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LPW announces partnership with Barnes Group, metal powder deal with Additive Industries

More news aerospace and additive manufacturing news from this week’s Farnborough International Airshow with two announcements from LPW Technology. LPW, headquartered in Cheshire UK, is a provider of metal powders for additive manufacturing and associated materials handling and consulting services. This latter element of the LPW business will receive a boost via a newly announced […]

DSTA, Airbus, and Boeing to use additive manufacturing for aircraft maintenance

The Defense Science and Technology Agency (DSTA) of Singapore has signed separate agreements with aerospace industry leaders Airbus and Boeing to integrate additive manufacturing into military aircraft maintenance. Although the finer details of these agreements remain confidential, the DSTA has revealed that it will focus on the reduction of personnel requirements with the development of new […]

Concurrent Technologies Corporation partners with Sciaky to expand reach of metal additive manufacturing

Sciaky, Inc., creator of the award-winning Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM) system, has announced a strategic partnership with nonprofit applied scientific R&D organization, Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC), to meet the increasing demand for large-scale additively manufactured metal parts. Using its wide range of manufacturing clients, CTC will now provide Sciaky’s EBAM metal 3D printing technology, […]

Concurrent Technologies Corporation partners with Sciaky to expand reach of metal additive manufacturing

Sciaky, Inc., creator of the award-winning Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM) system, has announced a strategic partnership with nonprofit applied scientific R&D organization, Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC), to meet the increasing demand for large-scale additively manufactured metal parts. Using its wide range of manufacturing clients, CTC will now provide Sciaky’s EBAM metal 3D printing technology, […]

APWORKS and Heraeus join SAP Distributed Manufacturing platform with AMXpert

APWORKS has announced a new software tool for industrializing metal 3D printing – AMXpert. The Taufkirchen, Germany based APWORKS has recently announced a restructuring plan that made them a subsidiary of Premium AEROTEC. Premium AEROTEC is a tier one supplier of metal components for Airbus aircraft. Heraeus Additive Manufacturing will also support the AMXpert software […]

Is 3D printing ready for mass production?

Will 3D printing replace mass production methods? Most experts agree that additive manufacturing is a complement, rather than a direct competitor for techniques such as injection molding or CNC machining. 3D printing for low volume batch production is increasingly an option to bring a product to market, and analysis of trends in additive manufacturing for […]

EOS releases aerospace grade PEKK 3D printer material in collaboration with Boeing

Industrial 3D printer provider EOS has released the first high performance, carbon-fiber reinforced PEKK material suitable for use in its polymer systems. The high temperature HT-23 material has been developed in collaboration with leading aerospace company Boeing. It is suitable for use on a new EOS P 810 system that was also announced today at […]

3D printing news Sliced Google, Robo 3D, Airbus and Stratasys

How is 3D scanning saving heritage sites? How can 3D printing help survivors of human trafficking? Which city has the most active 3D printing scene? All this and more in the latest edition of Sliced including news from Ultimaker, Renishaw, NASA and Identify3D. Saving archaeological wonders, Electron rockets, and celebrating Earth day It is always interesting to see the […]

Luftfahrtzulieferer Premium AEROTEC übernimmt 3D-Druck-Spezialisten APWORKS

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Premium AEROTEC, Zulieferer für die Luftfahrtbranche, stärkt mit der Übernahme des 3D-Druck-Spezialisten und Airbus Spin-Off APWORKS seine Position auf Markt der Additiven Fertigung. Die beiden Unternehmen planen gemeinsam vom rasanten Wachstum des 3D-Druck-Marktes zu profitieren. Über den Kaufpreis wurde Stillschweigen vereinbart. Der Luftfahrtzulieferer Premium AEROTEC startete bereits 2016 an seinem Standort in Varel mit der […]

Der Beitrag Luftfahrtzulieferer Premium AEROTEC übernimmt 3D-Druck-Spezialisten APWORKS erschien zuerst auf 3Druck.com – Das Magazin für 3D-Drucktechnologien.