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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.


Now Available: Additive Manufacturing February 2015 Digital Edition

Stories describe the process realities of making parts through additive manufacturing, as well as a company making custom earbuds based on selfies of customers’ ears.


The Changing Shape of Manufacturing

Topology optimization and additive manufacturing go together. The complex, organic form that might be the most material-efficient choice for a part generally cannot be produced conventionally. However, additive manufacturing puts optimal forms withi...


Three Things to Know about the Additive Manufacturing Conference

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 presente...


Additive Manufacturing Applications Today and Tomorrow

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.


Urban Bike Relies on Component Produced through DMLS

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


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