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3D Printing News Briefs: February 8, 2019

3D Printing News Briefs: February 8, 2019

We made it to the weekend! To celebrate, check out our 3D Printing News Briefs today, which covers business, research, and a few other topics as well. PostProcess has signed its 7th channel partner in North America, while GEFERTEC partners with Linde on 3D printing research. Researchers from Purdue and USC are working together to […]

We made it to the weekend! To celebrate, check out our 3D Printing News Briefs today, which covers business, research, and a few other topics as well. PostProcess has signed its 7th channel partner in North America, while GEFERTEC partners with Linde on 3D printing...
Finalists Announced for Additive World Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge

Finalists Announced for Additive World Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge

Every year, Additive Industries holds its Additive World Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge, a competition aimed at professionals and future professionals. The purpose of the challenge is to gather more examples of the practical uses of additive manufacturing and to inspire other industries to develop their own applications. Participants are asked to redesign an existing, conventionally manufactured […]

Every year, Additive Industries holds its Additive World Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge, a competition aimed at professionals and future professionals. The purpose of the challenge is to gather more examples of the practical uses of additive manufacturing...
3D Printing Cost Savings: Low Hanging Fruit – Always Critical, Never Obvious

3D Printing Cost Savings: Low Hanging Fruit – Always Critical, Never Obvious

Additive Industries hosted yet another Additive World Conference last month. This is becoming a tradition, and it’s a good way to draw people’s attention to the state of the art in metal 3D printing, as well as to the Eindhoven region with companies like ASML and of course Additive Industries’ own MetalFab1 machines. There were […]

Additive Industries hosted yet another Additive World Conference last month. This is becoming a tradition, and it’s a good way to draw people’s attention to the state of the art in metal 3D printing, as well as to the Eindhoven region with companies like...
Additive Industries Announces the Winners of the Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge

Additive Industries Announces the Winners of the Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge

We cover a lot of 3D printing and 3D design contests on a regular basis, which I love because we get to see such a wide range of design talent at every level. We’ve seen remarkable winning designs from children as young as five years old. Some challenges, however, are strictly aimed at professionals or […]

We cover a lot of 3D printing and 3D design contests on a regular basis, which I love because we get to see such a wide range of design talent at every level. We’ve seen remarkable winning designs from children as young as five years old. Some challenges,...
Additive Industries Announces Adoption of 3DSIM Software Tools for MetalFAB1

Additive Industries Announces Adoption of 3DSIM Software Tools for MetalFAB1

Metal 3D printing is the future of manufacturing/the 3D printing industry/life as we know it. By now, it comes as no surprise to hear about the explosion of metal additive manufacturing, but it’s still interesting to see how different corporations are implementing it and adapting to its rise within the industry. It’s safe to say […]

Metal 3D printing is the future of manufacturing/the 3D printing industry/life as we know it. By now, it comes as no surprise to hear about the explosion of metal additive manufacturing, but it’s still interesting to see how different corporations are...
Sigma Labs’ In-Process Technology to Overcome Barriers in Metal 3D Printing

Sigma Labs’ In-Process Technology to Overcome Barriers in Metal 3D Printing

The National Institute of Technology (NIST) recognizes the need for in-process sensing and control for the broader acceptance of metal 3D printing. Variation in part quality due to defects in the layer-by-layer additive process restricts the application of metal 3D printing for safety-critical applications. The aerospace and automotive industries would like to add 3D printing […]

The National Institute of Technology (NIST) recognizes the need for in-process sensing and control for the broader acceptance of metal 3D printing. Variation in part quality due to defects in the layer-by-layer additive process restricts the application of metal 3D...
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