From Industry 4.0 to Commoditized Manufacturing

What I want to share with you in this post is a different way of thinking at Industry 4.0 and its future development (you may call it a vision) that probably many of you may read as a shock at first sight. It would be a very normal reaction as it was mine when this idea came […]

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What is APWorks’ Scalmalloy®RP?

Scalmalloy®RP is Airbus Group’s unique second-generation aluminum-magnesium-scandium alloy (AlMgSc) powder. It was developed for rapid prototyping and rapid manufacturing (e-manufacturing) – including the additive layer manufacturing (ALM) process – and displays high strength in layer-wise-generated 3-D near net-shape parts. Airbus Group’s continued work in AlMgSc alloy technology has resulted in development of the Scalmalloy® alloy […]

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Nano Dimension Ships First DragonFly 2020 System to Leading Israeli Defense Company

Nano Dimension, a leader in the field of 3D printed electronics, announced today that it has supplied the first DragonFly 2020 system designated for 3D circuitry and PCBs. The supply was made to a leading defense company in Israel for evaluation purposes and is expected to be installed at the partner’s site in the coming […]

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LiDAR on a Chip Unveiled by MIT/DARPA Scientists in IEEE Published Study

Light detection and ranging, or lidar, is a sensing technology based on laser light. It’s similar to radar, but can have a higher resolution, since the wavelength of light is about 100,000 times smaller than radio wavelengths. For robots, this is very important: Since radar cannot accurately image small features, a robot equipped with only […]

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US Navy Marks First Flight with 3D printed, Safety-Critical Parts

Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR), a division of the US Navy, marked its first successful flight demonstration of a flight critical aircraft component built using additive manufacturing (AM) techniques, July 29. An MV-22B Osprey completed a test flight outfitted with a titanium, 3-D printed link and fitting assembly for the engine nacelle. This link and […]

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APWorks and SAP Collaborate to Accelerate the On-Demand Industrial 3D Printing Process

APWorks and SAP aim to transform the manufacturing supply chain with 3D Printing. The fully owned Airbus subsidiary – which has been experimenting with the state of the art in AM – announced the signing of a co-innovation agreement with german enterprise software giant SAP, which aims to accelerate the adoption and standardization of industrial 3D […]

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In3Dustry Interview with Elbit Systems Cyclone’s Lior Zilberman on Israeli – EU Collaboration for AM in Aerospace

A recent workshop organized by the IMS Project Clustering platform in Barcelona resulted in the formation of the international cooperation to stimulate development in the area of Additive Manufacturing (AM), mainly aerospace and defense. At the recent In3Dustry show in Barcelona 3DPBizDirect caught up with Lior Ziblerman, head R&D at Elbit Systems Cyclone and Chairman of the Israeli AATiD […]

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EBAM Technology Goes to Europe as Sciaky Unveils New Metal 3D Printing Systems and Services

Sciaky, Inc., a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries, Inc. (PSI) and leading provider of metal 3D printing solutions and advanced welding machines, announced today that it has launched French and German language websites to promote its EBAM technology in Europe. The new sites feature an expanded lineup of new metal 3D printing systems, based on […]

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Davide Sher Joins SmarTech Publishing to Expand 3D Printing User Adoption Studies

SmarTech Publishing, the leading industry analysis and market forecasts provider for the 3D printing/additive manufacturing industry, is pleased to announce and welcome industry reporter Davide Sher as its Senior Analyst, 3DP Adoption Studies. Sher will be responsible for expanding the company’s market research and analysis activities by focusing on 3D printing end-user related issues and […]

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3D Printed Gun By Neapolitan Mafia Make Cameo on Gomorra Crime TV Series Shows

A homemade 3D printed gun, on what appears to be a reprap 3D printer, has made an appearance on the hugely popular Gomorra TV series, based on the activities of Italy’s most vicious mafia group. Although the Gomorra TV series has been hailed as one of the most accurate descriptions of Neapolitan mafia, AKA the “Camorra”, probably […]

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