Category Archives: DMLS

New Stratasys metal 3D printer, materials announced

A Stratasys metal 3D printer will be launched in April 2018. Although the company has released only limited details, in this article 3D Printing Industry gives additional insight and information. Already a leader in polymer 3D printing solutions, and the inventor of FDM technology, the forthcoming Stratasys metal additive manufacturing platform seeks to “to displace conventional […]

Aurora Labs shares plans for 100x faster large format metal 3D printer

Aurora Labs (ASX:A3D) an Australian stock exchange listed developer of metal 3D printers has teased new plans of a forthcoming large format machine. Aiming to 3D print metal up to a size of 1.5m x 1.5m x 2.5m (L x W x H) at a rate 100 times faster than existing systems, Aurora’s plans are […]

Aidro redesigns and optimizes metal 3D printed hydraulics with EOS

Italy-based Aidro Hydraulics is now manufacturing components for fluid systems on a DMLS metal 3D printer. The company previously only used FFF 3D printing to prototype the designs of its hydraulic devices. After investing in an EOS M290 metal 3D printer last November, Aidro is now 3D printing metal components on a regular basis and […]

ECAM could be the low cost alternative metal 3D printing is looking for

Electrochemical Additive Manufacturing (ECAM) is a new metal 3D printing method in development as a low cost alternative to other techniques such as direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) and selective laser melting (SLM). In place of a high temperature laser for melting metal feedstock, ECAM builds objects using a liquid solution of electrified metal ions, […]

Metal 3D printing moves toward more realistic prosthesis for amputees

3D printed artificial limbs are popular projects for makers and organizations around the globe. Computer aided design (CAD) and the cost of materials means that …

„RAMBO“ – komplett 3D gedruckter Granatwerfer der US Arme

RAMBO, Rapid Additively Manufactured Ballistics Ordnance, entstand aus einer halbjährlichen Zusammenarbeit des U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command, dem U.S. Army Manufacturing Technology Program und America Makes. Der M203A1 Granatwerfer ist bis auf Federn und Schrauben komplett mittels verschiedenen AM Technologien hergestellt worden. Der Lauf und der Receiver wurden mittels DMLS aus Aluminium gefertigt. Die restlichen […]

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