Pepperl+Fuchs’ 2020 Online Summit is a free digital platform that will allow customers and other interested parties to learn about the latest trends and solutions in factory and process automation—even during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Saratech will take over all of Apex's PLM software license and subscription sales, support services, and training classes.
As the winner, Contilio was awarded €25,000 and the opportunity to deliver a live proof of concept (POC) at the TÜV SÜD International Business Park in Singapore.
The first batch of face shields made at Eaton’s Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence in Southfield, Michigan were donated to hospitals in Ohio, New York, New Jersey and Michigan.
The CoVent-19 Challenge is open to teams and individuals anywhere, and finalists will work directly with Stratasys 3D printing experts and the CoVent-19 Challenge team to turn their designs into prototypes for testing.
The Siemens AM network is available globally and covers the entire value chain – from upload and simulation to checking the design up to the printing process and associated services.
By Ben Smye, Matmatch It has been 35 years since the first instance of what we now think of as additive manufacturing (AM), or 3D printing. Lauded for its rapid production speed and minimal waste, the process is becoming a staple of product prototyping. However, there is still room to improve the sustainability of this process.
Moving Beyond Prototypes: Is 3D printing the answer for the manufacture of safety-critical vehicle p
By Kostas Poulios, Pailton Engineering This article explains how 3D printing is used in large vehicle manufacturing and whether this method could play a role in the production of safety critical parts.
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Global engineering company Sandvik decided to test its additive manufacturing and 3D printing techniques by building the world‚Äôs first all-metal, unbreakable guitar and letting Malmsteen unleash his smashing skills.
New research published today in Science, led by researchers from Carnegie Mellon University and Argonne National Laboratory, has identified how and when these gas pockets form, as well as a methodology to predict their formation ‚Äì a pivotal discovery that could dramatically improve the 3D printing process.
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