Addup News

Partnership between Addup and WBA in the area of Additive Manufacturing solutions for the Tooling Industry

The WBA Aachener Werkzeugbau Akademie GmbH and AddUp announce that they will introduce new manufacturing processes for metal 3d printing technologies, for toolmaking starting in 2022. For this purpose, a FormUp 350 New Gene- ration, a highly productive powder bed system from AddUp, will be installed at the WBA Demonstration Tool Shop early next year.

Renishaw News

Bespoke bike maker harnesses additive manufacturing

Maintaining the consistency and quality of hand-made titanium bicycle components isn't easy, it takes consummate skill, care and time. Angel Cycle Works challenged Optimus3D to provide a metal additive manufacturing (AM) solution that would produce a stem component in a small series quantity to a perfectly uniform quality standard.

Trumpf News

Daring to step into the world of additive manufacturing

Traditionally, Smithstown offers a range of production methods, including milling, rotating, sanding and eroding. The aim was to expand the repertoire to include 3D printing and to set up an additive centre within a recently erected extension. By doing so, the company hopes to provide its medical technology customers with additive solutions, particularly within the R&D sector.

Fluence News

Fluence forges new micromachining frontiers

Fluence, a femtosecond laser manufacturer with unique all-fiber technology for material processing, life science, and scientific applications, is pleased to introduce the Fluence Ultrafast Laser Application Laboratory (ULAL), a new facility in Wrocław, Poland. The laboratory is equipped with a top-class, high-precision automated micromachining station based on high-power femtosecond lasers.

Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence News

Hexagon enables big ambitions for Directed Energy Deposition DED additive manufacturing

Hexagon’s Manufacturing Intelligence division has revealed new developments that advance the application of Directed Energy Deposition (DED) technologies to industrial applications, including collaborations with printer manufacturers pro-beam, Sciaky, DM3D, Gefertec and Meltio.

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