8/1/2016

Video: 5 Things You Didn’t Know about Additive Manufacturing

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Manufacturers now succeeding with additive manufacturing are beginning to see what its ultimate impact might be. Here are ideas about the reach that AM will have, and the kinds of changes and advances it will enable.

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Manufacturers now succeeding with additive manufacturing have begun to see what its ultimate impact might be. I had a chance to speak to that here. This video summarizes some of the ideas and promises related to AM that were not clear at first, but now are becoming apparent.

For much more on the development of additive manufacturing as a solution for industrial applications, visit Modern Machine Shop’s sister site devoted to AM. You can subscribe there to our AM e-newsletter, as well as to magazineAdditive Manufacturing.

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