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



Multi-Material 3D Printers Feature Triple-Jetting Technology

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Stratasys offers six multi-material 3D printers with compact and mid-size build envelopes that all feature the company’s PolyJet triple-jetting technology.

Hybrid Technology Combines Sintering with Milling

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MC Machinery Systems will showcase the Lumex Avance-25’s metal laser sintering hybrid technology, which combines metal laser sintering with high-speed milling to produce complex molds and parts using digital engineering and 3D data.

Additive Manufacturing May 2015

Now Available: Additive Manufacturing May 2015 Digital Edition

By: Peter Zelinski
Articles cover hybrid manufacturing, complementing plastics molding with 3D printing, and CT scanning for inspecting additive parts.

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Additive by the Numbers

By: Stephanie Monsanty
How long does it take for a company to learn to 3D print metal parts successfully? What portion of the overall manufacturing industry does additive manufacturing make up? These questions and more were answered during the nearly 200 presentations delivered at this year’s AMUG Conference.

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Oak Ridge Group Leader Says Additive Manufacturing Needs “Moon Shots”

By: Peter Zelinski
At the recent AMUG conference, Oak Ridge National Lab’s Dr. Lonnie Love stressed the need to commit to bold objectives in order to advance additive manufacturing into realizing the promise it is destined to deliver. Here are some other highlights of the AMUG event.


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