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Additive Manufacturing February 2016 Digital Edition

The latest issue of Additive Manufacturing magazine covers Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing, job shop applications and a program to help manufacturers integrate this technology.

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Read the February digital edition by clicking on the photo above.

The part pictured on the cover of the February 2016 issue is a near-net-shape component of a satellite propellant tank that was made by Lockheed Martin Spacy Systems via Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM). This wire-fed process can be used as an alternative to forging, particularly for large or complex metal parts in which it often offers an advantage in lead time. Click the cover image above to access the digital edition of the magazine and turn to page 24 to read the full story.

Also in this issue:

  • What Renishaw is doing to ease AM integration for manufacturers;
  • How 3D-printed custom fixturing helps a moldmaker remain flexible to the demands and deadlines of its customers; and
  • What Delcam learned about additive manufacturing during trial runs producing a 316L stainless steel manifold with a powder-bed process.

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