3D Printing/Additive manufacturing
The Manufacturer catches up with James Selka – CEO of the Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA), organiser of the biennial MACH exhibition.
If you only visit one manufacturing technologies exhibition in Europe this year, make it MACH 2016 – the UK’s largest and most well established manufacturing technologies showcase, organised by the industry for the industry.
A collaboration between Sheffield healthcare company, JRI Orthopaedics and 3D printing services provider, Mobelife is set to benefit patients across the country.
On February 5, Kingswood MP Chris Skidmore, formally opened HiETA Technologies’ new Additive Manufacturing Technology Centre.
Elon Musk and Sam Altman have set out to create a billion-dollar not-for-profit artificial intelligence research company, with the aim of maximizing the development and safety of AI.
German-based start up, Floatility, has developed a first-of-its-kind, lightweight, solar-powered, electric scooter using both Stratasys PolyJet and FDM 3D printing technology.
Automotive OEM, Opel, has reportedly slashed its manufacturing tool production costs by up to 90% using 3D printers, and is now able to 3D print assembly tools in less than 24 hours.
This year’s Tokyo Motor Show saw automakers focusing heavily on low-emissions offerings, with a shift towards hydrogen fuel cell technology and autonomous vehicle developments.
Telecommunications satellites being designed and built by French aerospace manufacturer Thales Alenia Space (TAS) will include the largest 3D printed spacecraft parts ever made in Europe.
Standards for the operation of large Unmanned Aircraft (UA) in civilian areas in the US have been drafted by a specialist US firm.