One or two technologies will dominate the additive manufacturing market in a few years, says David Reis, CEO of Objet Geometries of Rehovot, Israel. Determining factors will be similar to those that are important in two-dimensional printing, says Reis. They include: part size, speed, productivity and price. Critical factors in productivity are output in a given period of time, and extent of manual labor involved in the production. Reis made the comments in a press conference at Euromold in Frankfurt, Germany.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory has developed a surface preparation method to improve joining carbon composites with aluminum, with potentially far-reaching ramifications for high-volume industrial applications.
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