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Industry News| WHAT’S SO SPECIAL ABOUT MEDICAL 3D PRINTING WITH METAL?
In the world of medical device manufacturing, several common methods exist for working with metal. They are: casting, forging or forming, and milling. Other sub-categories also exist, such as turning, sand casting and electrical discharge machining (EDM).  Each method of manufacturing has strengths and weaknesses, and different applications may call for one approach over another. However, when creating extremely complex end-user products such as those that contain lattice structures, none of the traditional metal manufacturing technologies work.Titanium being 3D printed.Not only does additive metal manufacturing open up design options and eliminate design constraints, additive manufacturing also help engineers accelerate the manufacturing of both prototypes and final products without the need for time-consuming production of tooling to form finished products.  Additive 3D printing allows for the creation of complex structures to be made without the need for expensive tooling,...
2019 - 01 - 17
BASF Making Products With Chemically Recycled Plastics For First Time
Booth Number:B220BASF is breaking new ground in plastic waste recycling with its ChemCycling project. Chemical recycling provides an innovative way to reutilize plastic waste that is currently not recycled, such as mixed or uncleaned plastics. Depending on the region, such waste is usually sent to landfill or burned with energy recovery. But chemical recycling offers another alternative: Using thermochemical processes, these plastics can be utilized to produce syngas or oils. The resulting recycled raw materials can be used as inputs in BASF's production, thereby partially replacing fossil resources.BASF has for the first time manufactured products based on chemically recycled plastic waste and is thus one of the global pioneers in the industry. "A responsible use of plastics is crucial to solve the world's waste problem. This applies to companies as well as to institutions and consumers. With chemical recycling we want to make a significant contribution in reducing the amoun...
2019 - 01 - 14
Industry News | Will 2019 Fulfill The Promises Of 3-D Printing?
If 2018 was a big year of promises for 3-D printing (and it was), perhaps 2019 will be the year we start to see those promises fulfilled.The technology, developing since the 1980s, is now leaning toward manufacturing applications. These days, you’re more likely to hear those in the industry discussing facets of additive manufacturing, of which 3-D printing is one part of a larger process. Design and pre-processing precede the 3-D printing of a part, which must then be post-processed and finished. This end-to-end workflow comprises additive manufacturing, though the terms are used relatively interchangeably in casual conversation. These conversations are changing, though, as the technology matures.Object printed on metal 3D printer.So what are we talking about in 2019? What promises have been made, and have they been fulfilled?The Promise: On-site 3-D printing.The Reality: In development.Digital manufacturing solutions including additive manufacturing foresee workflows where a design cr...
2019 - 01 - 14
Industry News | Indian Healthcare 3D Printing Industry – News Highlights of the Year 2018
Over the course of the last year, we have seen a lot of new and exciting news coming out from the Indian 3D printing industry. Through this article, we highlight some of the popular news from the Indian Healthcare 3D printing industry in the passing year 2018.3D Printing Restored Lost Smile and Faith of a Brave, Wounded BSF JawanDoctors used 3D printing technology and conducted a cranial implant to restore damaged parts of the skull/Image Credit: The New Indian ExpressIn 2017, Border Security Force (BSF) Jawan, Chopse Sangtam was hit by a bullet fired by Maoist. The bullet went through Sangtam’s skull, destroyed his right eye and a part of his cranial bone, disfiguring his face. A year later in 2018, and post a custom cranial implant conducted using 3D printing; Sangtam is now all smiles as 3D printing technology allowed Sangtam restore his normal facial contours and most importantly the fighting spirit that he had lost a result of facial disfigurement.The doctors turned to 3D printing...
2019 - 01 - 08
Industry News | 3D Printing in Oil & Gas Industry – Advantages & Challenges
Additive manufacturing or 3D printing is now increasingly used in automotive, aerospace and tooling industries. As the acceptance deepens, we are also seeing a steady penetration into the oil & gas industry. 3D printing in the oil & gas industry is estimated by some reports to reach $1.5 billion by 2025.3D Printing in Oil & Gas Industry – A Transformative Revolution3D Printing has heralded a transformative revolution in many of the application across various sectors. The main reason for its growth is its ability to accelerate the pace of new product development. It also has the capability to produce – previously impossible – complex shapes & rapid on-demand manufacturability.Accelerating the pace of New Product DevelopmentAbove: Siemens’s 3D printed gas turbine blades/Image Credit: SiemensThis is one of the key advantages of 3D printing which makes it one of the most sought-after manufacturing technologies today. Experts believe that by using 3D printing in the oil &...
