STILFOLD sells its first “industrial origami” metal-folding machine to Georgia Tech’s School of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
This paper reviews several algorithms, with a focus on machine learning methods, to systematically tackle the three main stages of the additive manufacturing process.
Announced at Formnext 2023, Fuse Blast automates additive part cleaning and polishing, promising finished 3D-printed products in 15 minutes.
A streamlined workflow results in a significant reduction in lead times and provides a level of agility that is invaluable in today’s fast-paced market.
Learn how the intersection of additive manufacturing (AM) and nTop enables engineers to optimize heat dissipation and extend the operational life of components.
A partnership between Brooks Running and HP results in an experimental shoe that raises the bar on performance and sustainability.
Keynote panel at the DE Design & Simulation Summit explores the potential for artificial intelligence to enhance design for additive.
Discover how engineers armed with skills from the 3D Printing Bootcamp and nTop's design software capabilities, are able to optimize airplane seat brackets using simulation data and generate real-world results.
Learn how nTop, in tandem with AM, turns design challenges into opportunities and influences the future of aerospace solutions.
DLP 3D printers could create products that are rigid in some places and flexible in others, according to the researchers.
The thermal resistance improvement of 55% in the generative design CPU cooler is proof of the game-changing potential of the technologies presented in this blog.
While hospitals aren’t ready to turn into on-site manufacturers, they are turning to service providers to ramp up point-of-care additive manufacturing for patient-specific medical devices.
Learn how nTop revolutionizes the design of jigs and fixtures for additive manufacturing within the aerospace and defense industry.
Is 3D printing the path to greener manufacturing?
3D printing is about more than an efficient manufacturing methodology; it’s about the efficiency, the process and the improvements of the parts that are made.
Markforged survey looks at the average American’s attitude toward additive manufacturing.
Discover how additive manufacturing is revolutionizing production, streamlining processes, and reducing costs while offering a faster route to market for new hardware products.
Learn how to additively manufacture smarter heat exchangers for aerospace and defense in nTop.
Consolidation, innovation and the drive toward production-ready additive manufacturing could bring another order-of-magnitude change in the industry over the next decade.
New online analysis tool from EOS aims to help customers answer that question and easily explore the viability of 3D printed parts.
Generative Design starts with counterintuitive design alternatives. It leads to state-of-the-art products that defy conventional design and manufacturing methods.
This article presents six steps to keep in mind when designing your parts.
Splitting a model into smaller parts that can be combined after printing is a great solution for 3D printing large objects that don’t fit on a build platform.
Learn how design automation with additive manufacturing (AM) is transforming the manufacturing process of industrial hardware and how you can leverage this technology to rapidly create complex geometry with enhanced performance.
Learn how additive manufacturing is transforming supply chain management in industrial hardware and how you can leverage this technology to create better supply chains.
Better, faster decisions are made possible when these transformational sciences align.
A look at how 3D printing can impact the consumer side of the automotive business.
The Radford Type 62-2 includes 3D printed fenders, brake ducts, and radiator cooling ducts, among other parts.
Read how an old Lezyne brand taillight was 3D printed to fit the proprietary Blendr mounting system found on Trek bikes.
Cloud-based AI in space can identify damage to gear, process health data and test 3D printed parts.
This article explores how 3D printing orthoses, paired with a fully digital fabrication process, creates new opportunities for healthcare providers to innovate, improve patient outcomes, and reduce the cost of care.
This article explores how 3D printing is radically changing the field of prosthetics. You will learn how you can take advantage of this new technology by embracing a digital workflow.
Nexa3D XiP Pro 3D printer is a new model in the company's line of resin photopolymer 3D printers.
As production-scale AM gains traction, process simulation and in-situ monitoring are keys to consistent quality and optimized performance for 3D-printed parts.
According to this nTopology blog post, nTop 4 allows you to bring a new generation of products to market even faster.
New GrabCAD Print Pro includes quality assurance functionality, made possible by the company’s recent acquisition of Riven. It is an enhanced version of the company’s original GrabCAD Print software.
Impossible Objects CBAM 25 uses high-performance composite materials.
To shed light on the rapidly-evolving Additive Manufacuring field, Altair has put together a comprehensive guide to the seven key AM technologies as defined by ISO ASTM 52900. Read this article to discover the advantages and disadvantages of each method and stay ahead of the curve in this game-changing industry.
