SAF™ 3D Printing - Rivelin Robotics Highlighting Success with Stratasys H350 Industrial 3D Printers
Based out of Sheffield, England, Rivelin Robotics specializes in metal additive manufacturing (AM) support removal and finishing. Specifically, the Rivelin Netshape® robots simplify, automate, and expedite post-processing in near-net-shape metal manufacturing. Stratasys H350 Industrial 3D Printers came in handy when facing a unique set of challenges. The Challenge: Post-Processing Electrical Connectors with Complex Geometrics Post-processing […]
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One of the most challenging application ever made with a 3D printer
Siemens, EOS and Materials Solutions challenge existing technologies to advance and truly industrialize 3D printing. The business case in this video shows the realization of one of the most challenging applications: A gas turbine blade for hot and turning environments.