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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MARCH 2018 Additive Manufacturing NEWS 8 Edited by Stephanie Hendrixson / Senior Editor NPE – The Plastics Show is adding a 3D Printing Workshop for its 2018 edition. The workshop takes place May 9, 2018, co-located with NPE at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. The half-day workshop pres- ents practical applications of 3D printing and additive manufacturing technologies related to plastics processing, and concludes with a reception sponsored by Additive Manufacturing. Session topics include: • "Multi Jet Fusion versus Tradi- tional Mass Production Methods," presented by Forecast3D and HP; • "The Greatest Impact of AM: Conformal-Cooled Inserts," pre- sented by Linear AMS; • "New Composite Materials Make 3D-Printed Molds More Ef- ficient and Affordable," presented by Avante Technology LLC; • "Specialized Materials for Functional Prototyping and Low-Volume Production," present- ed by Arburg; and • "Influence of 3D Printing on Safety-Critical Performance Prop- erties," presented by UL LLC. The 3D Printing Workshop is hosted by Additive Manufacturing in conjunction with sister publications Plastics Technology and Mold Making Technology. npe.org NPE Adds 3D Printing Workshop Held every three years, NPE is the nation's largest plastics trade show. The 3D Print- ing Workshop hosted by this magazine will be a new addition this year. Arcam EBM to Expand into New Facility Arcam AB, a supplier of additive man- ufacturing solutions and part of GE Additive, has signed a lease agree- ment with Castellum for its EBM business to move into a refurbished 11,800-square-foot facility in Härryda, Sweden, outside Göteborg. The new and modern facility, almost three times the size of the current site, will offer Arcam EBM the ability to continue to expand. The space will significantly increase machine production capacity and allow for a more collaborative setup within the company by uniting lo- gistics, research and development, services and operations. The facility is expected to be ready for move-in in the first quarter of 2019. arcam.com

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