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September 19, 2018

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Researchers Use X-Rays to Improve 3D Parts
Scientists at the Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory in Menlo Park, CA, are using X-ray light to observe and better understand 3D metal-printing processes in order to help manufacturers quickly build reliable parts in factories, on ships or planes, or even in space. Read more.

Sciaky to Provide World's Largest AM Machine
Sciaky, Inc., a Chicago-based subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries, Inc. and provider of metal additive-manufacturing (AM) solutions, will provide what is believed to be the world's largest production metal 3D printer to FamAero, a privately owned metal 3D-printed-parts bureau in Fenton, MI. Read more.

Video: High-Speed Metal Printer Makes Big Splash at IMTS

Metal AM was on prominent display at IMTS 2018, where 3D Metal Printing's editors spied a wealth of innovative products. Topping that list, the HP Metal Jet, designed for high-volume manufacturing of production-grade metal parts and leveraging the company's expertise in inkjet technology.

Industry News
Today's News
BeAM and CGTech Join Forces
GKN Aerospace Reaps Benefits of 3D Printer
NextGenAM Pilot Plant Now Operating in Germany
ABS Guidance Notes Advance 3D Printing
You Ought to Know
Seminar Focuses on Getting Started
The Getting Started with Additive Manufacturing seminar on September 26, in Pomona, CA, provides direct access to Austria-based Voestalpine's latest technologies. Read more.

Singapore Is Site of New 3D-Printing Center
Quality-assurance and risk-management firm DNV GL, a Norway-based quality-assurance and risk-management firm, has set up a 3D-printing center in Singapore to incubate and test the technology for the oil and gas, and offshore and marine sectors. Read more.
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Leveraging AM for Auto Production—Optimization technology enables efficient part-design and -build processes, leading to huge reductions in part costs and build times for an aftermarket automotive part.
Form-Follows-Function Success: 3D-Printed Coolant Nozzles—To unlock the huge opportunities offered by 3D printing, designers need to rethink their approach. Coolant-system experts at Grindaix are doing exactly that as part of a joint project to develop concepts for printing different nozzles in a single operation on large-scale 3D printers.
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