Stratasys Inc. has introduced today for North America, its Expert Services Group, which was designed to help manufacturers build their additive manufacturing strategy and workflow, to gain the benefits of 3D printing for improved production … [Read more...] about Stratasys Expert Services Group to help enterprises build AM vision
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When you combine the freedom of motion of a robot with a 3D printing extrusion nozzle, you can build amazing objects. One of the key benefits is that big, really big, items are easy to build this way. Over the years, researchers have combined robots … [Read more...] about Robotic Composite 3D Demonstrator tackles automated manufacturing
By Angelo Gentile, Proto Labs Network television may seem like an unlikely source for manufacturing innovation, but don’t say that to the designers of the robots competing in season two of ABC’s BattleBots (a 10-episode run started Thursday, June … [Read more...] about Devising devious designs
The latest 3D printing technology to emerge for working with metal materials is MagnetoJet technology from new startup, Vader Systems. This patent pending MagnetoJet technology is based on Magneto Hydro Dynamics (MHD) or the manipulation of liquid … [Read more...] about Latest 3D printing technology manipulates liquid metal through magnetism for faster build speed
Each additive manufacturing technology has a number of best design practices to take advantage of that technology’s capabilities. Here are top design practices for Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS). (This information is based on a Design World … [Read more...] about Top 10 design tips for direct metal laser sintering
Yes, you can. Depending on part size and quantity, the DMLS additive manufacturing technology may be a good option for prototyping components that will go to production using other manufacturing methods. With large bulkier parts, it may not make … [Read more...] about FAQ: Can I use Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) for prototyping?
Roland DG Corp., a leading manufacturer of desktop fabrication devices, is researching this possibility. Management recently announced the start of a joint research relationship with GPI, the Graduate School for the Creation of New Photonics … [Read more...] about Could femtosecond ablation become a new 3D printing technology?
A key benefit of using 3D printing is the ability to produce short-runs of end use parts for testing or for direct use in hours. The engineering and design team at Wehl & Partner has been able to help customers realize these benefits using … [Read more...] about Somos material suits the 3D printing of injection molds
There is no absolute answer to the question of whether you should use 3D printing or injection molding for prototyping. It depends on the application. For some applications, though, 3D printing offers advantages over using injection molding for … [Read more...] about 3d printing speeds testing of electrical prototypes
Stratasys Ltd., announced that The Hudson Valley Advanced Manufacturing Center at The State University of New York at New Paltz, has opened an additive manufacturing superlab, which has received Stratasys designation as a “SMART lab.” The Hudson … [Read more...] about SUNY New Paltz opens 3D Printing Superlab