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ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING is a new quarterly supplement to both Modern Machine Shop and MoldMaking Technology magazines. The supplement covers technologies that build complex components layer by layer, focusing on the ways these technologies are used to make functional products such as production tooling and end-use manufactured parts. To subscribe to this supplement, visit the subscription page by clicking “Magazine” in the Subscribe links above. Click here to view the electronic supplement.

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Additive Manufacturing Digital Editions


Additive Manufacturing is the new publication devoted to the use of additive technology for making functional parts. Read current and past issues by visiting our digital library.



Three Things to Know about the Additive Manufacturing Conference

By: Mark Albert
Well, maybe four things. The first is the date: October 20-21, 2015.The other three key facts are 1. It’s designed exclusively for industrial applications. 2. The acclaimed Oak Ridge National Laboratory will be part of the event. 3. Several presenter slots on the program are still open. Abstracts for consideration are welcome.

Additive Manufacturing Applications Today and Tomorrow

By: Mark Albert
CECIMO, the European Association of Machine Tool Industries sees opportunities for its members with current and potential future applications for additive manufacturing in various industry sectors.

Additive Manufacturing is the New Normal

By: Matt Naitove
A company founded on the principle of individualized manufacturing puts AM to work right out front, in its retail lobby.

Additive’s Idiosyncrasies

By: Peter Zelinski
Additive manufacturing is not as easy as just hitting “print.” Like any manufacturing process, it demands attention to considerations that are characteristic of this process alone. Researchers describe some of the areas of attention that go into successfully producing functional additive parts.

Urban Bike Relies on Component Produced through DMLS

By: Peter Zelinski
A complex component that improves bike design and simplifies assembly is manufactured economically at low volumes via additive manufacturing.


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