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Posted on February 8th, 2017 by Ken Klapproth in New Materials & Applications
Think it’s not possible for the operating temperature of a gas turbine to exceed the rupture temperature of the metal it’s made of? Well, Siemens has proven the physics of cooling is not only faster to produce with additive manufacturing, but every bit as reliable. Continue reading “Siemens Proves Proficiency of Printing Powder” »
Posted on February 2nd, 2017 by Chris Walker in New Materials & Applications
The idea of somehow manufacturing replacement body parts sounds like something clearly in the realm of science fiction and for now, it is. But last week I came across a paper describing some work which moves us closer to that possibility becoming a reality. Continue reading “Weaving Synthetic Tissues” »
Posted on February 1st, 2017 by Ken Klapproth in New Materials & Applications
When it’s time to go big or go home in additive manufacturing, how have researchers successfully addressed long deposition times for thermoplastics leading to reduced material strength between layers? Continue reading “Study Shows Tamping Better for BAAM” »