Tag Archive for Additive manufacturing

Stratasys Expands Multi-Material Functionality and Versatility for Advanced Rapid Prototyping and Tooling Applications

Stratasys, a global leader in applied additive technology solutions, announced new material compatibility for its flagship J750 full color, multi-material 3D printing solution, delivering additional functionality and versatility for rapid prototyping and tooling applications. Stratasys PolyJet Agilus30 rubber-like material and Digital ABS Plus engineering-grade material can now be used with the Stratasys J750, expanding the range of applications that designers and manufacturers can 3D print.

Renishaw takes the lead in productive additive manufacturing

Global engineering and additive manufacturing (AM) technology company, Renishaw, returns to Formnext in 2017, to take the next step in bringing additive manufacturing to mainstream production. From November 14th – 17th in Frankfurt, Germany, the company is exhibiting its latest developments alongside current hardware and software offerings, to unlock the benefits of increased productivity and process monitoring in additive manufacturing. Renishaw can be found in Hall 3.1 on Stand E68.

Clever entry into the world of industrial 3D printing

EOS, the world’s leading technology supplier in the field of industrial 3D printing of metals and polymers, introduced the material handling solution IPCM M pro for its well-established EOS M 290 system. For this purpose, the EOS M 290 – a highly productive system for the Additive Manufacturing (AM) of metal components – is equipped with a special process chamber door with coupling points to connect with the IPCM M pro and material containers. The combination of system and periphery enables users to convey material easy, fast and safe out of the system, sieve it and refill it into the system – thus, simplifying industrial 3D printing as an established manufacturing method overall.

3D Printed Investment Casting Patterns in Formula One Racing

Renault Sport Formula One Team has been using 3D printing within its engineering workflow since 1998 to bring designs out of minds and into testing without wasting its most precious and limited resource: time. Home to several 3D printing technologies, the team makes significant use of 3D Systems stereolithography (SLA), and has expanded the number of applications this technology serves in parallel with larger growth trends in additive manufacturing.

Global full-liner for additive manufacturing

DMG MORI is advancing this future-oriented technology with the consistent further development of additive manufacturing in both powder nozzle and powder bed techniques.

Additive Manufacturing: a key technology for plastic injection and die casting

GF Machining Solutions—a long-time, major actor in plastic injection and die casting, supplying market players with high-performance machine tools—continues its legacy of providing customers with solutions for manufacturing the most complex molds, dies and inserts with the addition of Additive Manufacturing (AM) technology to its multi-technology portfolio. Discover the GF Division’s AgieCharmilles AM S 290 Tooling solution for mold and die in Hall 27, Stand B24, at EMO Hannover 2017, September 18–23, in Hannover, Germany.