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November 12 2019

2D vs 3D x-ray digital scanning: a complex choice between two complementary techniques

The continuous increase in complexity and size of 3D printed parts requires a careful analysis of the methodologies used to verify their integrity. Among these, special importance is covered by X-ray inspections. Traditionally, without destructive testing, full metrology has only been performed on the exterior dimensions of components, such as with a coordinate-measuring machine (CMM) […]

August 12 2019

ADDITIVA wins at Silverstone with UNIMORE

Formula Student, which is run by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, challenges students to use their creativity and technical skills to design, build and race small-scale formula-style racing cars and to compete in static and dynamic events that test their preparation and hard work. This year Formula Student returned to Silverstone UK on the 17-21 July, […]

July 12 2018

Volkswagen identifies key automotive applications

Volkswagen Group, headquartered in Wolfsburg, Germany, recently reported on the present and future applications it has identified for metal Additive Manufacturing in automotive production. In the report, Volkswagen stated that, like many companies, the primary benefit of AM has so far been in the rapid production of prototypes and one-off parts in very small lot […]

May 04 2018

Porsche Classic supplies replacement parts using metal AM

Porsche Classic, based in Stuttgart, Germany, a division of Porsche AG dedicated to classic vehicles, has begun producing rare, replacement parts by metal and plastic Additive Manufacturing. Traditionally, where a spare part is no longer available, it would be reproduced using the original tools or, if the original tools are not available, replacements would be […]

March 08 2017

Additive Manufacturing – Concept to Production by SIMULIA

Changing the Design Process Additive manufacturing has not only changed the way things are being built, but how they are designed. SIMULIA CTO Bruce Engelmann believes that additive techniques have the potential to revolutionize the manufacturing industry, such as Henry Ford did with the automotive industry back in the early 1900s. “Before Henry Ford the […]