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Environmental Sustainability in Manufacturing

By: Justin Hollenbeck Impact of Traditional ManufacturingFor decades, traditional manufacturing (TM) methods have grown towards higher production rates, higher precision capabilities, and abilities to produce parts of greater geometric complexity and wider material selection. Despite these improvements, the environmental sustainability burden of TM has been exacerbated. Two predominant categories of monolithic TM exist: subtractive manufacturing …

Generative Slicing Design

Generative Slicing: The Future of Additive Manufacturing?

By: Greg Vialle The design-manufacture paradigm is undergoing a change. For most of my 25-year engineering career, there has been a pretty clear line between engineering design and manufacturing. That is not to say that the best engineers don’t know a thing or two about machining (and other manufacturing methods) and that the best CNC …

3D Printed Dog Customer hands

Additive manufacturing in every consumer household

By: Bryce HirschfeldAug. 13, 2020 The late Harvard business academic, Clayton Christensen, insisted that all technology companies follow similar patterns. When measured correctly and often, data from tech companies of the past can be dissected and analyzed to reveal patterns, stories, setbacks, and breakthroughs that can inform young industries of what is to come. The …

Supply Chain Management

How does AM impact supply chain complexity?

By: Justin Hollenbeck  July 30, 2020 In bringing a product to market, 3D printing has long been suited as an ideal prototyping technology. 3D printing can quickly create relatively complex parts without breaking the bank. Recent improvements to its technology allowed 3D printing to compete with traditional methods in manufacturing end-use products, giving rise to a new 3D printing term, “additive manufacturing” (AM).  The benefits of …

Bryce Hirschfels

Interview with the CEO

“Nihilo’s culture of innovation will light the future of technology”, says Bryce Hirschfeld, CEO of Nihilo Engineering.  By Teddy Alshaer7/17/2020 Centennial, Col. — Bryce Hirschfeld, CEO, of Nihilo Engineering expressed his vision on additive manufacturing and the technology of today. We discussed what possibilities may arrive in the future and what it can do for …

Nothing is impossible

Nihilo, nothing is impossible

By: Teddy Alshaer In this world, where scientists discover what is and where engineers create what could never be, we are bound by the idea that life is a beautiful thing in itself, and what inspires the human mind is the endless journey to which we strive to understand all. An exploration of the possibilities …