products. And a 3-D printing-like approach to manufacturing Read More »

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What Two Things Are Driving Innovation in Manufacturing?

By Erik Sherman | Oerlikon Stories Advanced materials research and additive manufacturing (also known as 3D printing) combine to give companies the ability to make new products never before possible and prototype in a fraction of the time and at a tiny percentage of the Read More »

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Airbus Receives the Federal Ecodesign Award For Its Pioneering Concept

APWorks produced an innovative partition for an aircraft with additive manufacturing technologies using the high performance Scalmalloy® powder Taufkirchen, December, 2016: Airbus received the Federal Ecodesign Award for its innovative Bionic Partition design concept from Maria Krautzberger, President of the Federal Environment Agency. APWorks produced Read More »

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VHM Fonderie Employs Stratasys 3D Printing Across Various Production Processes to Speed up Customer Turnaround Times and Improve Capacity

French foundry and machining company sees lead times cut from up to five weeks to a few hours when producing master models for sand casting molds Stratasys Connex Multi-material 3D Printer utilized for wide array of applications including prototyping, tooling, replacement of obsolete and spare Read More »

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Auburn’s Overfelt Named Director of Center for Industrialized Additive Manufacturing, Awarded $1.5M Grant

By Chris Anthony | Auburn University | Office of Communications and Marketing 11/18/2016 — Auburn University has established a new Center for Industrialized Additive Manufacturing and selected Tony Overfelt, the William and Elizabeth Reed Professor of Mechanical Engineering, as its inaugural director. Additive manufacturing, more commonly Read More »

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CRP Group and Krone Golf Combine Additive and Subtractive Manufacturing Techniques to Create the World’s Most Advanced Golf Driver

KD-1: The first Windform SP 3D printed driver Clubhead with precision CNC machined titanium hitting surface The aim of this case study is to illustrate the construction of CNC machined and 3D Printed driver clubhead on behalf of Krone, the world leader in custom engineered Read More »

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TRUMPF Presents Process Chain for Industrial 3D Printing

Powerful medium format machines with tool change cylinder concept for industrial-scale LMF production – industry-ready periphery for external part and powder management – TruConnect solution range and monitoring for connected manufacturing includes additive manufacturing as well Ditzingen, November, 2016 – TRUMPF, the laser systems manufacturer Read More »

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Oerlikon – Materializing the Third Industrial Revolution

By Erik Sherman | Oerlikon Stories   Why is additive manufacturing, commonly known as 3D printing, the next big step in manufacturing? Additive manufacturing (AM), or often used interchangeably as 3D printing, is at work everywhere in the world. Although still in its early stages, Read More »

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GE Well Positioned to Accelerate the Additive Revolution

Advancing additive as both an equipment provider and end user Building a competitive position in a fast-growing industry Developing a global network of additive capability Leveraging core strength in materials, software and product design Designing and manufacturing high-valued parts BOSTON, MA (USA) – November 15, Read More »

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