Additive Manufacturing
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Reimagining Implants

A medical-industry contract manufacturer that built its reputation on CNC machining is now helping its customers realize the advantages of additive manufacturing.

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RedEye to Join with Other Additive Manufacturing Companies

Stratasys, the supplier of additive manufacturing technology and also owner of additive manufacturing service provider RedEye, announced this week that it intends to acquire two other AM service providers: Solid Concepts and Harvest Technologies.

 

Video: 3D Printing with Carbon Fiber

Make parts as strong as metal on a desktop machine, the company says.

MarkForged Mark One desktop machine
 

See 3D Printing in Action

During amerimold expo 2014 this June 11-12 in Novi, Michigan, exhibitor Linear Mold & Engineering will be offering a Destination Tour to see its 3D printing in action at its DMLS Division.

 

Why Make a Bike Frame through Additive Manufacturing?

One reason to make a bike frame through additive manufacturing processes is that unnecessary weight disappears. The 3D printed frame is two-thirds the weight of the previous version. Other advantages relate to design freedom and the performance of the additively applied alloy.

 

Add-On Additive Manufacturing

The capacity to build 3D metal forms is a retrofittable option for subtractive CNC machine tools.

 


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