3D Metal Printing Conference and Tech Tours Heads to Hartford, CT

March 2, 2022

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3D Metal Printing Conference and Tech Tours Heads to Hartford, CT
Join 3D Metal Printing magazine June 7-8, 2022, for this timely, informative educational opportunity featuring keynote and technical presentations, and facility tours to see metal additive manufacturing (AM) in action!  Attendees will interact directly with industry experts, learn about the latest technology developments for 3D metal printing and hear case-study applications for 3D metal printing. They’ll also participate in exclusive plant tours of the Pratt & Whitney Additive Manufacturing Center at the University of Connecticut; and the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology (CCAT) Advanced Manufacturing Center (AMC).


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Machine-Learning Software Eases Material-Allowables Development
Through a contract awarded by America Makes and funded by the U.S. Air Force, Senvol has applied its machine-learning software, Senvol ML, to enable a path to rapid development of material property allowables for AM.

“AM is a modern and digital manufacturing method with rapidly tailorable processing,” says Dr. Brandon Ribic, America Makes technology director. “To continue using traditional material allowables development approaches is a bottleneck to wider material and process options, and capabilities for AM.”


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New Version of Sigma Labs’ In-Process Quality Control Software
Sigma Labs has introduced version 7.0 of its PrintRite3D software, which provides in-process monitoring for quality assurance. The new release includes added features such as temperature monitoring and calibration, neural net machine learning, recoater interaction detection, user-facing machine-learning predictive models, multiple-laser quality metrics, and 3D-visualization diagnostics.



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Vacuum Heat Treating 3D Metal Printed Components
Since 3D printing builds to near net or finished dimensions, vacuum heat treating is an absolute necessity. Vacuum levels that approach 1 X 10-6 Torr produce clean and oxide free surface conditions that are metallurgically stable. Critical temperature control is also a must to avoid cracking and producing a strong and ductile part.




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WATCH: DM 4140 Powder Added to Binder Jetting Process—Ideal for High-Load Applications
 
 
Digital Metal has added low-alloy DM 4140 steel powder to its binder jetting system, ideal for components exposed to high loads. In collaboration with Hyundai Motors, Digital Metal developed and certified DM 4140 in order to manufacture gearbox control fingers using binder jetting. The firm notes that DM 4140 is ideal for high-load components in automotive, consumer goods and industrial applications.


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The AMUG Conference brings a unique experience to additive manufacturing where attendees are eager to share insights. Designed to facilitate information exchange between AM users, the conference brings together individuals of all experience levels. Register now to join us in Chicago, Illinois, April 3 – 7, 2022.





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3D-Printed Nodes for Facade Construction
Trumpf has showcased an interesting application for its TruPrint AM machines: components of parametric facade systems from exyz, a German company, with facade nodes printed on a TruPrint 5000 in use at H+B Hightech GmbH.



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Witness product announcements, experience hands-on equipment demos, learn real-world AM applications from the most respected experts and network with thousands of industry peers.
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Industry News
Spee3d Wins U.S. Defense Strategies Institute Award for Deployable AM
Sigma Labs Promotes Brunsberg to President and COO
Registration Open for RAPID + TCT 2022
ABB Turbocharging Chooses Additive Industries AM Platform for On-Demand Spare Parts
Workflow Tools: Authentise Acquires Elements
Lutz Labisch Named President and CEO of Trumpf Inc.


Winter 2022
In This Issue
CAM Software Triggers Success with DED Metal Printing
A state-of-the-art CAD-CAM environment for DED automates the control of power from the energy source, material feed and the manipulator. Then, automation features within the software itself allow for repeatable processing of part families with reduced costs and streamlined development time.

Formnext 2021—Plenty to See in Live Return
Machines, materials and software led the new technology push at the world’s largest AM event.




Coming in 3DMP's Next Issue
  • AMUG (April 3-7, 2022, Chicago, IL) Preview
  • Bound-Powder Metal-Filament Printing
  • Post-Processing
  • Laser-Powder-Bed Printing of Stainless Steel
  • RAPID + TCT Preview

Industry-Related Terms: Cam, Center, Stainless Steel, Surface, Ultrasonic
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