Special Technology Focus: Additive Manufacturing Innovations

Read about the latest developments in 3D printing and design for additive technology.

The additive manufacturing space is one of the most dynamic technologies we cover. 3D printing is increasingly being used for end products as well as prototypes and tooling, and new advancements in metal printing are enabling a host of applications in the automotive and aerospace sectors.

In this special focus issue, our writers examine new 3D printing material innovations; simulation for additive; and manufacturing services that leverage additive for outsourcing production. In addition, we also take a look at how generative design can be used in conjunction with 3D printing, and present case studies that show how the technology can be used in different industries.

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