3D printing, otherwise known as “additive manufacturing,” involves “printing” a solid object using a computer-guided device which extrudes a substrate to form the object. This new process has come into its own over the last decade and is now being used for a myriad of applications across many industries, including the aerospace industry. Here are a few of the ways the aerospace industry benefits from 3D printing: [Read more…]
You’ve been thinking about, or have already purchased, a brand new ultrasonic cleaner from Omegasonics. You are getting ready to set your first batch of parts to be cleaned, and you realize you just aren’t sure how you should be putting the parts into your cleaner—or maybe you are an old hat, and you want to make sure you are getting the most out of your unit. Don’t worry; it is a common question. The short answer is yes, there are some tricks to ensuring that your parts come away as clean as possible and undamaged. Read on to find out the proper techniques for an ultrasonic parts cleaning.