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Can Additive Manufacturing Increase Milling Feed Rates?
With PCD tooling, yes it can. The diamond cutting edges demand a large number flutes to realize their full effectiveness. Traditional methods for making cutter bodies limit the number of flutes, but 3D printing is delivering tools with higher flute ...
Webinar: Additive Manufacturing Needs Machining—How Should They Work Together?
Register for the free webinar November 30 at 2 p.m. EST by the Consortium for Advanced Hybrid Manufacturing—Integrating Technologies (CAM-IT).
Additive Manufacturing November Issue Highlights AM2016
Read the digital edition for insights from the 2016 Additive Manufacturing Conference and more.
Manufacturing News of Note: November 2016
A Brazilian student wins an advanced materials contest, Local Motors launches an SaaS division, Airbus certifies an additive material from Stratasys and other industry news.
Wearing IMTS Like a Badge of Honor
Throughout my week at this larger-than-life event, from hall to hall, I witnessed several attendees and exhibitors alike announcing how many IMTS events they’ve attended.
7 Impressions of IMTS 2016
Things changed this year. New technologies and a new generation were prominent, and together they are helping to take this show into its next era.
Technology Tuesday: A Closer Look at IMTS 2016
Yesterday I blogged about IMTS, providing an overarching summary of the manufacturing technologies featured there. Today, being Technology Tuesday, I thought I’d share a few snapshots from the show floor.
‘The Future of Manufacturing is Now.’
Coming off six days at IMTS, plus a weekend, I’m still absorbing all that I observed while walking the miles and miles of aisles at McCormick Place in Chicago.
IMTS: From Imagination to Innovation
IMTS is here, and I had the opportunity to preview some pretty cool exhibits yesterday along with other members of the press.
Additive + Subtractive Won’t Need Further CNC Advances
Today’s control technology is ready for these machines, and for more challenging integrations than this.