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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.


FDA Releases Draft Guidance for Additive Manufacturing of Medical Devices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.


Arcam Acquires Medical Manufacturer DiSanto Technology

Part of what the additive machine maker gains by acquiring this part producer is CNC machining capacity and expertise. The move follows the acquisition of a Canadian metal powder company.


Additive Manufacturing for Production Medical Parts

This series of photos illustrates medical products produced through additive manufacturing by a company specializing in medical product development.


More Automation at Aztalan

Aztalan Engineering uses machining automation technologies such as robots and a pallet system, but there is even more automation going on in this shop.


Survey Shows Positive Outlook on North American Manufacturing

MFG.com recently released the results of its MFGWatch survey targeting 8,840 sourcing professionals throughout North America. The results indicate that 2013 is going to be a year of growth.


Video: Moving Section Made in One Piece

The cover of our latest Additive Manufacturing supplement shows an articulating section that used to require assembly of many metal links, until additive manufacturing made it possible to produce this moving section in one piece.


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