An interview with Jet Cooper, Creative Director and Head of 3D at Makinarium UK Ltd. Aurora is the brainchild of Jet Cooper, designed to demonstrate the versatility of 3D printing to the film industry.
Little over the last two years has driven a market trend in the medical and healthcare sector as fast as the advent of utilising additive manufacturing methods for creating custom orthoses and prostheses.
Architectural large bed 3D Printing. For large cityscapes, the 800 x 800 x 600mm print bed on the NEO 800 means minimal sectioning is required.
Deepwater umbilicals are a core component of any subsea project. They create an essential connection between subsea infrastructure and surface facilities. In playing this part, they must withstand an extremely harsh environment and therefore require protection of the highest calibre.
The scarceness of parts and discontinued parts can be a big problem for the classic vehicle restoration market. Additive Manufacturing may just be the answer restorers are looking for.
Is there room in the aerospace industry for more traditional 3D printing processes? Ones that don’t necessarily meet the newest International Standards for Aerospace Quality Management Systems?