Monthly Archives: April 2019

Henkel und TerraCycle bieten Recycling Programm an

Der deutsche Chemiekonzern Henkel baut sein Recycling Programm für deren Additive Manufacturing Kunden aus. Das Programm wurde in Zusammenarbeit mit dem US-Unternehmen TerraCycle realisiert. Henkel ermöglicht seinen Kunden Recycling von 3D-Druck Materialien und Klebstoffen der Henkel-Marke Loctite. In den letzten Jahren legte Henkel einen verstärkten Fokus auf die Produktion und Entwicklung von Klebstoffen und Materialien [...]

Der Beitrag Henkel und TerraCycle bieten Recycling Programm an erschien zuerst auf 3Druck.com - The Independent AM Magazine.

Hawk Ridge Systems acquires Parsons Technology to provide 3D printing solutions in the Midwest

Hawk Ridge Systems, a Silicon Valley-based reseller of 3D design and manufacturing solutions, has announced a merger with Parsons Technology, Inc, a manufacturing and shop floor software solutions provider based in Nebraska. With the acquisition of Parsons Technology, the combined company is able to provide Hawk Ridge Systems’ portfolio of 3D printing technologies to a […]

ExOne working with Catalysis on new rapid tooling process

Additive manufacturing OEM ExOne has collaborated with Catalysis Additive Tooling, an Ohio-based 3D print tooling and part manufacturer, to create a new process for 3D printed tooling for low-to-medium volume production parts. Furthermore, Catalysis is working with ExOne to help manufacture the new X1 25 Pro 3D printer using its tooling processes, which will be showcased […]

3D Printed Aluminum Alloy Registered by GM Subsidiary

GM and Boeing’s co-owned HRL laboratories has registered their 3D printed aluminum alloy with the Aluminum Association. This is a major step forward for the eventual commercialisation and mass production of the material. It is also the first alloy of its kind i.e. 3D printable using SLM and additions to their internal structure. The Aluminum […]

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NASA und TTH verwenden Carbon-3D-Druck für Roboter

Durch einen iterativen Design-Ansatz und eine drastisch reduzierte Zeit für die Zertifizierung, die durch die Carbon Platform ermöglicht wurde, arbeitete der Produktionspartner The Technology House (TTH) mit der NASA zusammen, um schnell und kostengünstig vier Hochleistungs-Strahlruder für das Kaltgasantriebssystem herzustellen im neuen Seeker-Inspektionsroboter. Seeker ist ein Demonstrationsprojekt der NASA-Technologie für freifliegende autonome Inspektionsroboter, das an [...]

Der Beitrag NASA und TTH verwenden Carbon-3D-Druck für Roboter erschien zuerst auf 3Druck.com - The Independent AM Magazine.

CONTEXT reports expected +25% growth in shipments for industrial 3D printers

Shipments, by units, of industrial metal and polymer 3D printers continue to accelerate, reports CONTEXT, a London-based research firm.  According to CONTEXT, “Metal printer shipments are projected to see year-on-year unit-volume growth rates of over +49% with polymer machine shipments expected to grow by over +20%.” Chris Connery, VP of Global Research at CONTEXT, stated: […]

WORLD FIRST: HRL Laboratories registered new 3D printed aluminum alloy

HRL Laboratories, a research center owned jointly by General Motors and Boeing, has announced the registration of its high-strength aluminum alloy, paving the way for commercialization of the material.   HRL’s 3D printable alloy, the only one of its kind incorporating non-weldable aluminum alloys Al7075 and AL6061, will be the first to register with the new Aluminum Associations additive alloy registration system. The […]