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NASA is now 3-D-printing spare parts up at the ISS (International Space Station). And in zero-gravity environments. And some of these parts are small gears and actuators, for starters. Every indication is that the list of power transmission-type parts to be converted will soon grow.
For centuries, Switzerland has been considered home to the greatest watchmakers in the world. Works of fine beauty and optimal precision have been the norm there seemingly forever.
Writing about additive manufacturing (AM) and the 3-D printing of gears is somewhat akin to publishing an updated dictionary. A new edition dictionary is literally already out of date before it hits Amazon's or your local bookseller's shelves. New words are coined and definitions are updated constantly. So it is with AM: The technology is evolving so quickly that technical papers and other sources of AM information require constant revision.
3-D printing offers a new way to create food, even gear-shaped snacks are now available via this new technology.
Paul Nylander is something between an entrepreneur and a Renaissance man. He has degrees in engineering and physics, but he's also a creative artist who's put together sketches and 3D renderings alike. His website, bugman123. com, features everything from an in-depth explanation of a Tesla coil to 3D renderings of physics equations to an extensive library of fractal-based artwork. At first glance, one might find Nylander's many pursuits to be somewhat scattershot, but at their core, his works are tied together by his love for all things mathematical.
The U.S. heat treat industry is in the middle of a labor shortage. Here's a look at what companies in the industry are doing about it.
How 3-D printing is changing the powder metal performance game.
The "less is more" mantra is certainly a rallying cry in manufacturing. Technologies like multiaxis machining, 3D printing and automation are enabling companies to be more efficient, cost-conscious and flexible on the shop floor.
News Items About 3d printing
1 DELO and Infotech Collaborate on 3D Printing System (March 2, 2021)
DELO, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of industrial adhesives for automotive, consumer and industrial electronics applicat... Read News
2 E-Xstream Engineering Examines Production Costs of Composite 3D Printing (February 9, 2021)
Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence's e-Xstream engineering division has introduced new simulation and virtual manufacturing capabilit... Read News
3 VELO3D Partners with GoEngineer for Sapphire 3D Printing Systems (December 24, 2020)
As demand for their industry-leading additive manufacturing systems grows, VELO3D has announced the formation of a U.S.-wide partnership ... Read News
4 Xometry Offers Ultimate Guide to 3D Printing (June 1, 2020)
3D printing is a powerful tool for generating custom parts, often with complex geometries, and serves industries from aerospace and defen... Read News
5 GKN Sinter Metals Starts Automotive Series Production with 3D Printing System (December 9, 2016)
GKN Sinter Metals announced that the first additive manufacturing (AM) machine in the automotive industry to enable series production of ... Read News