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2016 Digital "Technology Review and Sourcing Guide" Available

If it's time to upgrade old equipment, try an alternative process, invest in a new strategy or just shop around, MoldMaking Technology’s annual Technology Review and Sourcing Guide is the perfect companion to your decision-making process.


3D-Printed Metal Device Enables More Accurate Surgery

Additive manufacturing made it possible to cost-effectively produce a medical device to help surgeons in ACL repair and replacement surgery.


Gosiger Adds 3D Printing Equipment, Services via Stratasys

The technology provider and integrator is helping to bring 3D printing to the shop floor via a new product line and partnership.


Collaboration and Education

I visited with two companies at Amerimold last week in Novi, Michigan, that have committed to technology development R&D and collaboration to move innovation forward.


Webinar: Using Additive and Subtractive Manufacturing to Improve Productivity

An upcoming webinar presented by Okuma and RPM Innovations will address AM’s role alongside subtractive manufacturing.


Moldmaking: Where It's Been and Where It's Going

One mold builder shares his perspective on what has helped build the moldmaking industry and what will keep it going strong.


Webinar: Quality Management Systems for Additive Manufacturing

A free webinar on June 14 will discuss how to modify quality management systems to suit additive manufacturing applications.


FDA Releases Draft Guidance for Additive Manufacturing of Medical Devices

Even if additive manufacturing and medical devices are not yet on your radar, this information may be useful in strategic planning for cleaning complex parts.


Caterpillar’s Deployment Strategy for Additive Manufacturing

A dedicated AM facility is helping the company discover the technology’s potential for design as well as production.


Video: Additive, Subtractive Cell Achieves High Throughput

Two industry suppliers say cells combining separate, dedicated equipment can outperform hybrid machines in high-volume industrial applications.


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