It’s not always easy to determine whether to continue with traditional metal part production processes or try an additive process. ExOne, an additive vendor of binder additive manufacturing technologies, now makes it easier to determine which option … [Read more...] about How much will it cost you to use metal binder jetting 3D printing?
MakerBot, a global leader in 3D printing and subsidiary of Stratasys Ltd. announced that leading automotive and lifestyle product design and engineering firm, CALLUM, has installed a METHOD X 3D printer to produce functional prototypes, tooling, and … [Read more...] about The Aston Martin CALLUM Vanquish 25 to be designed and produced using METHOD X
Digital Manufacturing Investor Day (DMID) 2021, hosted by HP Tech Ventures and Dyndrite, is the second annual event that enables emerging technologies in the digital manufacturing industries link with investors. It is a critical time for the … [Read more...] about Meet the emerging companies building the future of Digital Manufacturing
By understanding which 3D printed materials are most suitable for a given project, engineers can take full advantage of the efficiency and convenience of 3D printing. Daniel Lazier, Strategic Application Engineer, Markforged The COVID-19 … [Read more...] about 3D printing metals or composites–How to choose
Keystone Industries (Keystone) and Henkel have developed KeyModel Ultra, a 3D dental modeling resin, that the companies claim offers a new level of accuracy, detail, and speed. The resin is formulated for rapid printing and fast post-curing and is … [Read more...] about Keystone and Henkel launch new 3D dental modeling resin
Formlabs, a leading 3D printing company, announced Castable Wax 40 Resin at CES 2021. The resin is the 30th proprietary resin to be added to Formlabs material library, and the 12th in the last year. The introduction of Castable Wax 40 Resin further … [Read more...] about Formlabs adds Castable Wax 40 Resin to its material portfolio
The unveiling of Boom Supersonic’s XB-1 supersonic demonstrator aircraft last fall at the company’s Denver hangar has brought the dream of a return to supersonic air travel closer to reality. While XB-1, as well as the company’s future Overture … [Read more...] about Additive manufacturing produces complex metal parts for the Boom Supersonic XB-1
EOS, a leading technology supplier in industrial 3D printing for metals and polymers, announced its ongoing support for the Texas Rocket Engineering Lab (TREL) at The University of Texas (UT). EOS is providing TREL—a collegiate rocket laboratory … [Read more...] about EOS helps students at University of Texas to develop an ambitious rocket design
Christmas might typically be a time for long-held traditions but in 2020, engineers, designers and elves at CALLUM have looked to the future and created a tree decoration in zirconia ceramic with the latest 3D printing technology from Israeli firm … [Read more...] about All I want for Christmas … how about a zirconia ceramic car?
Every day, industries across the world face unique and interlinking challenges as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. For the automotive industry, it’s a complex picture in which there are both hurdles and opportunities. Eric Pallarés, Chief Technology … [Read more...] about Overcoming the crisis: COVID-19, the automotive industry and the potential of additive manufacturing