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Published: 12/26/2018

Additive Manufacturing Conference Announces Program at Detroit Auto Show
The Additive Manufacturing Conference has announced that the program is available for the inaugural Additive Manufacturing Workshop at NAIAS, which is taking place January 16th at the Cobo Center in Detroit Michigan. 

Published: 12/21/2018

State of Mold Manufacturing in Portugal
Portugal boasts some of the most advanced and innovative moldmaking businesses that have nearly doubled their export and production rate over the past ten years.

Published: 12/19/2018

Metal AM System Revs Up Prototyping for Start-Up’s New Engine
The Desktop Metal Studio System demonstrates time and cost savings in prototyping and improving the parts for Lumenium’s IDAR engine. 

Published: 12/15/2018

News of Note: December 2018
ORNL appoints new leadership, Ingersoll remains with current owners, DMG MORI expands and other industry news. 

Published: 12/9/2018

Additive Manufacturing for Large Parts
Powder-bed fusion is driving the hype for additive manufacturing right now, but it may not be the best answer. Directed energy deposition is a strong contender.

Published: 12/8/2018

Smoothing out the Rough Edges
Surface finishing additively manufactured metal parts.

Published: 11/27/2018

Additive Manufacturing Basics for Turning Shops
An additive manufacturing expert shares what turning shops should know about the technology, gives examples of how to use it and suggests steps for adopting AM.

Published: 11/14/2018

A Video Introduction to Additive Manufacturing
This video playlist offers a quick introduction to 3D printing and additive manufacturing (AM), including best use cases for this technology.

Published: 11/7/2018

Can My Machine Tool Access My Support Structures?
Analyzing the machinability of support structures opens a new way of thinking about optimal build orientation.

Published: 10/28/2018

Why Is My Surface So Rough?
Be aware of the inherent manufacturing and design challenges that impact the dimensions and tolerances that you can (or cannot) achieve on an “as built” part.