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Flame-retardant material for Additive Manufacturing

Windform FR1 is aimed at the aerospace and automotive industries



Entering the fourth dimension

How 4D printing is impacting manufacturing



Which Is Better, 3D Printing or CNC?

When is additive manufacturing more appropriate?



New material choices for AM

Elastomers offer greater 3D printing options



Are existing 3D printing materials sustainable?

Stone, seaweed and even human cells are being considered for Additive Manufacturing applications



New 3D printed panels

This aerospace demonstrator is one metre across



3D printing pushing manufacturing to the future

Could items like bearings benefit from additive manufacturing?



Cosmetics firm turns to 3D printed grippers

Tribologically-optimised filament saves up to 85% of the cost



Additive manufacturing launch

This system uses 500W lasers to fuse the metal



Increased security for digital manufacturing

A new industry partnership is being created to protect digital intellectual property



Better voxel control

Advances in software enable greater flexibility for 3D printing



3D printing made simple

New software launches for easy 3D calibration of integrated scan systems



Additive methods accelerate scooter development

This 3D-printed self-balancing scooter was developed by students at the University of Applied Sciences Ravensburg-Weingarten in Germany



Thinking about additive manufacturing for metal components?

Reporting on the current trends in the rapidly growing additive manufacturing sector



Already available additive technology

Peter Cookson explains why vacuum brazing is a form of proven, high-performance additive manufacturing



The new AM reality is coming

“Playtime’s over, but don’t panic,” says Materialise. Additive Manufacturing is on the cusp of going mainstream



3D printing takes off

Boris Sedacca reports on additive manufacturing for myriad applications



Breaking the mould of industry events

Euromold, the world fair for mould and pattern making, tooling, design, additive manufacturing and product development takes place October 25-27 in Munich, Germany



New research investment will shape aircraft of the future

Renishaw is contributing its additive manufacturing expertise to a new £17.7 million project led by Airbus



3D printing builds success for Moto2 bike

Team used additive manufacturing to produce a front suspension system



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