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Composites speed concrete facade fabrication
The 45-story One South First building, on the 11-acre Domino Park campus in Brooklyn, N.Y., features a geometrically complex concrete facade made, in part, with composite molds fabricated using large-format additive manufacturing.
Cincinnati Inc. to offer BASF 3D printing materials for SAAM HT
BASF’s ABS plastic, carbon PET and recycled PET are now offered for use with Cincinnati Inc.’s Small Area Additive Manufacturing Machine.
Cincinnati Incorporated and Marine Concepts to debut 3D printed molding tool
Cincinnati Incorporated’s Big Area Additive Manufacturing (BAAM) machine was used to create a 3D printed light resin transfer molding (LRTM) tool that will be showcased at the IBEX boat-building trade show in Tampa Florida October 1-3, 2019.
Big additive machines tackle large molds
In commercial aerocomposites fabrication, molds reign supreme, but they are expensive. Large-format additive manufacturing systems are poised to make production-ready molds quickly and affordably.
Cincinnati Inc.'s 3D printed trim tool for the 777X wing tip
Cincinnati Inc. explains the process for creating and their record-holding additively manufactured tool.
CAMX 2018: Big changes coming
3D printing goes thermoset, pultrusion aims at automotive, a polyester resin with Tg>250°C and much more from the Dallas exhibit floor.
Cincinnati Inc. launches new carbon fiber-reinforced resin for additive manufacturing
New material for Cincinnati Inc.’s Small Area Additive Manufacturing system (SAAM) is designed for custom tooling and fixture applications
Musings on my first CAMX
Insights and inspiration from the 2018 Composites and Advanced Materials Expo which was held in Dallas, TX, US last week.
Sustainable, inline recycling of carbon fiber
Shocker Composites and R&M International are developing a supply chain for recycled CF with zero knockdown vs. virgin fiber, lower cost and, eventually, lengths delivering structural properties close to continuous fiber.
The first composite fuselage section for the first composite commercial jet
Spirit AeroSystems was an established aerospace supplier when it earned that distinction, winning the contract for the Boeing 787’s Section 41. Now its sights are set on the next generation of aircraft.
Additive manufacturing: Big and going commercial
A demonstration of large-format 3D printing delivers parts for an excavator cab, from CAD data to ready for assembly, in only five hours.
CAMX 2017: Highlights from the floor
3D printing and nanotechnology developments promise to cut time and cost in composite structures production while recycling and sustainability continue to grow in importance.