Metal Additive Manufacturing magazine archive 2016

The Metal Additive Manufacturing magazine archive for 2016 gives free access to our most recent issues, offering the most comprehensive insight into the world of Metal Additive Manufacturing and 3D printing of metals. All issues can be downloaded free of charge as PDF files.

 

Metal Additive Manufacturing magazine archive 2016

Vol. 2 No. 4, Winter 2016

  • GKN Aerospace: The development of Additive Manufacturing at a global Tier 1 aerospace supplier
  • Modelling the mechanical behaviour of additively manufactured cellular structures
  • Cost and practicality of in-process monitoring for metal Additive Manufacturing
  • Additive Manufacturing at World PM2016: Advances in the processing of aluminium and magnesium alloys

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Metal Additive Manufacturing magazine archive 2016

Vol. 2 No. 3, Autumn 2016

  • FIT AG: Laying the foundations for high-volume metal Additive Manufacturing
  • The evolution of Additive Manufacturing at GE: On the acquisition trail as the focus turns to technology supply
  • Selecting atomised aluminium alloy powders for the metal Additive Manufacturing process
  • AMPM2016: Developments in binder jetting technology highlighted at Boston conference
  • AMPM2016: New material developments in metal Additive Manufacturing technology

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Metal Additive Manufacturing magazine archive 2016


Vol. 2 No. 2, Summer 2016

  • Standards for metal Additive Manufacturing: A global perspective
  • GKN Sinter Metals: Global Tier 1 automotive supplier anticipates opportunities for Additive Manufacturing
  • Metal AM in the automotive industry: New vehicle structures, series components for the luxury market and beyond
  • Material selection for the production of injection moulding tooling by Additive Manufacturing
  • Additive Manufacturing of a honeycomb structured Ti-6Al-4V oil-gas separation rotor for aero-engine applications

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Metal Additive Manufacturing magazine archive 2016


Vol. 2 No. 1, Spring 2016

  • Planning, preparing and producing: Walking the tightrope between additive and subtractive manufacturing
  • Renishaw: Global Solutions Centres offer end-users an alternative route to develop new metal AM applications
  • Titanium powder pyrophoricity, passivation and handling for safe production and processing
  • Process and quality control for AM: Sigma Labs PrintRite3D® methodology for overall quality assurance
  • Metal AM in Finland: VTT optimises industrial valve block for Additive Manufacturing

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Download the latest issue of Metal AM magazine

Our latest issue is now available to view online or download in PDF format.

As well as an extensive AM industry news section, this 188-page issue includes articles and reports on:

  • From rapid prototyping to rocket engines: The evolution of 3T Additive Manufacturing
  • Natural resources and national strategies: How metal Additive Manufacturing is taking off in Australia
  • Scalmalloy® is too expensive and design optimisation only makes sense in aerospace. True or false?
  • Safety management in metal Additive Manufacturing: Observations from industry
  • Senvol: How machine learning is helping the U.S. Navy optimise AM process parameters and material performance
  • Understanding build failures in Laser Powder Bed Fusion: An overview
  • MAMC2018: Vienna hosts ASMET’s third Metal Additive Manufacturing Conference
  • Euro PM2018: The processing and properties of additively manufactured aluminium alloys
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