Additive Industries Presents Competitive Entry Model MetalFAB1 for Process Development and Prototyping

New 3D metal printing system combines largest symmetrical build chamber and compact footprint Eindhoven, The Netherlands – On the first day of its Additive World Conference, Additive Industries has presented a new entry-level model of its MetalFAB1 industrial 3D metal printing system. The system is Read More »

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Arconic Strengthens Its 3D Printing Collaboration With Airbus

Arconic to supply 3D Printed nickel and titanium parts for Airbus airplanes Under two new agreements Builds on agreement announced earlier this year to supply 3D printed titanium fuselage and engine pylon components for Airbus commercial aircraft Expands Arconic’s position on high-growth platforms, including the Read More »

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Sciaky to Deliver Large, Industrial-Scale Metal 3D Printer to Airbus

Sciaky’s Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM™) system will help the leading aircraft manufacturer save significant time and cost on the production of large titanium structural parts  CHICAGO, Illinois – Sciaky, Inc., a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries, Inc. (PSI), and leading provider of metal additive 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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Alcoa Opens 3D Printing Metal Powder Plant

State-of-the-art, 3D printing metal powder production facility located at Alcoa’s Technology Center outside Pittsburgh, PA Alcoa will produce proprietary titanium, nickel and aluminum powders optimized for 3D printing aerospace parts Builds on more than a century of experience in metal alloy development and metal powder Read More »

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EXCLUSIVE with nTopology, Inc. — Making Lattice Design an Integrated and Seamless Part of the Design Process

  nTopology, Inc., based in New York, New York, USA, recently released a topology optimization software program called Element Free that provides engineers and designers with the ability to create complex structures using lattice design tools. Currently, Element Free is a free, Windows download application. Read More »

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Airbus Tests High-Tech Concepts with an Innovative 3D-Printed Mini Aircraft

13 June 2016 — A small-sized pilotless aircraft made using 3D printing (additive layer manufacturing) processes is showcasing Airbus’ pioneering and innovative spirit. Airbus is using this mini aircraft project – known as THOR (Testing High-tech Objectives in Reality) – as a testbed for futuristic Read More »

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Additive Industries Presents MetalFAB1 in North America

Additive Industries introduces their first industrial 3D metal printing system at RAPID in Orlando At RAPID 2016, North America’s largest professional 3D printing tradeshow, Additive Industries presents it first truly industrial 3D metal printing system, MetalFAB1. This is the first time across the Atlantic and Read More »

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Alcoa to Supply 3D-Printed Metal Parts for Airbus Aircraft

Alcoa to supply 3D-printed titanium fuselage and engine pylon parts Agreement to leverage Alcoa’s comprehensive capabilities from advanced alloy development to finished part production Supply agreement draws on new technologies gained through RTI acquisition and organic expansions NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Lightweight metals leader Alcoa (NYSE:AA) Read More »

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Airbus Group – Pioneering Bionic 3D Printing; Learning from Nature

Published by Airbus Group | www.airbusgroup.com/Airbus-stories Autodesk and Airbus have unveiled the world’s largest 3D printed airplane cabin component: a ‘bionic partition’ to separate the passenger cabin from the galley.The innovative design mimics the organic cellular structure and bone growth found in living organisms. A Read More »

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