AddUp, global metal additive manufacturing OEM, is excited to officially open the doors to their new Tooling Competence Centre in Aachen, Germany in May 2023. A joint venture created by Michelin and Fives in 2016, AddUp is headquartered in Cébazat, France. The Tooling Competence Centre is located within the WBA Tooling Academy in Aachen, Germany.

The HP Parts Manufacturing Lab is a fully operational additive manufacturing lab at the DFactory in Barcelona, one of the key Industry 4.0 innovation hubs in Europe. With this Lab, HP has successfully scaled its own additive manufacturing (AM) production of 3D parts and expertise to support companies looking to scale their part production with additive manufacturing.

In this video, Dr. Gijs van Hellemondt and Dr. Maarten Spruit from the Sint-MaartensKliniek in Nijmegen perform hip revision surgery on a 60-year-old rheumatoid patient who has had several surgeries on both sides. The surgeons used the personalized Materialise aMace implant system for this complex revision case.

Visitors at Massivit 3D’s booth will experience live demonstrations of the Massivit 10000 additive manufacturing system- producing a range of applications.Massivit 3D Printing Technologies (Tel Aviv Stock Exchange: MSVT), a leading provider of large-scale 3D printing systems, will present its latest technologies and applications at CAMX 2022 in Anaheim, California at Booth V48 on October 17-20. Exhibit attendees will have the opportunity to see how large-volume 3D printing allows manufacturers to significantly shorten production lead times for parts, molds, and prototypes.

German 3D printing platform Replique and BASF Forward AM’s material experts are working together to create parts for home appliances manufacturer Miele, using a food safe 3D printing process for parts in contact with consumable goods. IDEX technology ensured a fast-tracked, profitable process for this low volume batch production.

Hot isostatic pressing (HIP) is a manufacturing process used to densify metal and ceramic parts. It is based on applying high levels of pressure (up to 2,000 bar / 200Mpa) and temperature (up to 2,000 °C) through an inert atmosphere to mainly metallic and ceramic parts and components, in order to densify them and give them excellent mechanical properties.

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