Additive Manufacturing Trend Report 2021

May 5, 2021

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Additive Manufacturing Trend Report 2021
The Additive Manufacturing Trend Report 2021, recently published by 3D Hubs, reveals that the additive manufacturing (AM) market grew by 21 percent in 2020 to a total of $12.6 billion, and is expected to continue to grow by 17 percent annually over the next three years.


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Centorr Vacuum Industries is a manufacturer of high performance vacuum debind and sintering furnaces for the 3D Additive Manufacturing furnace market, as well as units for Metal and Ceramic Injection Molding. Available with either metal or graphite hot zones, these units can process all of the most common metals including Fe-Ni, 316-L, 17-4PH, and Inconel powders and feedstocks as well as a variety of other materials including titanium, tungsten carbide, tool steels, and superalloys. The new Sintervac AM™ operates at pressures of 0-15 torr as well as positive pressures of argon, nitrogen, or forming gas for increased flexibility of processing binder-jetted parts, while the Workhorse AM™ is used for the heat treat, annealing, and tempering of laser-sintered parts. For more information, contact the sales department at 603-595-7233, sales@centorr.com or www.centorr.com.





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3D Systems Debuts Hybrid-Material Guides for Maxillofacial Surgeries
3D Systems has announced availability of its VSP (Virtual Surgical Planning) Hybrid Guides for maxillofacial surgical applications, manufactured using the company’s titanium and nylon materials on its nonmetal- and metal-AM machines. The guides are produced using 3D Systems’ LaserForm Ti and DuraForm ProX PA materials on the DMP Flex 350 and ProX SLS 6100 production-grade AM systems.

“3D Systems and its VSP surgical planning and guides are an integral part of my ability to deliver highly successful outcomes for my patients undergoing corrective jaw surgery,” says Dr. Jay Neugarten of the New York Center for Orthognathics and Maxillofacial Surgery.



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What You Should Be Looking for in a Modern 3D Metal Printer
Productivity, reliability, and repeatability are essential to your ability to scale your metal additive manufacturing. Emerging technologies can push this “holy trinity” of attributes beyond the status quo, and taking advantage of these new capabilities can help your organization further its position as an innovator in the market.
Download our eGuide now to learn more!



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Watch: Burloak Technologies Adds Quintus HIP to Aid AM-Production Scaling
 
 
Canadian AM provider Burloak Technologies has deployed a QIH 60 M URC hot isostatic press (HIP) from Quintus Technologies to provide improved part mechanical performance and strength properties. Burloak produces parts for applications in aerospace, automotive and industrial markets, focusing on transitioning challenging part designs for AM at scale, hence the addition of the HIP.

High-pressure heat-treatment capability of the QIH 60 (see video) facilitates the transition by combining high pressure, heat treatment and cooling in a single process that reportedly allows time- and cost-saving removal of several operations from the AM production line.


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Strong and Ductile 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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Conference highlights include:  
  • Keynote: Process Standardization, Data Collection and Transference—Joe Veranese, vice president and CIO, National Center for Defense Manufacturing and Machining (NCDMM)
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  • Design for AM—Dr. Tim Simpson, Penn State University
  • Panel Discussion—Working with Service Bureaus, moderated by Cullen Hilkene, CEO, 3Diligent Corp.
  • 3D Printed Parts in the Rail Industry, Brett Heher, lead mechanical engineer, Wabtec Corp.
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Industry News
Hexagon, Authentise Partner to Develop Open End-to-End AM Software
Fabrisonic Leveraging Multiple AM Processes to Optimize Components
STLE Annual Meeting (Virtual) Includes Two Presentations on Additive Manufacturing
Additive Industries Adds Massey as Chief Commercial Officer
Beamit Achieves Nadcap Welding, AM Accreditation
Materialise Opens Metal-AM Facility in Germany
3DX Industries Names Coriano VP of East Coast Operations


Spring 2021
In This Issue
Neighborhood 91 Poised to Become a Pittsburgh AM Powerhouse
A public/private partnership provided the infrastructure, including a reliable micro power grid, argon gas delivery and recycling, and powder storage, with AM institutions and companies now stepping in to build a concentrated base of expertise and capabilities to fuel economical scaling of AM development and production.
 
2021 Market Report—What's in Store for the Metal 3D Printing Industry?
Economic outlooks issued by many experts late in 2020 project a strong V-shaped recovery from the pandemic-affected global economy.




Coming in 3DMP's Spring 2021 Issue
  • AMUG Wrapup
  • 3D Printing of Superalloys
  • Metal-AM Semiconductor Applications
  • Case Studies: Metal 3D Printers in Action


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Industry-Related Terms: Case, Center, Download, Forming, Scale, Surface, Tempering
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