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SLM Solutions’ Outfits Morf3D’s State-of-the-Art Headquarters with Two SLM® 500s and the NXG XII 600 for its Applied Digital Manufacturing Center

Morf3D’s 90,000 square foot ADMC facility will streamline and accelerate serial production lines across the globe.

The cooperation underscores both SLM Solution’s and Morf3D’s commitment to further advancing the industrialization of Additive Manufacturing technology by implementing 2 SLM® 500s and the delivery of NXG XII 600 in 2022

Velo3D and Launcher Expand High-Performance Liquid Rocket Engine Component-Manufacturing Collaboration

Rocket developer adds a second Sapphire 3D printing system to its facility

The partnership between Velo3D Inc., a leader in additive manufacturing (AM) for high-value metal parts, and Launcher, a developer of high-performance rockets for small satellites, is proving out the value of 3D printing for delivering these satellites to orbit cost-effectively and with destination-orbit flexibility.

Optomec adds Aluminum to Dozens of Metal Additive Printing Recipes

Pre-Qualified LENS-DED process parameters lower cost and speed time to production

Optomec Inc., a leader in production solutions for Metal Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printed Electronics, announced today it has added 7000 series Aluminum to its growing list of qualified alloys for use in its LENS 3D DED metal printers.

Innovative 3D Printing Solutions Bring New Light to Industrial Drone Technology

The Challenge

Digital Aerolus has been working together with Fast Radius to find innovative solutions for the different parts of the Aertos 130IR, an industrial drone that operates in confined spaces. During the manufacturing process, Fast Radius had to face some challenges regarding the housing of the device, which needed to have certain specifications regarding the transparency of the piece.

GE Aviation and GE Additive engineers have switched four existing parts from castings to metal 3D printing—and see potential for hundreds more

Additive Manufacturing Can Compete with Casting on Cost Alone

Most manufacturers would never dream of switching from an investment cast part to one made by additive manufacturing, especially if they already had paid for the casting mold. Yet that is exactly what GE Aviation is doing with four bleed air parts from a land/marine turbine. They made the decision based on cost and time to market.


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