Additive Manufacturing Systems

Human Powered Submarine Team Produces 3D-Printed Propeller

Take a look at how metrology and 3D printing distributor Burton Precision applies 3D printing technology to solve a variety of CAD issues and challenges for producing a unique plastic propeller design for a human powered submarine.
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Additive Manufacturing Systems: Articles

EOS Marks 25 Years

The new energy-efficient 17,000 m² Technology and Customer Center in Krailling can accommodate an additional 300 employees.
The company celebrates this accomplishment by moving into a new technology and customer center at its headquarters in Krailling, Germany.

GE Picks Auburn for $50 Million 3D Printing Operation

The facility, part of an 300,000 sq ft plant, will be the first of its kind to mass produce additive components for the jet propulsion industry and is expected to hire 300 people.

Sciaky to Sell Additive Manufacturing Systems

Deliveries will begin for electron beam AM systems purchased to make large-scale, high-value metal parts from metals like titanium, tantalum, stainless steel, and Inconel.

CCAT Awarded Contract for Additive Manufacturing Innovation

America Makes awarded the $163,000 three-year contract, which will be supported by the U.S. Air Force and Optomec to advance the use of aerospace alloys in additive manufacturing.

ExOne to Open Combined Production Service and Machine Sales Center

The facility will be located in Italy, consisting roughly of 3,300 sq ft, it will initially operate with each one of the Company’s S-Max and S-Print 3D printing machines.

 

Additive Manufacturing Systems: Products

Large-Scale Additive Manufacturing: Bigger Is Better

The Oak Ridge Manufacturing Demonstration Facility and Cincinnati Incorporated are jointly developing the BAAM system. Cincinnati expects to have BAAM for sale before the end of the year to build thermoplastic parts many times faster than conventional additive manufacturing systems. (Photo courtesy of Cincinnati Incorporated)
The sky is the limit as partnerships between private manufacturers and scientific research laboratories expand the boundaries of size and accelerate the development of new industrial 3D printing systems that can create polymer parts up to 10 times larger than those currently producible.

Application-Oriented Laser Melting

Injection-molded-part-enabled design of the parallel and surface cooling in a mould insert, manufactured using the LaserCUSING process.(Click on photo to enlarge it)
The automatic sieving station continuously safeguards the powder quality and thus the component quality too.