2019 - 01 - 02
Industry News | Five Industries Utilizing 3D Printing
With a plethora of companies using additive manufacturing in their production process, we want to identify industries that we believe benefit most from additive manufacturing. By looking at these industries, it’s easy to understand how and why 3D printers are changing manufacturing as a whole.AerospaceThe aerospace industry has some of the highest standards in part performance. Aerospace parts must withstand extreme temperatures and chemicals while being subjected to repeated loading, all while remaining as light as possible. Individual part failures often result in full system failures on aircraft carrying lives and cargo — so failure is simply not an option. Since part precision is critical for aircraft, aerospace engineers have taken to 3D printing inspection tooling to reduce costs for low-volume parts.AutomotiveThe automotive industry has been charging ahead with additive manufacturing, with high-profile companies such as Audi using 3D printers. It’s not just the Audis of the worl...
2018 - 12 - 24
Industry News| Progress With Metal-ceramic Composites
Researchers at Osaka University have developed a method for manufacturing composites of alumina ceramics and titanium.Various types of metal-ceramic composite have been researched and developed, the researchers say, but their combination and fine structures have been limited. In particular, the combination of ceramics such as alumina used as matrices and titanium – a biocompatible metal – has proved problematic, in that the structure of the composites achieved has not been uniform. This is due to the high reactivity of titanium – oxidation happens and chemical compounds are produced – and the large particle size of commercially-available titanium powders, of several tens of micrometres.In order to fully exploit the advantages of both ceramics and metal in composites, the Osaka team has designed a percolation structure for forming a continuous conduction pathway by dispersing fine-sized titanium particles into an alumina matrix, optimising the particle size of the metallic titanium powd...
2018 - 12 - 17
HAITIAN INTERNATIONAL PRESENTS ELECTRICAL SOLUTIONS
Booth Number:B325THE FUTURE IS ELECTRICFlexibility for our customers and extraordinary cost effectiveness continue to be the focus of Haitian International’s R&D and production management. The electric solutions of their brand Zhafir Plastics Machinery are an essential pillar of this winning strategy. Advantages such as high precision, injection performance up to 500 mm/s, and sophisticated drives combined with very high energy savings are convincing arguments, and not just in key markets and future-oriented industries. A whole series of sales records confirms the trend: The annual sales figures for the Zhafir Series have been increasing dynamically from year to year.For instance, in 2017 the factory in Chun Xiao delivered 2,300 machines to more than 60 countries. The European headquarters in Ebermannsdorf is a major purchaser after Asia. Most recently Zhafir racked up an increase of 30.6% for the first half of 2018 compared with the first half of 2017. With this continuous upward ...
2018 - 12 - 11
Industry News| WHAT’S SO SPECIAL ABOUT MEDICAL 3D PRINTING WITH METAL?
In the world of medical device manufacturing, several common methods exist for working with metal. They are: casting, forging or forming, and milling. Other sub-categories also exist, such as turning, sand casting and electrical discharge machining (EDM).  Each method of manufacturing has strengths and weaknesses, and different applications may call for one approach over another. However, when creating extremely complex end-user products such as those that contain lattice structures, none of the traditional metal manufacturing technologies work.Titanium being 3D printed.Not only does additive metal manufacturing open up design options and eliminate design constraints, additive manufacturing also help engineers accelerate the manufacturing of both prototypes and final products without the need for time-consuming production of tooling to form finished products.  Additive 3D printing allows for the creation of complex structures to be made without the need for expensive tooling,...
2019 - 01 - 17
BASF Making Products With Chemically Recycled Plastics For First Time
Booth Number:B220BASF is breaking new ground in plastic waste recycling with its ChemCycling project. Chemical recycling provides an innovative way to reutilize plastic waste that is currently not recycled, such as mixed or uncleaned plastics. Depending on the region, such waste is usually sent to landfill or burned with energy recovery. But chemical recycling offers another alternative: Using thermochemical processes, these plastics can be utilized to produce syngas or oils. The resulting recycled raw materials can be used as inputs in BASF's production, thereby partially replacing fossil resources.BASF has for the first time manufactured products based on chemically recycled plastic waste and is thus one of the global pioneers in the industry. "A responsible use of plastics is crucial to solve the world's waste problem. This applies to companies as well as to institutions and consumers. With chemical recycling we want to make a significant contribution in reducing the amoun...
2019 - 01 - 14
Industry News | Will 2019 Fulfill The Promises Of 3-D Printing?
If 2018 was a big year of promises for 3-D printing (and it was), perhaps 2019 will be the year we start to see those promises fulfilled.The technology, developing since the 1980s, is now leaning toward manufacturing applications. These days, you’re more likely to hear those in the industry discussing facets of additive manufacturing, of which 3-D printing is one part of a larger process. Design and pre-processing precede the 3-D printing of a part, which must then be post-processed and finished. This end-to-end workflow comprises additive manufacturing, though the terms are used relatively interchangeably in casual conversation. These conversations are changing, though, as the technology matures.Object printed on metal 3D printer.So what are we talking about in 2019? What promises have been made, and have they been fulfilled?The Promise: On-site 3-D printing.The Reality: In development.Digital manufacturing solutions including additive manufacturing foresee workflows where a design cr...
