Category Archives: Concurrent Technologies Corporation

3D Printing News Sliced, Nano Dimension, GEFERTEC, Huisman, BigRep, GE Additive

In this week’s edition of our 3D printing news digest, Sliced asks and answers the following questions:  How can 3D printers strengthen the U.S Department of Defense? Can 3D prosthetics rehabilitate man’s best friend? Will 3D printed models help dissolve political tensions?   All this and more from the likes of Nano Dimension, GE Additive, […]

U.S. Navy will rely on 1,000 3D printed parts by end of 2018

The U.S. Naval Air System Command (NAVAIR) is ramping up production of 3D printed parts. System Command estimates that it will have approximately 1,000 3D printed parts approved for use across the fleet before the end of 2018. Currently only 135 3D printed parts are authorised for use. 3D printing helmets to flight-critical parts 3D […]

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 […]

3D printing news Sliced UL, Kwambio, CyBe, University of Tokyo

A surge of academic projects, business deals, innovative applications and eye catching designs feature in this edition of Sliced, carrying the momentum of 3D printing through into the new year. This article features the latest news from  from the likes of UL, Arburg, Kwambio, the University of Tokyo, Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University and […]

CTC patentiert neues 3D-Druckverfahren mit gasförmigen Metallen

Das Forschungs- und Entwicklungsunternehmen Concurrent Technologie Corporation (CTC) aus dem US-Bundesstaat Pennsylvania hat ein Patent für die Additive Fertigung von Metallen im gasförmigen Zustand erhalten.  Der Prozess basiert auf dem Mond-Verfahren, das auf einer chemischen Transportreaktion beruht. Bei dem Verfahren, benannt nach dem Chemiker Ludwig Mond, wird eine feste oder auch flüssige Substanz bei einer einer […]

Der Beitrag erschien bei 3Druck.com unter der URL CTC patentiert neues 3D-Druckverfahren mit gasförmigen Metallen