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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
Selective LED-based melting (SLEDM) -- i.e. the targeted melting of metal powder using high-power LED light sources -- is the name of the new technology that a team led by Franz Haas, head of the Institute of Production Engineering at TU Graz, has developed for 3D metal printing and has now applied for a patent. The technology is similar to selective laser melting (SLM) and electron beam melting (EBM), in which metal powder is melted by means of a laser or electron beam and built up into a component layer by layer. However, SLEDM solves two central problems of these powder bed-based manufactur...
Relese time: 2020 - 05 - 07
Scientists from Texas A&M University and the U.S. Air Force say they’ve developed a way to 3D print the strongest kind of steel, along with many other metals.
Relese time: 2020 - 04 - 24
The healthcare industry is the most critically affected area since the start of the pandemic outbreak.Having to cater to thousands of patients that need care and treatment for weeks-long has not only burdened medical facilities, but it has also shocked the entire healthcare ecosystem.
Relese time: 2020 - 04 - 17
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.
Relese time: 2020 - 03 - 27
3D printing is progressively becoming a ubiquitous and low-cost technology, available to the consumer.
Relese time: 2020 - 03 - 20
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