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Injection molder Evco has long seen the importance of industrial automation for plastics processing. Its latest automation feat? A cobot-tended cell of 3D printers for manufacturing fixtures and customer products unattended.
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Polymer AM
Automated 3D Printing at Evco: Composites, Cobots, Email and More
Injection molder Evco has long seen the importance of industrial automation for plastics processing. Its latest automation feat? A cobot-tended cell of 3D printers for manufacturing fixtures and customer products unattended.
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Aerospace
Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing Delivers Low Buy-To-Fly Ratios
Manufacturers in the aerospace industry buy expensive raw material with one common goal: to make it fly. To reduce its buy-to-fly ratio (the ratio of material inputs to final part output), this company turned to wire arc additive manufacturing to create near-net shape parts.
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Additive Manufacturing — More Than Metal: How Vat Photopolymerization Started It All
Polymer AM
Additive Manufacturing — More Than Metal: How Vat Photopolymerization Started It All
Vat photopolymerization was the first AM process to be successfully commercialized. Three decades later, this technology has shown how AM is capable of scaling to volume production and making custom products on demand.
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Additive Manufacturing Conference Speaker: GE Aviation
Design for Additive
Additive Manufacturing Conference Speaker: GE Aviation
At the Additive Manufacturing Conference, taking place August 27-29 in Austin, Texas, GE’s Eric Gatlin will dive deep into the company’s latest breakthrough in additive: the GE9X.  
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Metal AM
How Topology Optimization Could Be the Key to Longer-Lasting Hip Implants
Hip stem implants must support the mechanical loads of the patient’s lifestyle, but should also avoid stress shielding. A team from Altair leveraged simulation, topology optimization and 3D printing to design an optimized hip stem that meets both conditions.
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Technology Review
Sigma Labs' Inspect 4.1 Enables 3D Structure Analysis
Sigma Labs’ PrintRite3D Inpect 4.1 software features interlayer real-time results viewing, enabling correlation between in-process quality results and post-process CT results. READ
 
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Additive Manufacturing Users Group Installs New Board
The Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) has installed its 2019-2020 nine-member board. The board is expected to build and oversee the organization of the 2020 AMUG conference. READ
 
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