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EOSPRINT 2.0: Intuitive, open and productive CAM tool for Industrial 3D Printing

EOS, the world’s leading technology provider for industrial 3D printing of metals and polymers, presents EOSPRINT 2.0, the newest version of its comprehensive AM (Additive Manufacturing) CAM environment. Together with data preparation software like Siemens NX™, or Magics, the new EOS software provides an intuitive user interface, offers customers greater freedom for application-specific parameter optimization and allows easier part optimization – leading to increased productivity and part quality. EOSPRINT 2.0 is now available for metal systems EOS M 290 and EOS M 400. Future iterations will include support for all current EOS metal systems and future polymer systems.

VERICUT Software for Aerospace Manufacturers

CGTech will showcase its expanded range of software applications for the aerospace industry in Hall 2B, Stand F172, Booth 1 at this year’s Paris International Air Show, Le Bourget, on June 19 through 23, 2017.

With DMG MORI into the age of Industry 4.0

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DMG MORI is reinforcing the basis of integral digitization with new CELOS® Solutions, exclusive technology cycles and powertools as well as a new start-up for digital production.

Innovation drives Renishaw Greenpower team to success

Greenpower races require teams to design, build and race fully functioning electric vehicles. Greenpower aims to introduce children and young people aged between nine and 25 to an engineering environment, encouraging participation from schools, universities and companies. Since its first event in 1999, the Greenpower initiative has grown significantly and now works with over 8,000 students across the country.

LASERTEC 65 3D – Additive Manufacturing in milling quality

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The unique technology combination of laser deposition welding by means of powder nozzle and milling on the LASERTEC 65 3D is an innovative, generative manufacturing process which enables complex geometries and individualised components to be produced faster. In particular, large components up to 500 mm diameter can be manufactured quickly and efficiently with this hybrid solution. Flexible switching between laser machining and milling also enables component segments which are no longer accessible on the finished part to be machined directly.