A video from Pratt & Whitney illustrates the steps needed to additively manufacture an aerospace component.
A panel discussion captured on video addresses this question.
The Linear Mold business development manager will be one of the speakers at the October 20-21 conference in Knoxville, Tennessee, focusing on industrial applications of additive manufacturing.
The sponsor of the upcoming Additive Manufacturing Conference in Knoxville, Tennessee, has revealed the electric car that it will produce in this city.
In addition to making either metal or plastic parts, one other production application of additive manufacturing is building in sand to create molds for casting without any need for a pattern.
GE engineers started with a radio-controlled engine and redesigned it for additive manufacturing. This model manufacturing exercise illustrates important real points about additive manufacturing as a production option.
Combining a ductile phase with a hard phase in a single build generates hard ferrous parts without cracking. Possibilities now include additive manufacturing of cutting tools, dies, bearings and downhole hardware.
What is additive manufacturing's role? What sort of parts are made through additive manufacturing? And will this process replace machinining? Peter Zelinski responds to these and other questions
This video first debuted during IMTS 2014. It takes a deeper look into the trend of additive manufacturing.
This video made its debut at the Advanced Manufacturing Center (AMC) during the 2014 International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS). Watch to discover ways that additive manufacturing can move your manufacturing forward.