Expanded materials, software, services and HP Digital Manufacturing Network highlight advancements for customers.
Material data is the key ingredient in multimaterial part performance simulation.
The U.S. Navy is testing a hybrid 3D printer onboard a warship to see it can turn out replacement parts and make repairs while at sea.
Making a case for using 3D printing for tackling pain points that accompany traditional manufacturing methods during a time of unprecedented global insecurities.
Markforged is the innovator behind The Digital Forge, an industrial platform of 3D printers.
Siemens Digital Industries Software is delivering simulation-based solutions to improve the understanding of the material structure, as well as to predict and optimize the performance of the printed product. This blog post looks at the durability performance attribute.
For the past several years, serious discussion has been circulating about returning to the moon as well as, for the first time, setting foot on Mars. In regards to both of those goals, it’s a matter of not if, but when. Technology is advancing rapidly, and one technology in particular is likely to carry much of the responsibility for the future of human space travel: additive manufacturing.
Nature is many things—powerful, beautiful, destructive, and above all, intelligent. Plants and animals have developed some remarkable functions and adaptations. Beyond giving specific living organisms evolutionary advantages, some of these characteristics have inspired humans to build and create differently.
Protolabs Instant Manufacturability Analysis online service simplifies parts design process for 3D printing.
A custom microchannel design that meets 3D printing manufacturing requirements requires a sophisticated solution. These problems limit the freedom to manufacture and design cooling/thermal management devices. Generative design through topology optimization, taking DfAM (Design for Addictive Manufacturing) rules into account, offers the solution.
In this webinar, Croom Precision will highlight how they use nTopology for the preparation of medical devices for Additive Manufacturing; from design to build preparation. They will focus on key areas of automated design processing, lattice generation, support generation, and slicing for 3D printing using a Renishaw RenAM500s system.
Additive manufacturing is creating new possibilities for designing advanced products, but there are still challenges to overcome to ensure quality of advanced applications—from aerospace to medical. In this article, we explore how to take advantage of the latest metrology technologies.
This article explores how 3D printing is changing the way we design and manufacture medical implants. You will learn how you can achieve the full benefits of this new technology by embracing a digital fabrication workflow.
Stratview Research, a global market research firm has launched a report on the global 3D Printing Powder Market which provides an analysis of the global … Continue reading 3D Printing Powder Market to Reach $5.8 Billion
GKN Aerospace and Materialise have signed a letter of intent to advancing the research, design and production of polymer additively manufactured (AM) parts for the … Continue reading GKN Aerospace and Materialise Partner to Propel Additive Manufacturing in Aviation
Press Release For Immediate Release CINCINNATI, OH (USA); MAY 15, 2023: Revolution in Simulation™ (Rev-Sim), created to accelerate innovation using … Continue reading Revolution in Simulation™ Expands Focus to Cutting-Edge Simulation
Siemens is expanding its focus on additive manufacturing initiatives in the United States to help accelerate the transformation of the U.S. AM … Continue reading Siemens Expands U.S. Additive Manufacturing Initiatives
The fourth quarter of 2022 capped a strong year for additive manufacturing markets, according to SmarTech Analysis. Even in the face … Continue reading Additive Manufacturing Industry Grew 23 Percent in 2022
A German auto plant 3D prints sand cores for light metal casting, integrating additive manufacturing into engine production line.
See how Aerojet Rocketdyne used nTop’s shell-and-infill latticing capability to develop a RCS quad thruster that is 67% lighter and 66% less expensive than competing solutions.
In this customer story, Ford Mexico team using Altair Additive Manufacturing and Optimization Solutions, created brackets with a better mechanical behavior and a more effective heat dissipation.
Using conformal lattice structures, Cobra Aero developed an engine cylinder that is manufacturable in one piece with minimal support and weighs only 420 grams — a fraction of the weight compared to the lightest cylinder among their competitors.
3D printing can be used to enhance the design, material usage efficiency, and manufacturing processes of a custom-built Dutch bicycle’s bottom lug component. Read this case study to learn how the Ansys Additive simulation product collection plays a vital role in helping engineers efficiently achieve first-time printing success like never before.