Presented with IMTS spark, the series will explore how 3D printing technology is changing the face of manufacturing.
“Better” is the wrong metric—instead, molders should understand the key differences between tooling and appreciate where in the product lifecycle each technology fits best.
Stephanie Hendrixson with Additive Manufacturing Magazine discusses the unique ways companies are using 3D printing, focusing on its increasing application for industrial production, as opposed to prototyping.
GM’s director of additive manufacturing, Ron Daul, talks with Plastics Technology about the company’s investment in 3D printing technologies.
The coronavirus crisis has often simultaneously required the speed of additive manufacturing and the scale of injection molding.
The partnership will allow each company to offer needed products in the additive manufacturing space.
xMED412 combines the physical properties and biocompatibility of medical-grade materials and is ideal for the production of various devices across industries.
Chinese 3D printing manufacturer INTAMSYS becomes the first reseller of Victrex’s new AM PAEK for 3D printing.
Evonik continues to expand its business in the area of additive manufacturing.