Part examples from an established manufacturer of medical implants and instruments illustrate the expanded engineering possibilities that additive manufacturing is making possible.
Qualified international subscribers can receive full issues of Additive Manufacturing delivered in a convenient and interactive digital magazine format. Read at your convenience on your desktop or mobile device.
This digital edition of November’s Additive Manufacturing supplement is now available. Read it today.
Far from being opposite or competitive processes, additive manufacturing and CNC machining actually go together. They belong in the same machine.
This series of photos illustrates medical products produced through additive manufacturing by a company specializing in medical product development.
Ford is building engineering confidence through nearly production-ready prototype parts, which provide reliable test data—all thanks to additive manufacturing.
In small ways and in very big ways, additive manufacturing changes basic assumptions about the design of manufactured parts. Oak Ridge National Laboratory is discovering what the new assumptions should be.