The Royal Netherlands Army is in the process of rolling out an additive manufacturing roadmap and embedding AM in day-to-day operations. Together with DiManEx, parts have been selected for 3D printing and the first steps are being taken towards digital warehousing. The real change, however, lies in the way of thinking, the cultural shift.Continue reading “Digital Warehouse: Defence Supply Chain of the Future?”
A presentation by Michel Honoré, Project Manager R&D Laser AM and Safety at Force Technology, DenmarkContinue reading “Manufacturing F35 part with AM and CNC machining”
The transaction will include all of DSM’s Resins & Functional Materials businesses, including DSM Niaga®, DSM Additive Manufacturing and the coatings activities of DSM Advanced Solar. These businesses represented €1,012 million of DSM’s 2019 total annual net sales and €133 million of DSM’s 2019 total EBITDA.Continue reading “Covestro acquires coating resins business from DSM including the AM division”
According to an article written by the University of the Bundeswehr Munich and published in the Talyor & Francis Group, the production of spare parts using Additive Manufacturing (AM) is an emerging area that impacts the supply chain management.Continue reading “Production of spare parts using AM is an emerging area, particularly for Defense”
According to an article in Defense News The U.S. Army develops a process for using 3D Printing capabilities across the service from arsenals, depots and plants, and then down to the tactical level.Continue reading “3D printing at depots and in the field, the U.S. Army approach”
His team has developed a new technology for 3D metal printing and has now applied for a patent. This new technology uses LED instead of laser sources for the additive manufacturing of metal parts and optimizes 3D metal printing in terms of construction time, metal powder consumption, equipment costs and post-processing effort.Continue reading “An interview with professor Franz Haas about Selective LED-based melting”
Offered by our silver partner myprintoo. This company from Hamburg, Germany is a specialist in 3D printing technology. We offer not only products from the top manufacturers, but also provide all-round services for 3D printing (consulting, product trainings, webinars, maintenance).Continue reading “Download brochures of 3NTR or Anisoprint”
myprintoo from Hamburg, Germany is a specialist in 3D printing technology. We offer not only products from the top manufacturers, but also provide all-round services for 3D printing (consulting, product trainings, webinars, maintenance). We are exclusive partner for 3ntr (FDM 3D printers) and Anisoprint (Composite Fiber Coextrusion) and partner for Formlabs (SLA).Continue reading “Interview with Kevin Neugebauer, founder of myprintoo, silver partner 3D Printing Event”
Presentation / interview with César Stüpp, Brightlands Materials Center / TNO.
Fused filament fabrication (FFF) is a very versatile AM technique, although it is widely used for prototyping due to their limited mechanical properties, especially in between layers. To approach this matter, a novel technique was developed in which the strength in between layers was increased in 184%, which results in stronger parts.Continue reading “Strength of 3D Printed Polymer Parts (VIDEO)”
A presentation by Professor Marc in het Panhuis, University of Wollongong, Australia.
The Surf Flex Laboratory at the University is a dedicated facility for mechanical testing of surfing equipment, e.g. fins, surfboards, cloths, inlays, leash bars, and leashes to name but a few.Continue reading “Surfing the waves, 3D Printing and Internet of Things (VIDEO)”