Purdue Researchers use AM injector components from VELO3D to create Mach 6 conditions for a ground-testing facility
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Additive Manufacturing Amps Up Fuel Cells, Drives Down Cost
Mohawk Innovative Technology teams with Velo3D to boost efficiency, durability, take 60% off price of anode offgas recycle blowers
Putting Together the Perfect Package
Razorleaf helps ORBIS Corporation integrate DriveWorks with SQL and other enterprise platforms to create an innovative system that generates custom packaging designs, cost estimations, and manufacturing documentation on demand.
The Sky’s the Limit: Cobra Aero Rethinks Designing for Additive Manufacturing with nTopology
When your fast-growing company designs and manufactures some 2,000 small engines per year, you like to stay abreast of the latest digital-engineering tools. Yet Sean Hilbert, president of Cobra Aero, is also adamant that the final proof of the integrity of every power and propulsion product he creates for his motorcycle and drone customers is always the test bench.
Boom Supersonic Readies for Flight with Metal Additive Manufacturing on Board
The unveiling of Boom Supersonic’s XB-1 supersonic demonstrator aircraft last fall at the company’s Denver hangar has brought the dream of a return to supersonic air travel closer to reality. While XB-1, as well as the company’s future Overture supersonic airliner, echo the shape of the earlier Concorde (see sidebar), XB-1 presented its creators with an opportunity to explore more advanced designs and manufacturing technologies than were available to Concorde engineers.
Terrific Tooling Timesaver
Tooling design is challenging work. In the case of jigs and fixtures, the part must be held securely enough that it won’t move during machining, but not so tightly that damage or distortion can occur.
3D Printing the “Impossible” Metal Part
Whether it’s for the portable generator that keeps the refrigerator cold and the light bulbs lit during a power outage, or the hybrid-electric engines that can lift delivery drones high into the sky, the world needs compact and reliable energy sources. Making them smaller, more powerful, and especially more affordable is the vision of Enrique Enriquez, president of KW Micro Power.
Additive Manufacturing Rapidly Proves Its Value for Traditional Manufacturer
Elliott Tool Technologies finds new route to innovation and cost savings for its 125-year business with a Markforged 3D printer and support from Adaptive Corporation.
Connecting the Dots
Mechanical engineering service provider cuts CAD modeling time by over 90-percent with InfiPoints from Elysium.
Pedal to the Metal for Automated Data Translation in Automotive Seating
Adient, a global company with many moving parts, uses Elysium software to enable their different CAD systems to communicate and optimize their automotive seating.