3D Printing/Additive manufacturing
3D printing is enabling many advancements, from improving ecosystems and the medical industry to reducing emissions; Siemens latest innovation is embracing additive manufacturing and its capabilities.
Rising ocean temperatures have led to bleached corals that are devastating the environment. Could producing artificial corals via additive manufacturing fix this fragile ecosystem?
Fluxaxis, has a range of advanced 3D printing machines that are able to produce products and parts on any scale with the service like no other in the world, 3D printing engineer Jake Augur says.
Additive manufacturing may be transforming industries such as aerospace, automotive, healthcare and tooling; but a major challenge persists - how can companies produce additive powders of a robust and repeatable quality?
Oerlikon AM and RUAG Space - the Space Division of Swiss technology group, RUAG - have joined forces to accelerate the serial production of 3D printed components.
The quest for metal lightweighting - the ability to make parts lighter – is prompting a whole new way to think about design and manufacture.
The world’s largest chemical producer, BASF, has announced a major investment in the Belgian-headquartered supplier of 3D printing technologies.
The NHS turned 70 last week, which is also around the average age people require joint replacements; could additive manufacturing represent the medical industry’s future?
The Manufacturing Technology Centre near Coventry is to lead a £15m programme aimed at encouraging suppliers to the UK aerospace industry to adopt additive manufacturing.
People, product and process innovation more important than ever for greater flexibility.