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Neutron Beams Help To Advance The 3D Printing Industry

3D printing is most widely known for its ability to make bobble heads and plastic trinkets, but it is a practical way to produce unique or specialized parts. As an example, 3D printers allow airplane and car parts to be made without a machine shop or having to tool up an entire factory. This makes […]

Additive Manufacturing Regional Summit

ITAMCO will be hosting an Additive Manufacturing Regional Summit to provide insight into this emerging technology which according to Mckinsey & Company will reach $100 Billion by 2025. The summit will be an introduction on how to get started with Additive Manufacturing. Attendees will get a full view of the industry from several perspectives. Speakers […]

Atlas 3D Featured on Rapid Ready Tech Blog

Atlas 3D was featured in a write-up on Rapid Ready Tech Blog. The article details some of the history of Atlas 3D, how the Sunata™ software works, and the problems it is helping design engineers solve.     Click Here to Read the full article.

Additive Manufactured Parts From ITAMCO Outperform 17-4 PH Stainless Steel

ITAMCO (Indiana Technology and Manufacturing Companies) has additively printed parts made with EOS 17-4 PH IndustryLine metal powder that outperformed 17-4 PH Stainless Steel in tensile strength in a recent research project. The Research Project The goal of the research project was to explore the properties of additive-manufactured parts made with the new EOS Stainless […]

Additional Investment from Elevate Ventures

Atlas 3D is announcing Elevate Ventures, Indiana-based venture development organization, has invested additional funding. “Elevate Ventures’ continued commitment to Atlas 3D highlights the value of our technology and its impact on the metal additive printing world,” said Chad Barden, CEO of Atlas 3D. “Our cloud-based platform, Sunata™ is being used at major universities, Fortune 500 companies, as well as […]

America Makes Webinar

Mitigation of Thermal Distortion in Metal AM through Thermo-mechanical Simulation Join Joel Neidig, COO of Atlas 3D for a webinar hosted by America Makes. The metal additive manufacturing (AM) process can quickly produce complex parts with mechanical properties comparable to wrought materials. However, thermal stress accumulated in the process may induce thermal distortion, and even […]