3D Printing/Additive manufacturing
The world doesn’t stand still. So, it’s important for manufacturers to keep abreast of emerging manufacturing technology trends—both in terms of IT, as well as core manufacturing technologies. What are the key manufacturing takeaways from Gartner’s top technology trends? Andy Gough, general manager at Datawright discusses.
In an effort to resolve a lengthy backlog in the delivery of its spare parts, from September, Mercedes-Benz is going make 30 different plastic spare parts for its cargo trucks available to 3D print.
A new collaboration between SAP SE and APWorks, a subsidiary of Airbus Defence and Space GmbH, has been announced that aims to speed up the adoption and standardisation of industrial 3D printing.
While the fourth industrial revolution reveals the perks and pitfalls of digitized production, companies are facing challenges and opportunities like never before.
Additive manufacturing specialist, KWSP has applied high performance, reverse engineering to help bring an Alfa Romeo Tipo back to life.
The US Department of Energy (DOE) has selected 93 projects which will share in $82m in federal funding to help push innovative nuclear technologies towards commercialization.
The US Department of Energy (DOE) has selected GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy to lead a $2 million additive manufacturing research project.
Today's consumers expect products that are fast, smart and convenient, and conductive inks are delivering on those demands.
The world’s first-ever 3D printed office building has been completed in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
The 3D printing revolution is finally starting to move out of R&D and design labs, and into the manufacturing mainstream.