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Industry News | Porsche unveils 3D printed automotive seats with custom comfort
Luxury car manufacturer Porsche has introduced a new concept for sports car seating that leverages 3D printing and lattice design. The seating concept, called “3D-printed bodyform full-bucket seat,” enables customers to personalize their seat for comfort and is partly inspired by seat fittings designed for professional motorsports.While to many the outside of a car and what’s under the hood are the most important factors when choosing a car, comfort is also a crucial concern. For high-performance cars especially, the driver’s seat is plays an important role in that it can influence the driver’s handling of the car.As Michael Steiner, Member of the Executive Board for Research and Development at Porsche, explained: “The seat is the interface between the human and the vehicle, and is thus important for precise, sporty handling. That’s why personalised seat shells customised for the driver have been standard in race cars for a long time now.”The 3D printed bucket seat concept proposed by ...
2020 - 03 - 27
Industry News | Boundaries blur between 3D printing and additive manufacturing
Methods such as laser sintering are transforming manufacturing processes (Credit: Shutterstock) 3D printing is progressively becoming a ubiquitous and low-cost technology, available to the consumer. At the same time, high-cost additive manufacturing (AM) is increasingly being used in demanding applications such as to produce structural aerospace components.  Within industry, the two technologies are often seen as being distinctly different. However, developments are causing the boundaries to become increasingly blurred. Examples include high-strength 3D-printed plastic being used for non-structural aircraft components, and consumer-grade desktop 3D printers producing relatively high-strength carbon-fibre-reinforced parts. The polarised view of these technologies is often focused on just two of the most common methods, which to some extent represent the extremes of low cost on the one hand and high strength on the other. At the low-cost end of the spectrum, mate...
2020 - 03 - 20
Industry News | 3D Printed Circuit Boards are the Next Big Thing in Additive Manufacturing
Additive manufacturing (AM) and 3D printing have already changed the way that we think about manufacturing. This technology that appeared to be over-hyped at first is now carving out its own developed sector in the manufacturing industry. Additive manufacturing and circuits Additive manufacturing is well suited for many applications where parts are needed that simply can’t be easily produced using other methods like machining or injection molding. When it comes to electronics, though, you probably think that additive manufacturing has no place. However, there are currently two production methods that utilize additive manufacturing to integrate electronics into parts. There are 2D inkjet styling printing machines that are already used to print circuit boards. This method utilizes a printhead that works on a level flat printing surface by laying down the user’s choice of conductive chemical or material. This functionality is very similar to the way additive manufactur...
2020 - 03 - 06
Industry News | Ford develops unique metal AM locking wheel nut designs based on driver’s voice
Ford’s anti-theft wheel nuts, metal additively manufactured on an EOS machine (Courtesy EOS GmbH)Ford Motor Company, headquartered in Dearborn, Michigan, USA, has partnered with EOS GmbH, Krailling, Germany, to develop a unique anti-theft locking wheel nut for its vehicles. The design concept uses the owners voice pattern to define the physical shape of the lock.  According to the automotive manufacturer, as car security systems become increasingly more sophisticated thieves are targeting car parts instead, including alloy wheels. While current locking nuts can be used to deter theft by requiring a key to loosen them, they are not invulnerable.Ford’s new locking wheel nut concept is designed using a recording of the drivers voice, speaking for a minimum of one second. The recording is then converted into a physical pattern based on the soundwave, which is used as the design for the locking nut’s indentation and key.The nut and key are metal additively manufactured as one piec...
2020 - 02 - 27
Industry News | New smaller, lighter radiation shielding
Ionizing radiation can cause critical issues for electronic gadgets. To ensure against this, devices that might be presented to radiation -, for example, devices utilized in the shuttle – incorporate radiation shielding.Weight is a significant factor in designing aerospace technologies, and the shielding most commonly found in aerospace devices consists of putting an aluminum box around any sensitive technologies. This has been viewed as providing the best tradeoff between a shield’s weight and the protection it provides.By mixing metal powder- rust — into a polymer, and then incorporating it into a common conformal coating on the associated electronics, scientists from North Carolina State University have developed a new type of radiation shielding. This new approach is smaller, lighter, and more cost-effective than existing techniques.Rob Hayes, co-author of a paper on the work and an associate professor of nuclear engineering at NC State, said, “Our approach can ...
2020 - 02 - 27
Industry New | Cold spray now can be used as a form of 3D printing for large components
Cold spray technology, which has been used for decades as a coating process, can be used as a metal additive manufacturing process to rapidly print near-net-shape parts.Cold spray uses pressurized carrier gas to accelerate metal powders to high velocities through a de Laval nozzle aimed at the point of deposition. When the metal powder particles collide with the part’s surface, the high kinetic energy causes plastic deformation, creating mechanical interlocking and metallurgical bonding. Heat is generated during this interaction, but not enough to melt the material. This unique attribute of cold spray, referred to as a solid-state process, enables the processing of metals that are prone to crack during the rapid solidification that is characteristic of most metal AM processes. The solid-state process also allows printing in an open atmosphere without excessive oxidation.There are two main cold spray system designs: high-pressure and low-pressure. High-pressure systems can spray powder ...
