Media Appearances Archive | Adaptive Corp

Media Appearances Archive | Adaptive Corp

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Why Technology Might Change the Way You Manufacture Metal Parts

Metal 3D printing is promising big improvements in speed, cost, and quality that could signal a tipping point for an industry slowed by million-dollar machines.

Much of the hype around 3D printing in recent years has involved products that could be produced relatively quickly from plastic materials. But metal 3D printing has been an entirely different story – one defined by arduous research and development that has unfolded slowly away from the spotlight.

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Metrology for the Masses

For large manufacturers, metrology has long played a key role in part and product quality. Now, these same manufacturers in the automotive, aerospace and other sectors are asking their suppliers to provide parts that meet increasingly tight tolerances, which has further expanded demand for metrology solutions.

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3D Printing Solves Workholding Bottleneck

A 3D printer from Markforged helped Elliott Tool Technology quickly and cost-effectively create fixturing and, eventually, end-use parts for customers.

Identifying and solving bottlenecks is an important part of keeping any business running. Elliott Tool Technologies identified a holdup in the process of producing its workholding fixtures, one that a 3D-printing system from Markforged has helped to solve.  

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Crash Test Dummies Get Older and Better with 3D Printed Parts

Article appeared in: Design2Part The crash test dummy has come of age over many decades as the gold standard for safety testing of automobiles. Organizations like the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), and other agencies throughout the world continually update the requirements for driver and passenger protection. […]

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Who Needs Systems Engineering? You Likely Do

Appeared in: Industry Week The ins and outs of system engineering and how it’s used to make complex products. Many companies that are producing highly complex products these days are already doing systems engineering—whether they realize it or not. With the ever-increasing adoption of “smart”, mechatronic products requiring a combination of mechanical, electronics, and computer […]

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