Siemens recently revealed plans for a new online collaborative platform designed to bring on-demand product design and 3D printing production to the global manufacturing industry.
Designed to simplify the additive manufacturing process from 3D CAD model to printed part, the ESPRIT Additive Suite will feature programming, optimization and simulation for direct metal deposition, 3D powder bed, and subtractive manufacturing.
The B2B event is scheduled to be held from December 6–8, 2017 in Texas, USA. The trade fair will witness the presence of top speakers and industry suppliers from around the world.
This partnership will focus on the development of areas of mutual interest and close collaboration on all relevant EU projects.
The ‘Metallurgy Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide 2017 – 2023’ report from Wintergreen Research, talks about the current scenario of the industry.
The 6,000 sq meter campus will focus on prototyping, series production of parts, and customized solutions for the automotive industry.
At the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS), global engineering technologies company Renishaw will exhibit its additive manufacturing software and systems from a dedicated booth.
To further boost its far-reaching global presence in metal additive manufacturing, DMG Mori announced at Formnext 2018 that it is taking a 30% stake in the Indian company, Intech.
The Indian automotive, aerospace and defence sectors are making use of the 3D printing technology to develop prototypes as well as to carry out scientific investigations in their respective industries.
The UK-based company will be showcasing its most recent additive manufacturing system – the RenAM 500Q at the exhibition.