Category Archives: America Makes

3D Printing Jobs update: America Makes, Formlabs, CEL Robox, and Fathom

If you’re looking to build your skills portfolio, 3D Printing Jobs has the opportunity for you. The industry is currently looking for program managers, web developers, mechanical engineers, and software engineers both experienced or embarking upon an additive manufacturing career. Create your free account now and apply for 3D printing jobs. Or, if you are […]

America Makes and ANSI publish Additive Manufacturing Roadmap V2.0

U.S. additive manufacturing development organization America Makes, and its partner the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) have published the Standardization Roadmap for Additive Manufacturing (Version 2.0). An update of the original document published in March 2017, the Standardization Roadmap for Additive Manufacturing V 2.0 lists 93 “gaps” in appropriate standards and specifications for 3D printing and its related processes. Sorted […]

UL and Tooling U-SME officially partner to launch Additive Manufacturing Professional Certification program

Following the release of the Additive Manufacturing Safety Certification for powder handling, UL, a global safety science company, and Tooling U-SME, a leading provider of manufacturing training solutions, have finalized an agreement to create a single source for training and professional additive manufacturing certification. With this partnership, the Additive Manufacturing Fundamentals program, previously developed by Tooling […]

Neue Standards zur Materialqualifikation für AM mit Laserpulverfusion

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SAE International, der internationale Verband für technische Standards, präsentierte nun vier neue Standards zur Materialqualifikation für additive Fertigung mit Laserpulverfusion (LPBF). Mehr als 350 Interessenvertreter der Luftfahrtindustrie halfen bei der Erstellung dieser Dokumente. Vor allem bei Initiativen zur Integration der additiven Fertigung in bestehenden Produktionsumgebungen, spielt die Entwicklung von Standards eine zentrale Rolle. So wurde [...]

Der Beitrag Neue Standards zur Materialqualifikation für AM mit Laserpulverfusion erschien zuerst auf 3Druck.com – Das Magazin für 3D-Drucktechnologien.

3D Systems Figure 4 selected for US Air Force research

The Figure 4 3D printing platform from 3D Systems continues to find new applications. Under a new initiative announced today, US Air Force-sponsored research will look at how 3D printing can be used in the aircraft maintenance supply chain. Figure 4 is high accuracy and high speed modular 3D printing platform that permits a significant […]

America Makes and ANSI call for input on final additive manufacturing roadmap

Above a year after Version 1.0, America Makes and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) have released a preliminary final draft of the AMSC Standardization Roadmap for Additive Manufacturing. Ahead of the final publication date, scheduled for June 2018, the roadmap is open to public comments concerning necessary revisions and clarification. Comment can be sent to amsc@ansi.org […]

3D Printing news Sliced, Ripple, Verizon, HP and Hyundai

Today’s Sliced asks the following questions: What is Verizon doing to bring 3D printing to education? How can 3D printing help detect diseases? And what does the cryptocurrency have to do with 3D printing crowdfunding? Ripple funds 200 3Doodler projects Ripple, the company behind the cryptocurrency of the same name, recently donated a total of […]

US Navy metal 3D printing for battleships

The U.S. Office of Naval Research (ONR) is bringing the Navy closer to 3D printing metal parts for vital air, ground and sea platforms. The ONR has awarded Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC) a two year $2.6 million contract, with a $3.8 million option, to ensure the manufacturability of metal 3D printed parts. The contract is […]

Interview: Executive Director, DMDII – protecting 3D printing from cyber threats

How do you product 3D printing enterprises against cyber-security risks? Earlier this month the Digital Manufacturing Design and Innovation Institute (DMDII) launched a a $750,000 Cyber Hub for Manufacturing intending to tackle the issue of cyber-espionage attacks against the manufacturing sector. The seed funding comes from the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) and the project […]