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DMG Mori Additive Technology, Nils Niemeyer, Bi-Metal Printing, and Mars Landing 3D From Nothing

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Welcome to 3d from nothing powered by Metalmite. The show where you learn all about 3d printing and additive technology. I'm your host, Tom Gendich. Today we have Nils Niemeyer, Manager of Sales and Service for the DMG Mori Additive team:
Nils said “With hybrid machines, you have a big advantage,” said Nils Niemeyer, product manager for additive at DMG Mori USA. “You can build larger-volume parts very rapidly and finish-machine the parts on the same machine. There is less handling of the parts, smaller buffers. You get a finish-built product out of one setup. You integrate your supply chain completely into one machine.”
Using the same machine for additive and subtractive also means operators can mill the inside of the part, which isn’t possible on a separate finishing machine that can finish mill only the part exterior, Norfolk said.
“When you 3D print a part, you can always go back and mill the outside of the part on another machine but you can not mill the internal features,” he said. “Hybrid manufacturing on one machine allows you to clean up the internal features as you go.”
Open discussion with Nils and Tom about the full offering that DMG Mori has. The advantages of additive and subtractive in the same machine. ETC…..

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Welcome to 3d from nothing powered by Metalmite. The show where you learn all about 3d printing and additive technology. I'm your host, Tom Gendich. Today we have Nils Niemeyer, Manager of Sales and Service for the DMG Mori Additive team:
Nils said “With hybrid machines, you have a big advantage,” said Nils Niemeyer, product manager for additive at DMG Mori USA. “You can build larger-volume parts very rapidly and finish-machine the parts on the same machine. There is less handling of the parts, smaller buffers. You get a finish-built product out of one setup. You integrate your supply chain completely into one machine.”
Using the same machine for additive and subtractive also means operators can mill the inside of the part, which isn’t possible on a separate finishing machine that can finish mill only the part exterior, Norfolk said.
“When you 3D print a part, you can always go back and mill the outside of the part on another machine but you can not mill the internal features,” he said. “Hybrid manufacturing on one machine allows you to clean up the internal features as you go.”
Open discussion with Nils and Tom about the full offering that DMG Mori has. The advantages of additive and subtractive in the same machine. ETC…..

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This episode is sponsored by
· Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thomas-gendich/support

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