Tag: additive manufacturing
The term âadditive manufacturingâ? encompasses many technologies; 3D Printing, Rapid Prototyping, Direct Digital Manufacturing, layered manufacturing and additive fabrication.
Tekna announced the market launch of new spherical aluminum alloy powders for additive manufacturing. The production of these aluminum alloy powders is supported by the plasma atomization technology developed by Tekna, and whose effectiveness has been proven, with several hundred tons of powder produced to date.
Boeing and Oerlikon, a technology and engineering group, signed a five-year collaboration agreement to develop standard materials and processes for metal-based additive manufacturing.
Inert has developed a new line of powder filtration systems designed for additive manufacturing and other industries that require collection and disposal of particles and particulate that may be reactive, corrosive, or otherwise require special handling considerations.
For many years, Schaeffler and DMG MORI have cooperated closely in a long-term and successful partnership. In their latest cooperation project the partners are developing Additive Manufacturing (AM)processes for rolling bearing components made of graded materials in small batch sizes using laser deposition welding.
Arcam AB, supplier of Additive Manufacturing (âAMâ?) equipment, has recently participated with AM systems through Arcam EBM and with AM powders through AP&C.