Rapid Prototyping and Manufacturing Services
Securing 3D Printing
With 3D printing an engine for distributed manufacturing and localized supply chains, new security techniques are emerging to ensure part authenticity and manufacturing resiliency.
European consortium unveils one-meter-in-diameter part manufactured using Direct Metal Laser Melting (DMLM) technologies as part of a push towards lower emissions flight.
Special Focus Issue: Additive Manufacturing Innovations
Read about the latest developments in 3D printing and design for additive manufacturing.
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3DPRINTUK Increases Multi Jet Fusion Capacity
3DPRINTUK adds SLS machine.
Quickparts Adopts Materialise CO-AM Software Platform
Quickparts will use CO-AM to streamline on-demand manufacturing processes across multiple production sites, company reports.
Sumika Partners With Hexagon
This enables more plastic carbon reduction for new vehicles by digitizing sustainable compounds for engineers, according to the companies.
All Aboard: 3D Printer Lands on U.S. Navy Ship
The Phillips Additive Hybrid system, which combines both subtractive and AM technologies, can create spare parts locally while at sea.
Editor’s Pick: Next-Gen Graphics Processing
NVIDIA RTX 6000 Ada Generation available from PNY.
Editor’s Pick: Increasing 3D printing productivity
Formlabs Automation Ecosystem for Formlabs 3D printers are designed to reduce the...
Editor’s Pick: Faster meshing for simulation
Coreform Cubit 2022.11 features impact core workflows including meshing, geometry modification and import...
Editor’s Pick: Multi-system simulation
Elements from Hexagon can examine multiple physics and logic elements in one...