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.
At AMUG 2019, XJet Chief Business Officer Dror Danai teased the future of the company's Nanoparticle Jetting technology,
showing a printed ceramic-metal part. This capability offers the
potential, perhaps a few years down the road, for electronic
The Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG), at the opening of AMUG 2019 in Chicago, IL, recognized the recipients of this year’s AMUG scholarships:
Wenchao Zhou, Ph.D., an assistant professor in the Department of
Engineering at the University of Arkansas (U of A), winner of the Randy
Stevens Scholarship; and Victoria Sears, pursuing a master’s degree in
Bioengineering at the University of Michigan (UM), winner of the Guy E.
Solar Atmospheres provides
commercial vacuum heat treating services for 3D metal printing
technologies. Our vacuum furnaces can produce the critical temperature
uniformity (+2°F) when needed and the vital heating and cooling
data by thermocoupling parts directly. Solar operates plants in
Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and California.
In 2018, Praxair Surface Technologies’TruForm™Advance Teamcreated over 200 new custom alloys for customer applications in our TruForm Center for AM Advancement. Visit us in booth #1152, May 21-23, and discover the latest AM metal powder trends.
Larmour, CEO of Orbex, reveals Europe's most modern, environmentally
friendly and reusable launch vehicle. Of partnering with SLM Solutions
to 3D print the world's largest single-piece rocket engine Larmour stated, “This allows us to build reliably in a repeatable manner at a reduced cost."
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.
Known worldwide as North America’s most important additive manufacturing event, RAPID + TCT
is where the entire community convenes to share what’s new and solve
their toughest manufacturing challenges. See the latest 3D technologies
from 350+ exhibitors, learn real-world additive manufacturing solutions
from industry experts, and network with 6,000+ attendees.