In this issue:
Increasing supply to meet demand with 3D printing
Partnering with 3D printing helps prosthetics developer create better products, gain workflow efficiencies, meet increasing demand, and shift to titanium 3D printing, all within in 6 months.
Going small with 3D printing
The scale of sizes that 3D printing machines can handle is impressive, from huge wind turbine blades to parts that are small, such as two microns. John Kawola, CEO of Boston Micro Fabrication discusses the microscale side of 3D printing.
An additive manufacturing ecosystem
Many AM vendors are developing additive ecosystems that offer more complete approaches to the use of additive technology for manufacturing. Here’s a look at what one company is doing.
How the concept cars of tomorrow are made with 3D printing
Vital Auto was founded by three friends who got together, quit their jobs, and decided to set up a shop in a garage. One of the first contracts the company took on was for the NIO EP9 supercar concept, which set the team on a course to produce extremely realistic vehicular prototypes.
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