Our website uses cookies

Cookies enable us to provide the best experience possible and help us understand how visitors use our website. By browsing Materials Today, you agree to our use of cookies.

Okay, I understand Learn more
Additives CHANGE TOPIC

Additive manufacturing features

Visit our Microsites to find more features on selected topics.

For articles and information on all the journals in the Materials Today family, including details on how to submit articles, visit the Journals page.

The importance of big data

A 3D printing software company based in the US suggests that a data-driven approach to AM is the way forward to revolutionize this new technology.

Cutting-edge technology

A Sheffield knife manufacturer joined forces with the UK’s foremost AM center to develop an innovative way to 3D print a bespoke chef’s knife.

One of the trickiest problems for the additive manufacturing industry is the manufacture of hardmetal tools, inserts and wear parts.

A US-based 3D printing company is working with researchers to develop ‘disappearing’ magnesium parts.

Binder jetting, a subset of additive manufacturing, is a suitable technique for the construction of metallic, ceramic and polymeric composite materials.

Specialty solvents and precision cleaning fluids can address the nuances and challenges of MIM and AM

Metal Powder Report sat down with John Rice, CEO of Sigma labs, to discuss his company’s role in the rapidly growing industry of metal 3D printing.

Advances in machine technology and improvements in materials are progressing the use of additive manufacturing in the composites market.

Global Advanced Metals has developed tantalum feeds for a range of AM processes.

Download this article for free, courtesy of HP, Inc.

Liz Nickels spoke to Velo 3D about the company’s innovative technology which reduces the need for supports in the metal 3D print bed.

This paper presents the various methods which have been developed for the production of AM titanium components.

A US company has developed new software which could help address the need for end-to-end additive manufacturing (AM).

New materials create higher-performing components. This can be seen with materials such as composites for Selective Laser Sintering (SLS).

Download this article for free, courtesy of HP.

Metal 3D printing’s capability to create lightweight, detailed custom parts means that it could be the ideal process to make certain implants for animals.

Download this free case study, courtesy of HP, Inc.

In the past few years, additive manufacturing with metal powders industry has gained rapid traction in the metal manufacturing sector.

Reinforced Plastics talks to people pushing out the boundaries of 3D printing.

The EPMA’s Additive Manufacturing Sectoral Group recently celebrated the fast-growing success of the new industry by a well-attended Open Meeting.

Connect with us
What’s coming up in additive manufacturing…
18
Sep ’19

 
17
Sep ’19

 
18
Sep ’19