Category Archives: Autodesk

3D printing news Sliced CyBe, Nano Dimension, Airbus, Rolls-Royce, Autodesk

In this edition of Sliced, 3D Printing Industry’s news digest, we take a look at the latest partnerships in the additive manufacturing sector, 3D printers, software, and material releases, and uncover the potential for constructing 3D printed bamboo gazebos. All this from CyBe, Nano Dimension, Airbus, CRP Technology, Maker’s Muse, Autodesk and more. Business partnerships […]

FIT Additive Manufacturing Group teams up to save the reefs

Boston Ceramics, a member of the FIT Additive Manufacturing Group, has released an update of its work for an initiative using 3D printing to help save the world’s coral reefs. Building upon several years research into the behavior and breeding of coral by international non-profit organization SECORE International, Boston Ceramics is helping to provide objects […]

Autodesk: Neue Sitzrahmen kombinieren 3D Druck und Metallguss

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Autodesk ist kein Unbekannter, wenn es um neue 3D-Druck-Konzepte geht. Ihr neustes Projekt kombiniert einen gedruckten Stuhlrahmen für die Flugzeugindustrie mit Guss. Der Forscher Andreas Bastian druckt zunächst den Sitzrahmen aus Kunststoff und überzieht ihn später mit Keramikmaterial. Durch Erhitzen im Ofen verdampft der Kunststoff und es bleibt eine keramische Form übrig. Diese Methode der Herstellung [...]

Der Beitrag Autodesk: Neue Sitzrahmen kombinieren 3D Druck und Metallguss erschien zuerst auf 3Druck.com – Das Magazin für 3D-Drucktechnologien.

General Motors verzeichnet enorme Einsparungen durch Einsatz von 3D-Druck

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Der multinationale Fahrzeughersteller General Motors bzw. dessen Lansing Delta Township-Montagewerk verkündete nun, dass es durch den Einsatz von 3D-Drucktechnologien in den letzten drei Jahren Einsparung von bis zu 300.000 US-Dollar verzeichnen konnte. Verkündet wurde diese Nachricht von Zane Meike, dem Leiter für 3D-Druck im Werk Michigan, gegenüber dem General Motors Reporter Michael Wayland bei Automotive [...]

Der Beitrag General Motors verzeichnet enorme Einsparungen durch Einsatz von 3D-Druck erschien zuerst auf 3Druck.com – Das Magazin für 3D-Drucktechnologien.

General Motors saves $300,000 by switching to 3D printed tooling

The Lansing Delta Township assembly plant of American multinational vehicle manufacturer General Motors has reported an expected cost saving of over $300,000 since it acquired a 3D printer three years ago. The savings were described to specialist General Motors Reporter Michael Wayland at Automotive News by Zane Meike, 3D printing lead at the Michigan plant. Driving forward […]

General Motors saves $300,000 by switching to 3D printed tooling

The Lansing Delta Township assembly plant of American multinational vehicle manufacturer General Motors has reported an expected cost saving of over $300,000 since it acquired a 3D printer three years ago. The savings were described to specialist General Motors Reporter Michael Wayland at Automotive News by Zane Meike, 3D printing lead at the Michigan plant. Driving forward […]

Autodesk University: How is Generative Design used within additive manufacturing?

Autodesk’s software user conference, Autodesk University (AU), took place this week in London with industry professionals from all over the world converging to experience the latest innovations in CAD technologies. I attended the event to see a wide range of exhibitions, classes, lectures and hands-on sessions demonstrating the use of CAD in industries such as […]

CAASE 2018 highlights design and simulation software for Additive Manufacturing

The Conference on Advancing Analysis and Simulation in Engineering (CAASE) took place June 5th-7th with more than 500 industry professionals assembling in Cleveland for technical presentations, workshops, training courses, and an exhibit. The event catered to the broader engineering simulation community with four key themes across physical and biological systems, simulation governance and democratization, business […]

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, […]

Streamlining the Aerospace industry with the MTC’s AM digital learning factory and the DRAMA Project

According to the UK’s Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI), additive manufacturing faces three major challenges; ensuring that processes are accurate and repeatable, enabling a system level design specifically for AM and streamlining the route to certification for AM components. As a result, the Manufacturing Technology Center (MTC) has commenced the DRAMA (Digital Reconfigurable Additive Manufacturing facilities […]