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September 26th, 2018
Identify 3D partners with UL Ventures as a Strategic Investor

Identify3D, a software provider for digital manufacturing security, quality and traceability based in San Francisco, California, USA, has partnered with UL, a global safety science company as a strategic investor. Distributed manufacturing is an underlying megatrend in the next industrial revolution. Identify3D’s digital supply chain solution enables OEMs and other Intellectual Property (IP) creators to… read more

September 24th, 2018
Webinar Recording: Powder evolution and its impact on AM production

Did you miss the recent webinar featuring UL and LPW Technology entitled, Powder evaluation and its impact on AM production? Not to worry, we recorded it for you! Click to access this free webinar recording. Abstract As the manufacturing landscape for powder bed AM shifts from R&D and prototyping to serial production, more focus is… read more

August 29th, 2018
Webinar: Powder evolution and its impact on AM production

UL and LPW Technology, the market leader in the development, processing and supply of high quality metal powders and powder management products for the AM industry, introduce a new topic in their free webinar series, “Powder evolution and its impact on AM production”. REGISTER NOW Abstract As the manufacturing landscape for powder bed AM shifts… read more

June 25th, 2018
Six Questions: The Impact of Additive Manufacturing on Building & Fire Codes

In this month’s “Six Questions” feature, we’re speaking with Howard Hopper, UL Regulatory Services Program Manager, about the impact of Additive Manufacturing (AM) on US Building and Fire Codes as well as code officials. Though AM has existed for decades, officials are  now beginning to recognize and understand the numerous health and safety considerations associated… read more

April 30th, 2018
Achieving Consistency and Reliability in Additive Manufacturing

Dr. Khalid Rafi, UL AM Lead Development Engineer, discusses how to create and maintain an AM specific quality assurance process in the April issue of Quality Magazine. The article outlines the essential steps that must be implemented within pre-production and post-processing for a laser-based, metal powder-bed fusion process to help ensure that products / components… read more

April 30th, 2018
Webinar Recording: AM Metal Powder is Within Spec, But Will it Build?

Did you miss the recent webinar featuring UL and LPW Technology entitled, AM Metal Powder is Within Spec, But Will it Build? Not to worry, we recorded it for you! Click to access this free webinar recording. Abstract Powder specifications are vital in ensuring stable and reproducible processing. So it is clear that the ability… read more

March 26th, 2018
How Reliable and Reproducible Are 3D Products and Processes?

Handelsblatt, the leading German-language business newspaper, recently spoke with Dr. Jens Stange, Head of Testing & Innovation EMEA, Performance Materials, at UL in Germany as part of a discussion on 3D printing products and processes. The resulting article, “How Reliable and Reproducible Are 3D Products and Processes?” shares UL’s research and insights into 3D printing equipment, materials and products and the… read more

March 22nd, 2018
See you at AMUG!
March 22nd, 2018
See You at AMUG!

The AMUG Conference, April 8 – 12 in St. Louis, is right around the corner. As you’re planning your schedule, we’re offering multiple ways to meet the UL AM team at the show.   SCHEDULE A ONE-ON-ONE APPOINTMENT WITH THE UL AM TEAM The UL AM team will be available during the Expo at Booth… read more

February 23rd, 2018
Six Questions: The UL Metals Validation Program

In this month’s “Six Questions” feature, we’re talking with Dr. Kahlid Rafi about the new UL Metals Validation Program – a collaborative program between UL and Singapore’s Advanced Remanufacturing and Technology Centre (ARTC), focused on the verification and certification of metal powders for Additive Manufacturing (AM) technologies.   #1  What were the drivers behind developing… read more