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Rich Knowledgebase for 3D Printing Industry

The size of a small car, the Additive Manufacturing Metrology Testbed is a custom-made 3D metal printer that helps NIST researchers such as mechanical engineer Brandon Lane study this layer-by-layer printing process in depth to help manufacturers improve their “recipes” for quality parts and assemblies.
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Technology That Will Change Our World in 2023 and Beyond: Manufacturing Innovation

As we begin 2023, Pravina Raghavan, the director of NIST’s Manufacturing Extension Partnership, looks ahead to the most transformative technology taking...
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NDIA Policy Points: Additive Manufacturing Can Revolutionize Industry

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to reverberate throughout the global economy. Supply chains and logistics — once mundane...
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Additive Manufacturing Industry News | Week 05 | 2023

The round up of last weeks additive manufacturing news includes announcement of keynote speakers for AMUG 2023; launch of UltiMaker...
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Additive Manufacturing Industry News | Week 04 | 2023

The round up of last weeks additive manufacturing news includes partnership between Shree Rapid Technologies and API Metrology; joining of...

Additive Manufacturing speeds part development for motorsports

At the highest levels of motorsports competition, speed is king, both on the track and behind the scenes. Unlike the...
Unique Catalyst Designs Enabled by 3D printing

Shell Enables Unique Catalyst Designs With Additive Manufacturing

A catalyst is a substance that increases the speed of a chemical reaction without itself being part of the reaction....
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Heat Treatment to Improve Patient-Specific Implants Manufactured Using Metal AM

The article discuses about innovative heat treatment used by researchers at IISC to transform martensitic microstructure into a bimodal microstructure...
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Additive Manufacturing Industry News | Week 03 | 2023

The round up of last weeks additive manufacturing news includes initiation of plan to build first 3D printed Mosque in...
The thrill of hi-tech tools: luxury jewellery designers like Boucheron, Boghossian and Tiffany & Co. flirt with 3D technology. Photo: Bulgari

Is 3D printing the next big thing in high jewellery?

The luxury jewellery industry may most often celebrate the continued use of time-honoured craftsmanship, but 3D design and printing technologies are...
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Unpacking The Myths About 3D-Printed Prosthetics

"Reprinted by permission from the January 2023 issue of Amplitude Magazine." As attendees walked the exhibit floor at the American Orthotic and Prosthetic...
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Additive Manufacturing Industry News | Week 02 | 2023

The round up of last weeks additive manufacturing news includes partnership between Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) and Spare Part 3D...
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Additive manufacturing for the fashion and lifestyle industry

The fashion and lifestyle industry is one of the unique spaces where Additive Manufacturing is playing transformative role. Globally, the...