2020 - 02 - 21
Industry News | Porsche unveils 3D printed automotive seats with custom comfort
Luxury car manufacturer Porsche has introduced a new concept for sports car seating that leverages 3D printing and lattice design. The seating concept, called “3D-printed bodyform full-bucket seat,” enables customers to personalize their seat for comfort and is partly inspired by seat fittings designed for professional motorsports.While to many the outside of a car and what’s under the hood are the most important factors when choosing a car, comfort is also a crucial concern. For high-performance cars especially, the driver’s seat is plays an important role in that it can influence the driver’s handling of the car.As Michael Steiner, Member of the Executive Board for Research and Development at Porsche, explained: “The seat is the interface between the human and the vehicle, and is thus important for precise, sporty handling. That’s why personalised seat shells customised for the driver have been standard in race cars for a long time now.”The 3D printed bucket seat concept proposed by ...
2020 - 03 - 27
Industry News | Boundaries blur between 3D printing and additive manufacturing
Methods such as laser sintering are transforming manufacturing processes (Credit: Shutterstock) 3D printing is progressively becoming a ubiquitous and low-cost technology, available to the consumer. At the same time, high-cost additive manufacturing (AM) is increasingly being used in demanding applications such as to produce structural aerospace components.  Within industry, the two technologies are often seen as being distinctly different. However, developments are causing the boundaries to become increasingly blurred. Examples include high-strength 3D-printed plastic being used for non-structural aircraft components, and consumer-grade desktop 3D printers producing relatively high-strength carbon-fibre-reinforced parts. The polarised view of these technologies is often focused on just two of the most common methods, which to some extent represent the extremes of low cost on the one hand and high strength on the other. At the low-cost end of the spectrum, mate...
2020 - 03 - 20
Industry News | 3D Printed Circuit Boards are the Next Big Thing in Additive Manufacturing
Additive manufacturing (AM) and 3D printing have already changed the way that we think about manufacturing. This technology that appeared to be over-hyped at first is now carving out its own developed sector in the manufacturing industry. Additive manufacturing and circuits Additive manufacturing is well suited for many applications where parts are needed that simply can’t be easily produced using other methods like machining or injection molding. When it comes to electronics, though, you probably think that additive manufacturing has no place. However, there are currently two production methods that utilize additive manufacturing to integrate electronics into parts. There are 2D inkjet styling printing machines that are already used to print circuit boards. This method utilizes a printhead that works on a level flat printing surface by laying down the user’s choice of conductive chemical or material. This functionality is very similar to the way additive manufactur...
2020 - 03 - 06
Industry News | Ford develops unique metal AM locking wheel nut designs based on driver’s voice
Ford’s anti-theft wheel nuts, metal additively manufactured on an EOS machine (Courtesy EOS GmbH)Ford Motor Company, headquartered in Dearborn, Michigan, USA, has partnered with EOS GmbH, Krailling, Germany, to develop a unique anti-theft locking wheel nut for its vehicles. The design concept uses the owners voice pattern to define the physical shape of the lock.  According to the automotive manufacturer, as car security systems become increasingly more sophisticated thieves are targeting car parts instead, including alloy wheels. While current locking nuts can be used to deter theft by requiring a key to loosen them, they are not invulnerable.Ford’s new locking wheel nut concept is designed using a recording of the drivers voice, speaking for a minimum of one second. The recording is then converted into a physical pattern based on the soundwave, which is used as the design for the locking nut’s indentation and key.The nut and key are metal additively manufactured as one piec...
2020 - 02 - 27
Industry News | New smaller, lighter radiation shielding
Ionizing radiation can cause critical issues for electronic gadgets. To ensure against this, devices that might be presented to radiation -, for example, devices utilized in the shuttle – incorporate radiation shielding.Weight is a significant factor in designing aerospace technologies, and the shielding most commonly found in aerospace devices consists of putting an aluminum box around any sensitive technologies. This has been viewed as providing the best tradeoff between a shield’s weight and the protection it provides.By mixing metal powder- rust — into a polymer, and then incorporating it into a common conformal coating on the associated electronics, scientists from North Carolina State University have developed a new type of radiation shielding. This new approach is smaller, lighter, and more cost-effective than existing techniques.Rob Hayes, co-author of a paper on the work and an associate professor of nuclear engineering at NC State, said, “Our approach can ...
2020 - 02 - 27
Industry New | Cold spray now can be used as a form of 3D printing for large components
Cold spray technology, which has been used for decades as a coating process, can be used as a metal additive manufacturing process to rapidly print near-net-shape parts.Cold spray uses pressurized carrier gas to accelerate metal powders to high velocities through a de Laval nozzle aimed at the point of deposition. When the metal powder particles collide with the part’s surface, the high kinetic energy causes plastic deformation, creating mechanical interlocking and metallurgical bonding. Heat is generated during this interaction, but not enough to melt the material. This unique attribute of cold spray, referred to as a solid-state process, enables the processing of metals that are prone to crack during the rapid solidification that is characteristic of most metal AM processes. The solid-state process also allows printing in an open atmosphere without excessive oxidation.There are two main cold spray system designs: high-pressure and low-pressure. High-pressure systems can spray powder ...
2020 - 02 - 21
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