The AMUG Conference brings a unique experience to additive manufacturing (AM). Designed to facilitate information exchange between AM users, the conference brings together individuals of all experience levels that wish to do more with the technology. What makes the AMUG Conference different is the openness of attendees and willingness to share. March 22 – 26, 2020.
Renishaw, with U.S. operations in West Dundee, IL, recently teamed with Hillsdale, MI-based Cobra Aero, an engine manufacturing company, to optimize Cobra’s design processes for aircraft and motorcycle engines.
AddUp Group, a French-based provider of metal additive manufacturing (AM) machines and solutions with operations in Greenville, SC, and the U.S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, have announced a $2.7-million cooperative research and development agreement.
Engage with the brightest minds in aerospace and defense manufacturing at AeroDef 2020, March 16-19 in Fort Worth. Whether you’re exploring smart technologies on the show floor or attending the industry’s premier conference, you’ll be immersed in the best that aerospace and defense manufacturing has to offer.
this #Growth episode of the Industrial + Manufacturing podcast, David
Leigh, chief operating officer at EOS North America, explains how CAD,
CAM, 3D printing and AM are creating better products, faster prototypes
and mass personalization.
ASTM International Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence, West
Conshohocken, PA, has announced one of the industry's first certificate
programs, with a course set for March 10-12 at Auburn University,
The Advanced Manufacturing & Repair for Gas Turbines event is
dedicated to advanced manufacturing for gas turbines and promises to
reveal successful best practices and new technologies to improve
efficiencies and reduce maintenance costs. Join us to learn, share and
build relationships when the full supply chain of companies involved
with advanced manufacturing for gas turbines come together in March.
Corporation of Americas, New York, NY, announced its investment in
Elementum 3D, Inc., an Erie, CO-based AM solutions provider,
specializing in the creation of advanced metals, composites and
ceramics. Elementum 3D holds a patent for a metal powder blended with
ceramics that reportedly enables faster printing speed, stronger
mechanical properties and a wider usage of metal grades that have not
traditionally been suitable for AM.