2019 - 01 - 14
Industry News | Indian Healthcare 3D Printing Industry – News Highlights of the Year 2018
Over the course of the last year, we have seen a lot of new and exciting news coming out from the Indian 3D printing industry. Through this article, we highlight some of the popular news from the Indian Healthcare 3D printing industry in the passing year 2018.3D Printing Restored Lost Smile and Faith of a Brave, Wounded BSF JawanDoctors used 3D printing technology and conducted a cranial implant to restore damaged parts of the skull/Image Credit: The New Indian ExpressIn 2017, Border Security Force (BSF) Jawan, Chopse Sangtam was hit by a bullet fired by Maoist. The bullet went through Sangtam’s skull, destroyed his right eye and a part of his cranial bone, disfiguring his face. A year later in 2018, and post a custom cranial implant conducted using 3D printing; Sangtam is now all smiles as 3D printing technology allowed Sangtam restore his normal facial contours and most importantly the fighting spirit that he had lost a result of facial disfigurement.The doctors turned to 3D printing...
2019 - 01 - 08
Industry News | 3D Printing in Oil & Gas Industry – Advantages & Challenges
Additive manufacturing or 3D printing is now increasingly used in automotive, aerospace and tooling industries. As the acceptance deepens, we are also seeing a steady penetration into the oil & gas industry. 3D printing in the oil & gas industry is estimated by some reports to reach $1.5 billion by 2025.3D Printing in Oil & Gas Industry – A Transformative Revolution3D Printing has heralded a transformative revolution in many of the application across various sectors. The main reason for its growth is its ability to accelerate the pace of new product development. It also has the capability to produce – previously impossible – complex shapes & rapid on-demand manufacturability.Accelerating the pace of New Product DevelopmentAbove: Siemens’s 3D printed gas turbine blades/Image Credit: SiemensThis is one of the key advantages of 3D printing which makes it one of the most sought-after manufacturing technologies today. Experts believe that by using 3D printing in the oil &...
2019 - 01 - 02
Industry News | Five Industries Utilizing 3D Printing
With a plethora of companies using additive manufacturing in their production process, we want to identify industries that we believe benefit most from additive manufacturing. By looking at these industries, it’s easy to understand how and why 3D printers are changing manufacturing as a whole.AerospaceThe aerospace industry has some of the highest standards in part performance. Aerospace parts must withstand extreme temperatures and chemicals while being subjected to repeated loading, all while remaining as light as possible. Individual part failures often result in full system failures on aircraft carrying lives and cargo — so failure is simply not an option. Since part precision is critical for aircraft, aerospace engineers have taken to 3D printing inspection tooling to reduce costs for low-volume parts.AutomotiveThe automotive industry has been charging ahead with additive manufacturing, with high-profile companies such as Audi using 3D printers. It’s not just the Audis of the worl...
2018 - 12 - 24
Industry News| Progress With Metal-ceramic Composites
Researchers at Osaka University have developed a method for manufacturing composites of alumina ceramics and titanium.Various types of metal-ceramic composite have been researched and developed, the researchers say, but their combination and fine structures have been limited. In particular, the combination of ceramics such as alumina used as matrices and titanium – a biocompatible metal – has proved problematic, in that the structure of the composites achieved has not been uniform. This is due to the high reactivity of titanium – oxidation happens and chemical compounds are produced – and the large particle size of commercially-available titanium powders, of several tens of micrometres.In order to fully exploit the advantages of both ceramics and metal in composites, the Osaka team has designed a percolation structure for forming a continuous conduction pathway by dispersing fine-sized titanium particles into an alumina matrix, optimising the particle size of the metallic titanium powd...
2018 - 12 - 17
HAITIAN INTERNATIONAL PRESENTS ELECTRICAL SOLUTIONS
Booth Number:B325THE FUTURE IS ELECTRICFlexibility for our customers and extraordinary cost effectiveness continue to be the focus of Haitian International’s R&D and production management. The electric solutions of their brand Zhafir Plastics Machinery are an essential pillar of this winning strategy. Advantages such as high precision, injection performance up to 500 mm/s, and sophisticated drives combined with very high energy savings are convincing arguments, and not just in key markets and future-oriented industries. A whole series of sales records confirms the trend: The annual sales figures for the Zhafir Series have been increasing dynamically from year to year.For instance, in 2017 the factory in Chun Xiao delivered 2,300 machines to more than 60 countries. The European headquarters in Ebermannsdorf is a major purchaser after Asia. Most recently Zhafir racked up an increase of 30.6% for the first half of 2018 compared with the first half of 2017. With this continuous upward ...
2018 - 12 - 11
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