SPEE3D said it has been selected by the U.S. Navy o take part in their MaintenX exercise to manufacture deployable metal 3D printing technology at both port and sea.
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Scope of work, automation, ROI and other matters of note. Or, how many widgets do you want to make—and how fast?
At this week’s RAPID + TCT show, the promise of additive manufacturing was on display. There was also talk of challenges facing the industry.
A primer on metal 3D printing technology, in all its many forms
Todd Grimm of T. A. Grimm & Associates offers a prediction of the future of additive manufacturing
This special Voices AMplified podcast features guest host Bryan Crutchfield, vice-president and general manager at Materialise and an advisor for SME’s AM Technical Community Leadership Committee, and Andy Christensen, adjunct faculty in the radiology department at the University of Cincinnati, as well as the 2022 chair of the Radiological Society of North America’s 3D Printing Special Interest Group for Medical Devices, a Fellow of the SME and AMUG, and recipient of SME’s AM Achievement Award in 2009. Crutchfield and Christensen discuss in-depth the promise and challenges AM for medical.
Tales from manufacturers who’ve implemented automation: Why they did it, what the results were—and advice to others considering a new droid.
Two executives, speaking at RAPID + TCT today, called on increased efforts in 3D printing.
This special Voices AMplified podcast features guest host John Barnes, CEO and founder of Barnes Global Advisors Group and Metal Powderworks. In addition, he is the vice-chair of SME’s AM Technical Leadership Committee. Barnes talks with Jon Meyer, CEO of APWorks, about their personal experiences in the growth and future of additive manufacturing.
Autonomous mobile robots are more than automated material handling.