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Responding to customer demand, the full-service steel components and assemblies manufacturer has invested in grid-welding equipment to serve material handling, security screen and equipment safety barrier industries.
A new process enables the industrial gas turbines market to print components it couldn’t before, including those that must withstand extreme high temperatures.
Founded just four years ago, the milestone demonstrates 3DEO is realizing its mission in the metal additive manufacturing market.
Together, the company’s new insides sales engineer and field service manager bring more than 10 years’ experience to Behringer.
Now cranking out 500,000 face shields per week, Mursix used its MC Machinery CO2 laser and wire EDM to switch gears from sinking auto parts and turned itself into a major PPE manufacturer. The company’s co-owner, a former ER nurse, hustled with her engineers to develop a medically compliant prototype that went into production within just a few days.
The next-generation Sapphire machine will print up to 1 meter in height, making it the tallest laser-powder additive manufacturing system. It’ll debut its patented SupportFree process in the creation of industrial parts in the oil and gas industry.
The OB7-Stretch from Productive Robotics extends 1.25 meters, but with a payload of 4kg, it offers an affordable alternative to bigger-payload, long-reach cobots. Its seven axes design gives it a dexterity with which to circumvent obstacles.
The document articulates upcoming AM standards, how to participate in AM R&D for standardization, and how the AM CoE is supporting industry needs by filling standard gaps. Mahdi Jamshidinia, Additive Manufacturing R&D project manager, says the roadmap provides a vision for the future of AM research and development.
The company’s Sweden-based powder plant – which produces its Osprey titanium powder and nickel-based superalloys used for additive manufacturing – has received AS9100D certification. Meeting the high standards for the aerospace industry with meticulous attention to weight, traceability, consistency and more, the facility is accelerating adoption of 3D printed titanium parts and shifting toward sustainable manufacturing.
Engineers and custom part manufacturers will have access to a fast and simple quote tool with built-in materials pricing and geometry engine. Paperless Viewer will close a technology gap and solve one of manufacturers’ biggest bottlenecks, says CEO.
On the positive side, many PMA member companies are continuing operations in order to supply parts for a wide range of medical equipment needed during the pandemic. Some have even stepped in to convert their manufacturing processes to produce personal protective equipment for the health care industry, according to PMA President David Klotz.
ASTM’s Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence will host a program filled with technical talks and panel discussions focused on technology adoption through standardization and certification. Recognizing current gaps to meet the needs of industries like aerospace, medical, and automotive, ASTM and its German testing/certification partner are making the workshop open to all AM professionals.