Additive Manufacturing

SEP 2018

ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING is the magazine devoted to industrial applications of 3D printing and digital layering technology. We cover the promise and the challenges of this technology for making functional tooling and end-use production parts.

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SEPTEMBER 2018 Additive Manufacturing 2 24 HP Enters Metal AM A binder jetting machine for scale production of steel parts is the next extension of HP's 3D printing offerings, but also the logical extension of technology the company has been developing for decades. By Peter Zelinski 28 3DEO's Strategy to Perfect and Scale Metal AM With a fast, flexible and increasingly automated process for metal additive manufacturing, 3DEO believes it is cracking the code for volume production. By Stephanie Hendrixson 32 Stepping into Production The Technology House was founded on stereolithography for prototyping, but each step forward has been a move toward production. The company is now 3D printing end-use parts, enabled by Carbon's SpeedCell line and durable materials. By Stephanie Hendrixson 12 Taking Shape • Large-Scale 3D Printing Supports Innovation in Construction • Applications Engineer Offers Safety Tips for Hybrid Machine Tools • How Investing in Metal AM Is Different IN EVERY ISSUE Something to Add 06 News 08 Technology Review 34 Ad Index 39 Check This Out 40 Global Services 19 MFG Tech Council 20 Smartforce 22 FEATURES September 2018 Vol. 7 No. 5 24 32 28 ABOUT THE COVER: The roller finger follower, a component of an automotive valve train, is an example of a part potentially viable for production via metal AM. GKN made this part using HP's newly introduced Metal Jet platform. Read the article on page 24. Additive Manufacturing is a registered trademark of Gardner Business Media, Inc. @AddMfgMedia

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