June 20, 2017 – by Benedict 3D printed aircraft components are regularly in the news, but a recent article in the Wall Street Journal suggests that additive manufacturing is being involuntarily grounded by a cautious Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). So is 3D printing in the aerospace industry ready for takeoff or not? Even if you ..
3/17/17 – Congratulations to Moog on its full acquisition of Linear Mold & Engineering. They are working on the forefront of AM research and part certification and we look forward to hearing more about their progress as the adoption of metal additive manufacturing continues to grow. The Identify3D Team Certification of Production AM Parts By: ..
2/28/17 – Our friends over at Moog are making some great progress with Metal Additive Manufacturing. Moog’s Additive Manufacturing Center (AMC) in East Aurora is paving the way to defining the new digital supply chain. By: George Small | George is a Principal Engineer at Moog Inc., working in the Space and Defense Group ..
A guest post by Ralph Resnick, President and Executive Director, National Center for Defense Manufacturing and Machining (NCDMM) and Founding Director of America Makes looks at cyber security risk in manufacturing. With increased shop floor connectivity, Manufacturing 4.0 and the introduction of Chinese industrial Additive Manufacturing systems coming to the US market, what should we really ..
Posted Oct 21, 2016 by John Biggs (@johnbiggs) Researchers at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU), the University of South Alabama, and Singapore University of Technology and Design have successfully injected malicious code into a computer which, in turn, added invisible commands to a file containing a 3D model of a drone propeller. When they ..