Roush Invests in New Additive Manufacturing Equipment

Product development supplier buys world’s largest powderbed additive system to expand reach in multiple industries LIVONIA, MICH. (January 18, 2017) — Today Roush is the first service supplier in North America with the largest metal additive manufacturing system of its kind. Additive manufacturing is a Read More »

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Sciaky Posts Record December with the Sale of Four EBAM® Metal 3D Printing Systems

The EBAM systems will be used to 3D print titanium structures for aerospace applications, as well as to produce large parts for ground-based military vehicles, and warships Chicago, Illinois | January 3, 2018 – Sciaky, Inc., a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries, Inc. (PSI) and Read More »

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Stratasys Promotes New Pathway – Aircraft Interiors Certification Solution

  At the International Paris Air Show this past summer, Stratasys Ltd. announced a new pathway to help aircraft manufacturers achieve certification of additively manufactured airline interior parts faster and in a more cost effective manner. The new Aircraft Interiors Certification Solution embodies a holistic Read More »

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EOS Partners with University of Wolverhampton and SHR Hochschule Berlin to Introduce Expert 3D Printing Training Programme

  London, April 6, 2017– EOS, the global technology leader for industrial 3D printing of metals and polymers, today announces a first of its kind 3D Printing training course, collaborating with two leading universities in the UK and Germany. For this six month ‘Additive Manufacturing Read More »

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Exceed limits: BMW i8 customer event at APWorks

Exceed the limits of what is feasible. Even during a helicopter pursuit Taufkirchen, April 2017: An exceptional event – approximately 50 guests and BMW i8 drivers visited APWorks in Taufkirchen, Germany end of March to get an overview of the Airbus subsidiary. Statements such as: Read More »

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