Tag: AM

Machine learning software accurately predicts material performance

Senvol recently demonstrated a machine learning approach to material allowables development that was shown to be more flexible, cost-effective, and time-effective than the conventional approach.

Firms using 3D printing expect to grow to USD 100bn

Firms using 3D printing expect to grow to USD 100bn

Development and Certification for the additive manufacturing of stainless steel

3D printing or additive manufacturing (AM) has rapidly revolutionized the production processes with various materials.

Outokumpu enters a metal powder business in Krefeld

Outokumpu is entering a new business by starting to produce metal powder at the company’s mill in Krefeld, Germany. The metal powder production further...

Printing a stainless steel dragon

Not only do they have their use in highly technical applications; sometimes these structures can take the shape of beautiful art.

3D-printed metal oxygen hydrogen micromixer

Shell and GE Additive have metal 3D-printed an oxygen hydrogen micromixer at the Energy Transition Campus Amsterdam.

Using additive manufacturing to detect counterfeit parts

Texas A&M Researchers are applying AM techniques to embed a hidden cache of information within products to help combat counterfeited goods.

Midhani to produce nickel and titanium for aerospace

Mishra Dhatu Nigam Limited (Midhani) has announced its intention to produce nickel and titanium-based alloy powders for the Additive Manufacturing of components in the...

Digital supply chain poised to change the energy industry

How 3D printing technology can transform the way Shell manages its material inventory and transform the energy sector’s supply chain.

EOS introduces four new materials for AM

EOS announced the introduction of four new metal materials for additive manufacturing (AM) on the EOS M 290 metal system, including two stainless steels, one tool steel and one nickel alloy.