Industries

A Guide to Manufacturing Aerospace Parts with MJF 3D Printing

The demand for high-complexity, low-volume part production in the aerospace industry has driven engineers to adopt additive manufacturing to mitigate bottlenecks while scaling production. For years, aerospace original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) have faced unprecedented challenges when transitioning from prototyping and low-volume production to high-rate production. Oftentimes, when part complexity is...

Additive Manufacturing in Aerospace and Defense

The aerospace and defense industries have long been characterized as being at the forefront of technological innovation. In recent years, additive manufacturing (AM) has emerged as a transformative force, propelling the aerospace and defense industry into a manufacturing revolution. With its ability to manufacture on-demand spares, streamline part design iterations,...

3D Printing Materials for Automotive Applications | Part 1

Choosing the correct material is one of the most important decisions in new product development and part design for automotive applications. To stay ahead of the curve in the face of rapid technological advancements, automotive manufacturers, designers, and engineers are increasingly turning to 3D printing materials for their...

Shifting Gears: 5 Additive Manufacturing Solutions for Automotive Manufacturers

Since the invention of the automobile, the proverbial wheel has never stopped moving. As the automotive industry evolves and faces new challenges, one thing is clear – additive manufacturing (AM) is emerging as the key driver of innovation. According to GlobeNewswire, the Automotive 3D Printing Market size is expected...