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METAV is a local machine tool trade-show held in Dusseldorf, Germany. The German Machine Tool Builders’ Association is the sponsoring organization (VDW). AMT participated in this exhibit show in support of the International Additive Manufacturing Award (IAMA).
If some key challenges are addressed, the Aerospace industry could be the largest market for additive manufacturing, according to Bill Bihlman, President, Aerolytics LLC.
The individual pieces for a seamless digital workflow in the additive manufacturing industry already exist; however, integration is still lacking.
America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute, and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) today announced the launch of the America Makes & ANSI Additive Manufacturing Standardization Collaborative (AMSC).
Eight years ago, IMTS featured additive manufacturing in the AMT’s Emerging Technology Center as a cutting-edge technology. It was then added to the Fabricating and Laser Pavilion. For IMTS 2016, the technology has earned a stand-alone spotlight: the Additive Manufacturing Pavilion.
Applications engineer Katy Ashby explains that simulation has the potential to encourage growth in the additive manufacturing industry by helping companies move away from empirical testing that is both costly and time consuming.
America Makes developed the Additive Manufacturing Technology Roadmap to identify measurable and meaningful challenges that, when met, promote inquiry, knowledge-sharing and technical advancements across the industry.
Dustin Lindley from the University of Cincinnati Research Institute explained that while there is significant hype surrounding additive manufacturing, its real potential is growing rapidly.
While additive manufacturing’s impact is undeniable, open source design tools will be even more essential to the future of the manufacturing industry.
The Contour Crafting computerized construction technology may change the face—and the speed—of building construction. The inventor of the technology, Dr. Behrokh Khoshnevis, sat down with IMTSTV to discuss its many potential applications.