Members of the Technyl team spent a few days recently at Formnext at the industrial frontier of additive manufacturing (AM).
Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in a number of industries have begun to move toward small series parts production using 3D printing, or additive manufacturing (AM)
Market momentum continues to build for electric vehicles (EVs), hybrids, fuel cells and other alternatives to the internal combustion engine (ICE). A number ofcities and countrieshave announced outright bans on ICE or on new vehicle sales of combustion engines in the coming decades.
While 3D printing has been around for some 30 years, today the market is witnessing the dawn of a new era in the technology.
The major global automotive manufacturers (OEMs) have significantly raised the stakes in the e-mobility game, with billions of dollars in new investments recently announced.
As vehicle manufacturers look for more sustainable solutions to minimize their environmental footprint, there is a marked trend toward increased use of recycled plastics. Volvo Car Group recently committed to eradicate single-use plastics across all its premises and events by the end of 2019.
Backed by incentive policies towards new energy vehicles (NEVs) at a national and local level, the advancement of cell technologies, and continuous advances in charging facilities, the NEV industry in China has been put on a fast track towards rapid growth.
Sinterline® team was invited to Aspect Tech seminar to present the scale and strength of its innovative solution
Increasing awareness of environmental challenges, such as carbon emissions and plastic pollution, is driving societal and regulatory change in Europe and around the world.
Using SLS you can produce a small number of parts cheaper than injection moulding and with more design freedom. You can incubate all parts in one batch, control the heat, and the system is inert, making it better adapted to industrial applications.