Irrespective of the industry, there has been an increase in the awareness and discussions with customers and suppliers regarding the qualification of additively manufactured parts and process. In recent years, there is also an increase in the creation and release of Additive Manufacturing (AM) related standards. Organizations such as SAE, ASTM, and FDA etc. are providing guidance for AM device/part
Aerospace has become one of the leading industries when it comes to the application of Additive Manufacturing in serial production for safety critical parts. Reasons for this can be found in the unique design possibilities as well as the functional integration which can be realized by AM. Therefore AM offers not only clear advantages regarding production costs but also enables
With the advent of 3D printing, along with the latest manufacturing materials, innovators in the mobility space are now able to provide a greater level of independence and a better quality of life for amputees and those affected by neurological disorders. Millions of people around the world depend on prosthetics and other mobility devices to negotiate the world around them.
NextGenAM – pilot project for automated metallic 3D printing proves a complete success. Joint project between Premium AEROTEC, EOS and Daimler demonstrates huge potential for the production of replacement parts and series-production components. Joint project between Premium AEROTEC, EOS and Daimler demonstrates huge potential for the production of replacement parts and series-production components Production of truck parts begun. Potential for
“Every month the pad handling machine isn’t up and running, we’re missing out on over 15% of increased plant throughput.”— Phil M, Senior Mechanical Designer
Four new EOS metal materials open up new application possibilities. Comprehensive data on the material properties provide transparency and standards for production. EOS, the world’s leading technology supplier in the field of Industrial 3D printing of metals and polymers, presents the four new metal materials EOS StainlessSteel CX, EOS Aluminium AlF357, EOS Titanium Ti64 Grade 5, and EOS Titanium Ti64
Struggling to accurately print 3D parts? Marforged is solving this problem with Blacksmith AI — the world’s first AI-powered software for manufacturing. Join VP of Product Jon Reilly as he explores the future of software and AI in manufacturing. In this live webinar, Jon explains how Blacksmith AI works and fits into Adaptive Manufacturing. Topics covered will include: How advances in
3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, is used to describe one of many processes available that involve the conversion of a digital file into a solid, three dimensional object. A 3D printer will repeatedly lay down or fuse successive layers of material together, tracing the file’s cross sectional shape until a physical object takes form. There are many 3D
AFGRI is a leading agricultural services company that focuses on grain commodities and agricultural services and equipment, while incorporating a long-term vision of food security across Africa. As part of their sponsorship program, AFGRI gives support to the Vodacom Bulls, which are a professional rugby union team based in Pretoria, South Africa.
As part of a promotion, AFGRI wanted to create a miniature RC truck body to be used to carry on the kicking tee at Currie Cup Rugby games. They approached Rapid 3D to find a solution utilizing a large format 3D printer from 3D Platform. Now completed, the RC truck is branded with the AFGRI logo, and often featured during televised rugby games.
The data sheets for our new EOS metal materials now contain even more information, such as the number of specimens underlying the mechanical properties. High-resolution SEM images also offer further insight into the quality of the EOS materials. EOS Titanium Ti64 Grade 5 for applications that require lightweight materials with maximum strength EOS Titanium Ti64 Grade 5 has been specially