What are integrated metal AM software solutions, and why are they important? A 3D Metal Printing magazine webinar set for March 27 from 2-3 p.m. EDT will answer these questions and more, as 3D Systems software experts share their insights.
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with the usual construction equipment, tools and weapons, the Seabees
of the Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 133 recently deployed with several 3D printers, providing them the ability to engineer and print original designs and stock-numbered items.
Thirty years ago, Hans Langer started EOS GmbH, banking on AM, then
an almost-unheard-of technology, to hit big, despite serious
skepticism. Today, his 100,000-sq.-ft. factory in Germany is humming,
and when it reaches full capacity, will be capable of shipping 1000
printers/mo. Forbes explores the man, his vision and his business.
A recent report shows the global 3D printing market reaching
$38.95 billion by 2024, citing consumer electronics and health care as
key drivers. Fused deposition modeling was identified as the dominant
technology, with selective laser sintering likely registering the
highest compound annual growth rate through 2024.
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