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Cincinnati Inc BAAM 3D printer

Century-old machine tool builder offers industrial-sized 3D printer

For many, 3D printing needs to handle bigger parts and produce them more quickly. Cincinnati Incorporated, a 116-year old company, proved that you can build a bigger, faster…

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A team at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) led by Scott McCall (second from left) is working closely with Brown University researchers Shouheng Sun and Adriana Mendoza-Garcia to develop an exchange-spring magnet with a structure that could lend itself to creation via 3D printing methods.

Will we 3D-print electric motors?

Yes, it could happen thanks to research into the additive manufacturing of electrical steel, copper conductors, and motor dielectrics. Leland Teschler, Executive Editor, Design World Examine the inside…

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The largest part produced using additive manufacturing: a gear housing made of aluminum (dimensions: x: 474mm; y: 367mm; z: 480m – excluding build platform height) is constructed from powder at rates of > 50cm³/h

ASTM proposed standard to describe needed properties of metal powders for AM

Materials are key to further growth in 3D printing / additive manufacturing, (3DP / AM) and metal powders are thought to be the main material that will drive…

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Better color 3D printing

Earlier this year, Mcor Technologies announced that its Mcor IRIS 3D printer included the International Color Consortium (ICC) profile, ensuring that colors specified in a design will be…

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LUXeXceL’s 3D printing process for optics is an alternative to injection molding

Even though recent news reports speculate that HP could enter the market for 3D printed glass, LUXeXceL Group, Goes, The Netherlands, has been 3D printing optics for some…

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Cincinnati Inc BAAM 3D printer

Century-old machine tool builder offers industrial-sized 3D printer

Thursday, October 9, 2014

For many, 3D printing needs to handle bigger parts and produce them more quickly. Cincinnati Incorporated, a 116-year old company, proved that you can build a bigger, faster…

A team at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) led by Scott McCall (second from left) is working closely with Brown University researchers Shouheng Sun and Adriana Mendoza-Garcia to develop an exchange-spring magnet with a structure that could lend itself to creation via 3D printing methods.

Will we 3D-print electric motors?

Monday, October 6, 2014

Yes, it could happen thanks to research into the additive manufacturing of electrical steel, copper conductors, and motor dielectrics. Leland Teschler, Executive Editor, Design World Examine the inside…

DSC_9818

Better color 3D printing

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Earlier this year, Mcor Technologies announced that its Mcor IRIS 3D printer included the International Color Consortium (ICC) profile, ensuring that colors specified in a design will be…

LensEdit copy

LUXeXceL’s 3D printing process for optics is an alternative to injection molding

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Even though recent news reports speculate that HP could enter the market for 3D printed glass, LUXeXceL Group, Goes, The Netherlands, has been 3D printing optics for some…