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In the early days of additive manufacturing (AM), the technology was primarily focused on design and rapid prototyping applications. However, recent additive manufacturing is progressively being employed to create high-performance mechanical components from refractory and technical materials.This is particularly common in space and aerospace engineering, where the combination of affordability, versatility, speed, and precision make additive manufacturing a desirable choice.Its ability to print refractories in lightweight architectures makes it an appealing method, supplying high-temperature performance at a tiny proportion of the weight of traditionally fabricated refractory metal parts.This article outlines the key strengths of AM compared to conventional subtractive manufacturing, and ho...
Relese time: 2019 - 09 - 11
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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.
Relese time: 2019 - 01 - 02
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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.
Relese time: 2018 - 12 - 24
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Researchers at Osaka University have developed a method for manufacturing composites of alumina ceramics and titanium.
Relese time: 2018 - 12 - 17
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Additive manufacturing aligns with the needs of the automotive industry, driving advances in vehicle design. Serial production is a reality today in additive manufacturing (or 3-D printing) as the technologies under this umbrella have advanced to a point where end-use parts can be made of both metal and plastic materials, ready to be put to use in real-world environments. The automotive industry has been a major adopter, with automotive OEMs among the first to install 3-D printers -- some 30 years ago, in fact, Ford purchased the third 3-D printer ever made.
Relese time: 2018 - 12 - 11
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A few years ago, 3D printing was considered a novelty, mostly used for small-batch projects and prototypes. Today, this technology has exploded and is being used for things we once only dreamed of, including the mass production of car parts for manufacturers like Volkswagen.
Relese time: 2018 - 12 - 03
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