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ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING is Modern Machine Shop’s sister magazine devoted to the use of 3D printing technology to manufacture functional parts. To learn more about the promise and the challenges of making end-use components and production tooling through additive manufacturing, visit the AM website.

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Methods Event Debuts Additive Manufacturing Offerings

The company’s investments around its partnership with 3D Systems will help smaller manufacturers succeed with additive.

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Re-Introducing Additive Manufacturing

If you’ve been a reader of Additive Manufacturing, the publication you receive is about to change. And if you’re not a subscriber, now is the perfect time to join us.

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Easing the Entry into Additive Manufacturing

With funding from America Makes, Optomec and MachMotion worked together to develop a retrofit additive manufacturing system for machining centers.

Putting Safety First Adds Up

By: Stephanie Hendrixson
Recognizing several years ago that too many of its machinists were getting bruised and cut from bumping against boring bars and other sharp tools inside its lathes, this company was prompted to look for a simple way to cover these tools and protect its employees.

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Methods Event Debuts Additive Manufacturing Offerings

By: Peter Zelinski
The company’s investments around its partnership with 3D Systems will help smaller manufacturers succeed with additive, Methods Machine Tools says.

Would You Rather Have a Paper Print or a 3D-Printed Prototype?

By: Derek Korn
This custom cutting tool manufacturer uses a 3D printer to provide customers with a physical prototype to view and handle, not just a part print illustrating its complex design.

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Stratasys Expands Ultem 1010 Resin Compatibility

By: AM Staff
The company now offers the thermoplastic for two additional machines in its line of FDM 3D printers.

DMG MORI Lasertec 4300 hybrid

Hybrid Machining Center Intersperses Milling with Growing Parts

By: Edited by Jedd Cole
DMG MORI’s Lasertec 4300 3D hybrid machine incorporates additive-directed energy deposition (blown powder) into a five-axis turn-mill machining center with a working area of 600 × 1,500 mm.

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