Additive manufactured parts are everywhere – from Aircraft engine fuel nozzles to dental implants to mountain bike thingamajigs. It’s seems like there’s no barrier to what can be made, with the only restriction being the engineer or designer’s imagination. Yes, the current set-up and manufacturing costs can often be eye-wateringly high, but the continual development of new machines and processes will bring those costs down. We’re not so far from the point where companies can expect to produce ground-breaking parts, and still manage to pay for the doughnuts on a Friday.
|Date||1st July 2017|
|Organisation||Evotech Computer-Aided Engineering Ltd|