You are here

Search

25 result(s)
The torsional welding process, developed by Magna for automotive applications at its exteriors plant in Liberec, Czech Republic, presents a new way to join plastics. It features a high-speed twisting motion that creates...
Published on: October 30, 2017
The new system, named CMS Kreator, will be available in several configurations and sizes, to cover a wide area of industrial needs, coming from different sectors (eg aerospace, automotive, marine industry, wind energy)...
Published on: October 2, 2017
The tooling was supplied in partnership with the Institute for Advanced Composite Manufacturing Innovation (IACMI) of Knoxville, Tennessee. The goal of the project was to demonstrate manufacturability of the materials, to test flow and...
Published on: September 13, 2017
As an added benefit, Thermwood believes it will soon produce molds and tooling that function properly under vacuum in a heated, pressurized autoclave without the use of any type of coating to seal the printed tools.  50...
Published on: June 16, 2017
Windform RL is a durable thermoplastic elastomer material with rubber-like distinguishing features.  Its mechanical characteristics make it particularly suited for additive manufacturing applications requiring complex geometries, and where flexible...
Published on: April 4, 2017
50 years of glass fiber production in Slovakia JM’s operation in Trnava, Slovakia manufacturers a balanced portfolio of engineered products for the composite reinforcement, engineered thermoplastic, building and construction markets. The...
Published on: March 14, 2017
At a print rate of 500 lbs/Hr, their newest and largest print head, the PH50 is more than three times faster than current PH15 print head. The Thermwood-designed PH series print head uses three servo drives in a unique configuration. The advantages of...
Published on: September 16, 2016
Thermwood’s new machine line, called LSAM (pronounced L-Sam, short for Large Scale Additive Manufacturing), uses a two-step, near-net-shape production process.  First the part is 3D printed, layer by layer, to slightly larger than the final size, then it...
Published on: September 5, 2016
The project involved work to optimise the efficiency and applicability of an innovative, low cost thermoplastic composite welding process. The “CoFusion” project demonstrated that carbon/polyphenylene sulfide (PPS) composite thermoformed components can be...
Published on: August 23, 2016
Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Manufacturing Demonstration Facility collaborated with a team of industry partners to 3D-print and machine several large molds and test them in one of Boeing’s industrial autoclaves.The thermoplastic molds...
Published on: May 30, 2016
  •  
  • 1 / 3
  • >
  • >>