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Liz Nickels visited World PM2016 in Hamburg and got swept up in a general atmosphere of optimism and innovation.
AP&C didn’t miss a beat after the September announcement that its parent Arcam AB was being acquired by GE.
The entry of several large corporations in the titanium alloy PM and AM arena has been highlighted in recent months by a variety of acquisitions.
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CRP USA specializes in additive manufacturing and 3D printing applications with Windform materials.
The Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft is one of the world's major international research organizations.
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A lot of money and materials gets wasted. The website www.composite-trade.com was conceived to put an end to all that.
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It's hard to keep track of the burgeoning AM industry. Liz Nickels spoke to Louis Davis of Stone Interactive Group to help users make sense of it all.
Liz Nickels delves into the world of internet business funding sites to see which innovative composite projects have captured the interest of investors.
Liz Nickels spoke to Joseph Weilhammer from EOS GmbH about why QA is the vital next step in the development of AM.
Neil Burns, co-founder and director at Croft Filters and Croft Additive Manufacturing (CAM), explains why AM is the future of filter manufacturing.
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Gopal S. Upadhyaya looks back at the history of the world's major PM associations.
Selective laser metal sintering is set to enable a burst of creativity for today's young gas turbine design engineers.
Stratasys has developed FDM Nylon 12CF, a carbon fiber-filled thermoplastic which could replace metal components in a range of applications.
Arcam reports continued growth in its recent interim report.
Conductive CNT-composites could be produced using standard commercial 3D printers, according to Italian researchers
Researchers at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center have developed a method for in situ inspection of additively manufactured (AM) parts.
H.C. Starck reported 2016 turnover of €688.4 million, down from €815.2 million in the previous year.