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Focus| Driving circular plastics economy in Additive Manufacturing

We have grown up in an environment where plastic, once used, is considered waste. This burden has prevented generations of consumers and industries from capturing the economic benefits of plastic. With Additive Manufacturing and...

3YOURMIND and RusselSmith to develop Additive Manufacturing hub for oil and gas in Nigeria

As Africa’s largest economy, Nigeria has one of the region’s most powerful energy sectors and hosts many oil and gas supermajors. Today, the industry faces the challenge of sustaining and maintaining equipment on aging...

A new chapter for GE Additive begins, as Colibrium Additive

The company we all know as GE Additive will now pursue its AM journey as Colibrium Additive – a GE Aerospace company. The rebranding occurred after GE split into three public companies earlier this month:...

Integrating Additive Manufacturing for superior suspension systems

Traditional suspension component design has been largely constrained by the limitations of subtractive manufacturing methods, leading to inevitable compromises in design complexity and system integration. Additive manufacturing, however, breaks these bounds, offering engineers unprecedented...

The quest to avoid or minimize support structures in Additive Manufacturing

There are two types of people working with 3D printed parts: those who know how to deal with support structures and those who don’t. Last year at Formnext, while walking across the aisles, I...

Arburg says the Additive Manufacturing of grippers is “an interesting option for injection molding plants”

German OEM Arburg states that injection molding plants can benefit from the additive manufacturing of grippers and operating equipment – through its sister company ARBURGadditive whose core business is dedicated to AM. As part of...

AMAZEMET adopts Siemens Xcelerator to help democratize metal additive manufacturing

AMAZEMET, an expert in ultrasonic atomization, has adopted solutions from the Siemens Xcelerator portfolio to help build its closed-loop production chain for metal 3D printing materials and support post-processing equipment. AMAZEMET provides laboratory-scale units for...

Beyond LPBF: Honeywell on finding the right opportunity with Additive Manufacturing

With a decade of experience in Additive Manufacturing (AM), Honeywell has built a solid reputation as a major developer of commercial aerospace applications enabled by metal AM. Today, the company continues to explore new...

Additive Talks | How to ensure a pragmatic use of AM across the digital supply chain?

While exact estimates are hard to determine, market analysts agree with the fact that spare parts manufacturing is a multi-billion-dollar industry – given the fact that it spans different vertical industries, some of them...

Thermwood’s Cut Layer Additive is an Additive Manufacturing process that does not 3D print. CEO Ken Susnjara explains why.

Thermwood has rolled out a new manufacturing approach that brings together its history in CNC routing and its work in large-format additive manufacturing. Named Cut Layer Additive, the new manufacturing process does not 3D...