The rise of additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, has transformed numerous industries across the globe. Healthcare in particular has the potential for disruption, as 3D printing has, and will continue to, provide new areas of cost savings, efficiency, and convenience across the medical industry.
A look into startup Relativity Space and its use of 3D printing for the development of space-bound rockets.
In May 2018, the computer-aided design (CAD) software maker Autodesk announced the alliance with General Motors (GM) to explore the use of generative design and additive manufacturing (AM) in developing future vehicles . Dubbed Project Dreamcatcher, Autodesk’s generative design algorithm […]
How Hershey is using additive manufacturing to customize chocolate production
Additive manufacturing enabled soft robotics – Robots exploring the depths of our oceans or performing life-saving surgery: Near-time reality or vision of a far-off future?
The rise of Additive Manufacturing has been lauded as the next industrial revolution for the many efficiencies that it delivers over traditional manufacturing processes. However, increased access to and sophistication of AM technology also presents potential dangers, including interference with the ability of the ATF to regulate the production and distribution of firearms.
Getting repair parts to sailors at sea and soldiers at the front lines of combat is a logistical nightmare. The U.S. Military thinks Additive Manufacturing technology can help.
How can additive manufacturing help the US leader of the chocolate industry to address the current challenges facing its industry?
Deutsche Bahn is investing heavily in additive manufacturing. How can they best incorporate this technology into their future supply chain?
Software and tech have eaten the automotive industry. Is 3D printing the key to Detroit's survival? GM plans to find out.