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Additive manufacturing (AM) is a technology that is best suited for making customized parts that are tailor-made for specific geometries and specifications. In situations where a person has faced severe injuries whether from accident or military action may require reconstructive surgery for getting back to normal life. In such situations, such parts can be reconstructed using titanium or stainless steel after a proper CT scan of the injury area. This can be done within a day providing the crucial time for survival. In this situation, Additive manufacturing becomes a lifesaver! In mainstream medical manufacturing, if the elderly need a knee replacement, they will specifically come in standard sizes with standard specifications that the doctor shall prescribe. Additive manufacturing cur...
Relese time: 2020 - 07 - 02
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Additive manufacturing (AM) is a technology that is best suited for making customized parts that are tailor-made for specific geometries and specifications. In situations where a person has faced severe injuries whether from accident or military action may require reconstructive surgery for getting back to normal life. In such situations, such parts can be reconstructed using titanium or stainless steel after a proper CT scan of the injury area. This can be done within a day providing the crucial time for survival. In this situation, Additive manufacturing becomes a lifesaver!
Relese time: 2020 - 07 - 02
Views:224
Recreating Damascus steel remains a holy grail of materials science. The exact process and alloys used are long ago lost to time. At best, modern steelworking methods are able to produce a rough visual simulacra of sorts that many still consider to be pretty cool looking. Taking a more serious bent at materials science than your average knifemaker, a group of scientists at the Max Planck institute have been working to create a material with similar properties through 3D printing.
Relese time: 2020 - 07 - 02
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The BMW Group has opened a new €15 million additive manufacturing facility which is designed to “industrialize 3D printing,” and shorten production times across the company.  Based in Munich, the campus will bring BMW’s prototype production, series parts manufacturing, research into new 3D printing technologies, and training, together under one roof. The centre will also house around 50 percent of the automotive company’s global additive manufacturing (AM) capacity, comprising 50 industrial polymer and metal 3D printers. By centralising its 3D printing resources, BMW aims to acc...
Relese time: 2020 - 07 - 02
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By controlling the speed and power of lasers used in 3D printing, a research team in Switzerland reports a method to create novel metal alloys with complex, tailored geometries and functionality
Relese time: 2020 - 06 - 24
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3D printing is an umbrella term covering different additive manufacturing processes, but these design tips are nearly universal
Relese time: 2020 - 06 - 17
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