November 17, 2015      

New materials are enabling 3D printers to create components for high-performance applications such as aerospace and military uses. In combination with industrial robotics, refined software, and international partnerships, 3D printing is yielding more complicated and durable parts.

Santa Clara, Calif.-based Arevo Labs has introduced robot-based additive manufacturing (RAM), which includes ABB's IRB 120 six-axis robot, a deposition end effector, and CAD/CAM and kinematics software. Arevo's RAM sy...

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