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Published: 4/1/2016

Your Shop, Too, Will Have a 3D Printer
In the future, we will take it for granted that a small 3D printer is among the resources routinely used by machining job shops.

Published: 8/1/2015

Hope to See You in Knoxville!
Come to our Additive Manufacturing Conference, October 20-21, co-hosted by Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The sole focus of the conference is industrial parts and tooling.

Published: 4/20/2015

Making Good Parts Even Better
You’ve made your 3D-printed part, now how do you ensure that it meets standards for quality and function?

Published: 2/1/2015

Material Differences
Additive manufacturing demands different thinking about the metal stock.

Published: 11/1/2014

Championing AM
Join forces with local groups to learn and apply new technology, and help make your state a leading center for manufacturing.

Published: 8/15/2014

You Are Here
Different types of additive machines are at different places along the curve of technology’s adoption.

Published: 6/18/2014

Join Me at the Additive Manufacturing Workshop
At IMTS, learn from manufacturers who are applying 3D printing in production.

Published: 5/1/2014

Is AM the New Enabling Technology?
Additive manufacturing can move industrial arts to digital manufacturing and into the hands of the next-generation workforce.

Published: 2/1/2014

Believe the Hype
Technology and service providers invested in additive manufacturing have taken the hype and brought it to practicality.

Published: 1/20/2014

The Additive Future
If additive manufacturing of end-use parts becomes routine, the ways we think about industrial production will change.

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