Additive Manufacturing

MAR 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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RAPID 2018 / On Display 59 Computed Tomographs Offer Expanded Capability Zeiss Industrial Metrology US, Booth 1523 Zeiss highlights its Metrotom 800 and Metrotom 1500 computer tomographs (CTs) for measuring and inspecting components made of plastic or metal. The Metrotom 800 offers an extended performance spectrum, while the new Metrotom 1500 offers a larger measuring range. Both are designed to be fast and flexible. Helping companies increase through-put, save money, and improve quality for more than 65 years. Serving the additive manufacturing community with dry-blast and wet-blast cabinet solutions in standard equipment, many options, or engineered automated systems tailored to your application. Put the power of a ZERO Blast Cabinet to work in your production line – they are seriously industrial, come standard in various sizes, and are supported by experienced authorized distributors to guide your selection and work with you to achieve your production-enhancing goals.

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