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Stratasys and Desktop Metal are in talks for a potential merger with Alphabet

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Desktop Metal, based in Massachusetts, did indeed go public in 2020 through a merger with a particular purpose acquisition company (SPAC) sponsored by former cable executive Leo Hindery Jr. The deal allowed Desktop Metal to become a publicly traded company.
The projection from consulting firm Wohlers Associates, stating that the 3D printing industry is expected to surpass $100 billion by 2032, reflects the optimistic outlook for the industry’s growth potential.
3D printers are versatile devices that create objects from various materials, including plastics, metals, and cement. They utilize digital designs as guides for the manufacturing process. Stratasys, as mentioned on its website, offers a range of products that find applications in industries such as aerospace, automotive, consumer products, and medical. Desktop Metal, headquartered in Massachusetts, has positioned itself in the automotive and consumer goods industries. Its 6,000 customers span multiple sectors, indicating a diverse customer base.

3D Printer Company Stratasys Is in Talks to Merge with Alphabet-Backed Desktop Metal.

BMW manufacturing plants breakthrough in massive engine cylinder sand core 3D Printing

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In the automotive industry, advancements in 3D printing technology continue to revolutionize manufacturing processes. BMW’s innovative approach to engine production has recently caught attention, as they successfully implemented automated 3D printing for massive engine cylinder sand cores. The Challenge of Engine Cylinder Sand Cores is crucial in producing internal combustion engines.BMW’s plant has pioneered an automated 3D printing process for massive engine cylinder sand cores.

Benefits for Engine Manufacturing it significantly reduces production time, allowing for faster engine assembly and improved overall efficiency. Enhanced Design Flexibility and Cost Savings

3D printing enables BMW to create intricate geometries and internal passages within the sand cores. This allows for enhancing engine performance, fuel efficiency, and emission control. The automated 3D printing process reduces material waste and production costs, contributing to overall cost savings in engine manufacturing.

 By Michael Molitch-Hou.

BMW Plant 3D Prints Massive Engine Cylinder Sand Cores Automatically.