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Additive Manufacturing software addition

Siemens launch aims to reduce overheating



Is this the future of 3D printer scanning?

Scanlab uses smart data-acquisition interface reading many sensors



Which is the best 3D printer for me?

New e-guide outlines options available



Is this a world first for reclaimed AM powders?

New process uses millings, turnings and other recycled feedstock sources



Thermoplastics range expands for 3D printers

Stratasys pushes toward manufacturing-grade parts



How viable is additive manufacturing?

Pondering the quality issues surrounding additive manufacturing



Stratasys and BAE move closer for real-world research

The two are constantly trying to improve the fused deposition system



The need for greener materials in 3D printing

Why sustainable 3D printing filaments are key to reducing waste



Taking AM beyond the prototype stage

Can 3D printing be used in the manufacture of safety critical vehicle parts?



SLS mock-up showcases novel valvetrain

Model will be used for trade show technology demos



Additive manufacturing alliance expands

Industry/academia consortium is based at the Colorado School of Mines



Additive manufacturing range expands

This latest offering is designed for larger parts



Scottish 3D printer opens for business

Start-up uses Atomic Diffusion Additive Manufacturing technology



New 3D printer with automated motorised calibration

Temperature control has been improved with dual blowers



Partnership speeds new component production

Focus is on metal additive manufacturing with integrated FEA



Choosing your next AM machine

Some important 3D printing tips for engineers



AM simulation-driven process software update

This is for powder bed-based, laser beam melting additive processes



AM helps hand-powered cyclists make history

Lightweight central titanium support was created by 3D printing



Food-printing takes AM to the next level

This uses precise temperature monitoring to create its dishes



Additive manufacturing materials research drive

The University of Exeter is forming an industry partnership to improve PAEK polymer solutions



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