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CNC and Additive are a Winning Combination

An innovative kit that enables a standard CNC machining center to integrate a metal cladding process via the automatic toolchanger makes great sense—especially when one of the leading developers states his case.


FAA Clears First Additive Manufactured Part for Flight in a GE Commercial Jet Engine

A cobalt-chrome temperature sensor housing is being retrofit to GE90 engines used by Boeing.


Video: 3D-Printed Car, Mark II

In six weeks, Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Manufacturing Demonstration Facility 3D printed a working Shelby Cobra for the Detroit Auto Show. This facility will be on of the locations for an Additive Manufacturing Conference debuting in October.


3D Printing and the Promise of Custom Fit

Can additive processes be used to customize wearable products to give a perfect fit to each individual? It works for ear buds….


Video: Additive Manufacturing and the Gun Fallacy

This installment in a video series debunking 3D printing misconceptions looks at the notion that the technology is dangerous because it can be used to make firearms.


6 Things You Might Not Know about Making Metal Parts through Additive Manufacturing

Like any other manufacturing process, additive manufacturing has process considerations all its own.


Additive Manufacturing Users Group Conference, April 19-23

A major additive manufacturing event returns to Jacksonville, Florida, with a program that addresses industrial production.


Material Differences

Additive manufacturing entails material considerations so subtle as to be, well, granular.


Winner Named in First-Ever International Additive Manufacturing Award

Hybrid Manufacturing Technologies Ltd. will receive the inaugural International Additive Manufacturing Award (IAMA) for its innovative methodology that enables metal deposition (via laser cladding) to be integrated on a multi-axis CNC machine.


Interest in Additive Manufacturing Enters Phase Two

How long until we see acceptance of additive manufacturing for full-scale production of a wide variety of metal parts? Three to five years, says this AM researcher.


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