How 3D Printing Adds Up: Emerging Materials, Processes, Applications, and Business Models

Currently, 3D printing’s largest applications are for making prototypes, molds, and tooling. Direct production of end use parts, however, is beginning to grow in industries including aerospace, medical, automotive, consumer products, architecture, and electronics. Leading 3D printer companies’ razor...

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Manufactures and sells direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) 3D printing systems, including hardware and fully integrated software Its standard 3D printing systems, MetalFAB1 and MetalFABG2, include two build areas, a heat treatment, automated build plate handling, and part storage for up to ... To read more, click here.

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Develops printers to make functional parts from fiber‑reinforced composites based on its proprietary composite‑based additive manufacturing (CBAM) technology CBAM can process a wide range of materials, such as fiber fabrics including carbon, glass, and Kevlar, and polymers including polyamides... To read more, click here.


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Optomec has developed two key printing technologies: aerosol jet printing and laser engineered net shaping (LENS) Aerosol jet technology works by atomizing liquid raw materials (aerosol generation) followed by a second aerosol droplet deposition LENS technology works by using direct energy ... Not part of subscription