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Objectify and ISRO develop legacy aerospace components with Additive Manufacturing

Objectify & ISRO Use Additive Manufacturing To Develop Legacy Components.

Additive manufacturing or 3D printing is perceived as an innovative processing method to replace traditionally produced parts, including castings and...

Eindhoven Researcher Develops Closed-Loop Control System For SLA 3D Printing

Thomas Hafkamp, a Ph.D. researcher at Eindhoven University of Technology, is developing a novel closed-loop control system for SLA 3D...

Primary Flight Control Hydraulic Component 3D Printed By Liebherr, Using EOS Technology

The Challenge Substitute a conventional primary flight control hydraulic component with an additively manufactured part – fulfilling all certification...

EOS Technology Optimizes Automotive Components Manufacturing Process

“EOS Technology - EOSINT M 270, enabled us to manufacture an extremely durable component, while at the same time successfully...

Doctors Are Overworked; A 3D Scanner Can Help!

Case Study: introducing the Calibry 3D scanner into workflow of an orthopedic clinic to decrease physician workload. In short: A...

NIVEA shower gel refill station project utilises 3D Printing for success

Refill instead of throwing away – that’s the idea behind the first refill station by German skincare manufacturer Beiersdorf for...
3D printed motor nodes in titanium, making e-bikes more energy efficient and durable, with increased performance and longer life-time.

Sandvik manufacturers 3D printed titanium motor nodes for e-bikes

Lighter, more cost-efficient, and "quicker to manufacture" 3D printed motor nodes made with titanium, making e-bikes more energy efficient and...

Amplifying Additive’s Potential in Orthopedics

Biomedical engineer and an early additive technology proponent, Brian McLaughlin is passionate about the potential of electron beam melting (EBM)...

Thyssenkrupp Develops 3D Printed Burner Nozzles For High Temperature Environment

The team at Thyssenkrupp AM TechCenter (Asia Pacific) has successfully developed 3D printed burner nozzles suitable for use in prolonged...