Additive/Subtractive Manufacturing in Action

November 12, 2019

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WATCH: Additive/Subtractive Manufacturing in Action
See the capabilities of hybrid additive/subtractive manufacturing, the parts and the equipment in action, courtesy of DMG Mori, as presented by Titans of CNC: Academy at EMO 2019.





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America Makes, DoD Select 3D Systems for Project to Reduce Part Corrosion
3D Systems announced it has been awarded a contract by America Makes and the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) in a project that aims to address corrosion difficulties common to naval sea system and other DoD platforms exposed to saltwater environments. According to a 2018 study by Logistics Management Institute, corrosion costs the U.S. Navy more than $8.5 billion annually, accounting for more than 20 percent of total maintenance costs. 

In a collaborative arrangement, 3D Systems will conduct research and development of the Corrosion Performance Design Guide for Direct Metal Printing of Nickel Alloys. The company received the award based on its ability to collect corrosion data and apply its expertise on the effects of various production practices associated with parts built via direct metal printing.


AM on Display at FABTECH
Coming to FABTECH? Check out the 3D/Additive Manufacturing pavilion in the South building, and 3D Metal Printing magazine at booth A3944. Held November 11-14 at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL, FABTECH is North America’s largest sheet metal forming and fabricating event, and is expected to attract more than 48,000 attendees and 1700-plus exhibitors.

LISTEN: Solving Porosity Issues in 3D Metal Printing
A Composites Weekly podcast explores this ever-present metal AM challenge with Dr. Anthony Rollett, co-director of the NextManufacturing Center and professor of Materials Science and Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University.

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3D Printing Trends for 2020
Noting that additive manufacturing (AM)-related sales by large public companies expect to surpass $2.7 billion next year and $3 billion in 20201, Envision Capital Group LLC has posted what it believes to be four major industry trends in 2020:
  • The divergence of metal 3D printing toward either affordable machines or machines for mass production
  • A rise in development and availability of AM process control software
  • The first trials of binder jetting as a technology
  • A widespread acceptance of high-grade plastic and composite printing in manufacturing fields.

Free Webinar: Selecting Parts for Additive Manufacturing
As metal AM continues to expand as a viable production process, many companies are assessing the viability of producing parts via the selective laser melting. In 3D Metal Printing’s free webinar, Selecting Parts for Additive Manufacturing, the SLM Solutions North America application-engineering team discusses what types of parts, features and geometries are best suited to be optimized for AM, and tips on what may make the process unfeasible. Attendees gain an overview of how to assess their components in order to implement a metal AM strategy.

Register for AMUG, the Signature North American AM Users Event
Registration is open for the Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) 2020 Education & Training Conference, March 22–26 in Chicago, IL. The conference, set for its 32nd year, targets owners and operators of industrial AM technologies used for professional purposes, and attracts users all along the experience spectrum.


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WATCH: GE Additive Brews Up AM Solution for German Brewer
Introducing a centuries-old German brewer to the possibilities of 3D printing, GE Additive helped design and build components to improve the addition of water to grain during the brewing process.




All Things AM: formnext 2019
AM professionals from around the globe will converge in Frankfurt, Germany, on November 19 for the opening day of formnext 2019, the world’s largest AM event. Show organizers expect to draw nearly 30,000 visitors representing aerospace, automotive, energy, medical and more. In addition, more than 600 exhibitors representing 32 nations will be on hand to show and discuss their wares and services.

Industry News
Today’s News
Optomec Delivers 500th Industrial 3D Printer
ASTM International Honors Northrop Grumman's Harvey Hack
Startup Develops Ultrasonic AM
Report: Directed Energy Deposition to Reach Almost $755 Million by 2025
6K Launches First AM Powders From Sustainable Sources


Fall 2019
In This Issue
Metal AM: The Newest Tool in the Shed
...at RPG Industries, a full-service multiprocess machine shop, tool builder and production manufacturer in Western Ohio. "We always strive to stay at the leading edge of technology," says company owner Robert Ginsburg, "and that’s where 3D metal printing fits."

Tackling a Mountain of AM Challenges in the Rockies
New additive manufacturing education programs and a high-powered consortium position Colorado School of Mines as a 3D printing teaching and research leader.




Coming in 3DMP's Winter 2019 Issue
The latest finishing technology for 3D metal printing, an all-important step in the AM process, includes wire-EDM machines built for AM’s unique needs.

Software developers have stepped up to deliver design, simulation and quality-control products for AM. Here’s the latest.


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Industry-Related Terms: Alloys, Center, CNC, Draw, Edge, Forming, LASER, Ultrasonic
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