Additive manufacturing

Manufacturing Show 2021

Manufacturing Show 2021 revolves around low and large scale production methods, exploring opportunities for various technologies to work together and improve global manufacturing. Explore market innovations and products, learn new and exciting ways to bring production to the next level, and expand your partner network.

The new superalloys can be used to manufacture complex components for use in extreme environments in the energy, space and nuclear sectors. (Image: UC Santa Barbara College of Engineering)

New crack-resistant 'superalloys' compatible with AM

The superalloys hold promise for producing complex one-off components for high-stress, high-performance environments, such as aircraft engines

Nuburu's latest AI-1500 laser offers 1.5kW of power (Image: Nuburu)

Nuburu completes $20m Series B funding round

Nuburu’s total funding is now nearly $50 million, and will be used to accelerate the development of its high-brightness AI Series

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