Tag: 3D Printing

U.S. Army invests in Auburn University AM research

U.S. Army invests in Auburn University AM research

The U.S. Army has asked Auburn University to help build the future of American combat readiness. Through a recent USD 4.3M Army grant, the National...
Stoofbrug

Thinking big: WAAM goes commercial

Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing allows 3D-printing of large objects at less expense and in a far shorter time. After years of extensive research, commercialization has begun, and heavy industry is set to be transformed.
Fronius prototyping centre supports commercial sectors

Fronius prototyping centre supports commercial sectors

Fronius supports industrial and commercial enterprises at its prototyping centre in Wels, Austria. Companies that want to take advantage of new trends have a big...
BP Claire Ridge

Upstream oil and gas: where next?

There is good news and bad news in the oil and gas patch. The bad news is that oil and gas companies face multiple uncertainties due to Covid, the ecological crisis and the need to transition toa zero-carbon future.
Hexagon plans to build a flexible and open AM ecosystem

Hexagon plans to build a flexible and open AM ecosystem

Hexagon’s Manufacturing Intelligence division has revealed its plans to build the industry’s most flexible and open additive manufacturing (AM) ecosystem to help overcome complexities...
BCN3D unveils Metal Pack including Ultrafuse Filaments

BCN3D unveils Metal Pack including Ultrafuse® Filaments

BCN3D has announced the Metal Pack containing Ultrafuse® Metal Filaments from Forward AM for its line of Epsilon Series 3D printers, allowing its customer-base to easily upgrade their hardware to catch up with the latest developments and affordably produce solid metal parts.
Museum-at-Prairiefire

Stainless in ABC: the examples multiply

Despite the recent disruption to the world economy caused by Covid-19, many governments have ambitious plans to boost infrastructure spending as economies grow and concerns about global warming stimulate interest in “smart” cities.
3D printed series of connectors in duplex stainless steel.

Featured Story – Positive results for 3D-printed duplex connectors

Large-scale 3D metal printing company MX3D has successfully produced a structural connector in duplex stainless steel, designed in collaboration with engineers from Takenaka, one of the largest architecture, engineering, and construction firms in Japan.