stars have been smashing guitars for decades. With that in mind,
Sweden-based Sandvik, a global engineering group, recognized an
opportunity to showcase its metal-cutting, materials technology and
metal 3D printing expertise, by producing a 3D-printed guitar able to withstand a beating by a rock star. See for yourself.
Lincoln Electric, a Cleveland, OH-based provider of welding products and systems, has acquired Baker Industries,
a Detroit, MI-based provider of tooling, parts and fixtures for the
automotive and aerospace markets. The acquisition complements Lincoln
Electric’s automation portfolio and its new metal additive manufacturing
service business, set to launch in mid-2019.
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, email@example.com or www.centorr.com.
XJet officials revealed at last month’s AMUG 2019 in Chicago that the company’s Nanoparticle Jetting technology
was used to print a ceramic-metal part—a zirconium-stainless 316L test
disc. While potential electronic applications abound, R&D must first
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A new report by
the market research and strategy consulting firm, Global Market
Insights, Inc, shows that the market for automotive 3D printing,
propelled by government and industry initiatives, could surpass $8
billion by 2024.
Two Germany-based companies, Siemens and the EDAG Group,
announced that they have extended their collaboration to promote
industrial applications of additive manufacturing and to make
engineering and production processes more efficient.
May 20-23, RAPID + TCT 2019, Cobo Center, Detroit, MI.
Make plans now to witness some of the year’s biggest product
announcements, discover the latest applications, and hear from industry
experts on where the industry is headed.
June 12-13, Mexico Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing Conference, Safi Valle Hotel, Monterrey, Mexico.
The North American market for 3D printing is exploding, and—according
to Allied Market Research—Mexico is expected to be the continent’s
fastest growing adopter of 3D printing technology, with a compound
annual growth rate of 27.3 percent from through 2022. Conference
attendees will interact with industry experts and learn about 3D
printing equipment and materials, and production applications in
aerospace, automotive, medical and other industries.
June 23-26, AMPM 2019: the Additive Manufacturing Powder Metallurgy conference, Sheraton Grand, Phoenix, AZ.
Plan Now for AMPM. Three days of metal additive manufacturing (AM)
technical sessions; 100-plus equipment, powder and processing
exhibitors; countless networking opportunities; and a half-day metal AM
tutorial on uses, processes, properties, applications and costs, await
you. Visit AMPM2019.org for details and to register.
is the largest Northeast manufacturing technology event. This is the
place for New England manufacturers to investigate and learn about the
latest advanced manufacturing equipment, including 3D printing. Engage
first-hand with more than 700 world-class companies to explore 3D
printing technologies. Register today and attend EASTEC, May 14-16, 2019.