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Höganäs Ventures into Additive Manufacturing by Acquiring fcubic
Fcubic develops technology for additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, and consists mainly of a number of patents. This new business area will be branded as Digital ... industrial, dental, medical, and aerospace applications can be converted to ...
Digital, 3-D printing technology could localize manufacturing
"That's a big leap, especially for industrial companies ... There is no left over scrap metal to be recycled and the recycled sand is used in the next batch. Mr. Burns believes the technology will localize manufacturing. If a product can be made quicker ...
3-D manufacturing next Industrial Revolution?
03--Advances in 3-D manufacturing technology are heralding the next Industrial Revolution ... 3-D or "additive" manufacturing is the process of creating a solid object from a digital file, with the computer file specifying the design and dimensions ...
Technology and Design: the digital
This year they were ... industrial digital revolution, which is happening around us,” said designer Tom Dixon, who presented a series of technology-driven installations at Milan’s Museum of Science and Technology. The most impressive of these featured ...
Industry Crib Sheet: Industrial Production Has Best Quarter in 3 Years
Factory output of consumer goods last month expanded by 0.5 percent and was 3.6 percent higher year-over-year, led by automotive products ... stamping, diemaking, and sub-disciplines, as well as in machine building, maintenance, and repair.
EOS and 3D-Micromac form micro laser sintering business
Micro laser sintering is an additive manufacturing technology. Based on digital 3D design data, parts are built from metal powders, layer by layer, using a laser beam. The process is also known as industrial 3D printing.