Expeditionary metal 3D printing for the defense sector-new technology and latest status

Stefan Ritt

presentation by Dipl.eng Stefan Ritt, Managing director SPEE3D Europe at Virtual Additive Manufacturing for Defense Conference [live, online, 16:30-18:00 CET). Stefan will speak on November 3, during the session Additive Manufacturing for and in the battle field: science fiction or reality? The Applications! For the complete program click here.

The Australian Army has now completed a successful two-week field trial of a ‘WarpSPEE3D’ metal 3D printer at the Mount Bundey Training Area, Northern Territory.

A team of Royal Australian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (RAEME) soldiers from 1st Combat Service Support Battalion (1CSSB) overcame extreme conditions to design, print and finish a series of ground-breaking 3D printed parts in the field as case studies.

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Automated Surface Finishing for 3D-printed metal parts as enabler for serial production – Presented by Wolfgang Hansal, Hirtenberger Engineered Surfaces

Wolfgang Hansal, Hirtenberger Engineered Surfaces will speak at 3D Printing Post-Processing Conference on April 17, 2019, during 3D Printing Event in The Netherlands.

With the evolution of 3D-printing of metals from the prototyping scale towards a serial production the different steps in the production chain must be fully understood and adjusted to the each other in order to guarantee a constant and reproducible quality of the final products. Among the different process steps, the post-processing of AM metal parts is crucial but nevertheless still an open issue at industrial scale.

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AddLab 3D Printing Metal Parts in the Netherlands (VIDEO)

The Netherlands has given the world of 3D Printing companies like Shapeways and LeapFrog. Also coming from Eindhoven, Netherlands is AddLab, the first 3D printing pilot factory for the production of industrial metal parts. Their aim is to develop high end manufacturing applications for 3D metal printing. Check the video below to see how things are done at AddLab: Continue reading “AddLab 3D Printing Metal Parts in the Netherlands (VIDEO)”