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Video: World’s Largest Additive Metal Manufacturing Plant

GE Aviation facility in Italy will have capacity for 60 machines making metal production parts through additive manufacturing.


Let’s Call It Additive Marketing

I like the way this manufacturing company is building and promoting its “brand.” The many right things it is doing are evident in this report from the recent RAPID show in Detroit, which focused on new developments in additive manufacturing processe...


More Cool Stuff at amerimold

Conformal cooling has been quite the hot topic as of late, and it was showcased this week at amerimold during the technical conference, on the show floor and through an offsite tour. It's also the subject of a recent video project MMT is working on ...


IMTS’s 3D Printed Car Will Be Made of Carbon-Fiber-Filled Plastic

Winning car design announced out of more than 200 entries. The major structure of the car will be 3D printed at the show.


How Do You Make a Howitzer Less Heavy?

Large nuts that used to be solid metal are now grown with a honeycomb structure on the inside for valuable weight savings.


Additive Manufacturing May 2014 Digital Edition

The May issue looks at additive production by a military manufacturer, plus we return to Linear Mold & Engineering.


RedEye to Join with Other Additive Manufacturing Companies

Stratasys, the supplier of additive manufacturing technology and also owner of additive manufacturing service provider RedEye, announced this week that it intends to acquire two other AM service providers: Solid Concepts and Harvest Technologies.


Video: 3D Printing with Carbon Fiber

Make parts as strong as metal on a desktop machine, the company says.


See 3D Printing in Action

During amerimold expo 2014 this June 11-12 in Novi, Michigan, exhibitor Linear Mold & Engineering will be offering a Destination Tour to see its 3D printing in action at its DMLS Division.


Why Make a Bike Frame through Additive Manufacturing?

One reason to make a bike frame through additive manufacturing processes is that unnecessary weight disappears. The 3D printed frame is two-thirds the weight of the previous version. Other advantages relate to design freedom and the performance of t...


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