Welcome to Additive Manufacturing Inception
Additive manufacturing (AM) is a revolutionary manufacturing technology and also commonly known as 3D printing. The AM technology emerged in last decade and is fundamentally changing the way the industries operate that includes design, manufacturing and supply chain of products. Application of the technology covers wide range of industries that include mechanical, civil, space, electronic, fashion, medical and health industries.
Prominent industries and AM communities are put together to share and gain knowledge, and to advance together.
Tools and Resources
Tools and resources for best use of the AM technologies can be availed here for easier and faster adoption of the technologies.
Research and Development
Latest updates and trends of the field from renowned technical research laboratories and industries published here.
Working principle of AM technologies, applications of the technologies, and maker of 3D printers are detailed in the site.
Material suppliers and list of materials; metals, polymers, ceramics, and composites for 3D printing can be explored.
Explore list of industries benefited with AM technologies including mechanical, space, civil, medical, health and fashion.
Polymers are the most utilized materials for 3D printing so far. A billion USD worth of materials used for 3D printing in 2016 and half of that sales ...
Selective laser sintering (SLS) can process a wide range of polymeric materials, including functional materials for end-user parts. Polymeric material...
What is 4D printing? 3D printing of parts with smart materials/ responsive materials/programmable materials is called 4D printing. Geometrical shape ...
Following our previous blog on 4D printing, where we explored 4D printing process and its applications. Now let us dive deeper into design of parts fo...
Photopolymers are used in two different additive manufacturing (AM) processes; Vat photopolymerization AM (commercial names: SLA, CLIP, DLP, Multiphot...
In our previous blog on photo-polymers for 3D Printing, we have learnt that the photopolymers are used in two different AM processes; Vatphotopolymeri...