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Connect the dots: Recent additive manufacturing advances have created a demand for more fully integrated CAD programs to consider unique parts.
A metal 3D printing technology costing just a fraction of the price of existing additive manufacturing machines could be launched next year.
James Tumbridge, and Robert Peake, respectively partner and associate at law firm Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, explain a little-appreciated aspect of the development of additive manufacturing technologies
Additive takes off: Aerospace manufacturers are increasingly using 3D printing for functional aircraft components.
Cornell researchers have developed a new stretchable material that could be used for prosthetic body parts and organs.
In this fascinating TED talk, designer and architect Neri Oxman - an associate professor at MIT - provides an intriguing glimpse of how additive manufacturing technology is enabling replication of structures hitherto only found in nature
€4bn EU initiative aims to significantly reduce the weight amd emissions of aeroplane engines.
After seven years’ hard work and a complicated build programme, Bloodhound SSC is finally making its public debut ahead of its first full test and record attempt next year. The Engineer visited and spoke to the team
A research project is underway to investigate self-healing alloys for use in aerospace structures.
Is the much-trumpeted Industry 4.0 just a new way of labelling things or a key factor in our industrial evolution?