Peter Zelinski sees three long-term trends that continue to reshape manufacturing.
Machining complemented by metal 3D printing enables B&J Specialty to create inserts with cooling channels that follow the contours of the mold.
UPS discusses its use of cloud-networked 3D printers to provide part-making near the point of end use.
A portal that reminds me of Uber today holds the promise to perform like eHarmony in the future, its CEO says.
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A pattern maker demonstrates is patternless approach to casting.