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What is additive manufacturing

Commonly known as 3D printing – a definition which applies more to the consumers’ market related printers than to industrial applications – additive manufacturing (AM) is the official industry standard term for all applications of the technology. It is defined as the “process of joining materials to make objects from 3D model data, usually layer upon layer, as opposed to subtractive manufacturing methodologies.” (I)

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CECIMO Additive Manufacturing Activities Report 2017

February 27 2018 16:40 in Publications, Studies & reports, News, Additive Manufacturing

CECIMO publishes today the AM Activities Report, which collects the main achievements of 2017 and the challenges ahead in the additive manufacturing field. Dynamism characterizes the international additive manufacturing (AM) market nowadays. New business opportunities, actors and solutions are...[more]

KRAKEN showcases at EU Industry Days 2018

February 22 2018 13:04 in News, Additive Manufacturing

The Second EU Industry Days will take place on 22 and 23 February 2018 in Brussels. As part of the Industry Days, an exhibition displaying EU-funded research and innovation projects will be organized by the European Commission in the same location and KRAKEN will be one of the showcased projects in...[more]

3D PRISM showcased the project's results at EMO Hannover 2017

October 09 2017 16:46 in Additive Manufacturing, Publications, Cecimo, News

Hannover, 18-23 September 2017 – 3D Prism presented the results of the research developed in the past years at EMO Hannover. The project defined the skills needed to work with additive manufacturing machines and created a MOOC that will improve and harmonize AM knowledge among students and...[more]