Additive manufacturing is one way companies can prepare for the next supply chain interruption.
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Sure, grinding equipment itself is getting better— but so is all the technology surrounding it.
The Verizon Business 2021 Data Breach Investigations Report (2021 DBIR) examines more breaches than ever before, and sheds light on how the most common forms of cyber attacks affected the international security landscape during the global pandemic.
3D Systems announced plans for acquisitions of two companies.
February 2021 U.S. cutting tool consumption totaled $149.5 million, according to the U.S. Cutting Tool Institute (USCTI) and AMT – The Association for Manufacturing Technology. This total, as reported by companies participating in the Cutting Tool Market Report collaboration, was up 3.3 percent from January's $144.8 million and down 17.1 percent when compared with the $180.3 million reported for February 2020.
3D Systems announced an expansion in Denver to support its health care solutions business and expand application development capabilities for its Application Innovation Group.
Stratasys Ltd. and DyeMansion, announced a strategic alliance to create the first reference architecture for production scale additive manufacturing.
IRB 1300 features IP67, Foundry Plus 2 and cleanroom ISO 4 versions, enabling new applications in harsh and contamination-free production environments.
Through its 40 years of success, though, the name “Advanced” really became a philosophy and objective, woven into every strand of the company’s DNA.
Michael Schuisky, AM Business Unit Manager, Sandvik Additive Manufacturing, talked to Manufacturing Engineering about metal 3D printing.