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AMUG Reschedules, Relocates Conference

Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) said today it is rescheduling and relocating its annual in-person AMUG Conference because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Fortify Mixes It Up

The key in other tooling applications is to find a space where our materials provide extra value beyond other printers.

Father-Son Manufacturing Team Wins AM Gold

A team including two generations of one manufacturing family, and their blockchain-enabled mobile 3D printing lab, won a Gold Medal in a recent military advanced manufacturing competition.

Teeth Being Restored and Jobs Being Reshored

One of the early applications for 3D printing/additive manufacturing (AM) was in the medical industry. As the machines and materials have improved, the use of these technologies expanded into almost every application. In medical, there are unique challenges as patient safety is paramount and government regulation and insurance issues structure what can and will be done.

How the Auto Industry Will Adopt 3D Printing

Nobody knows just yet how the auto industry will adopt 3D printing. But Desktop Metal Inc. (Burlington, MA) is in a better position than most to make an educated guess.

Inevitable Change Equals Opportunity

A single phone call changed my life forever. In 2003, I was sitting in my office at a fuel cell manufacturing company where I was vice president of operations. A voice on the other end of the line said, “Hello, my name is Mark Tomlinson. I’m calling as a representative of the SME Manufacturing Enterprise Council.”

Metal 3D Printing’s Day is Coming in Automotive

The world is undergoing some radical transformations related to the concept of “motorized transport.” This term was once synonymous with the automobile and the internal combustion engine, along with the conventional infrastructure supporting this technology like asphalt roads, filling stations and repair shops.

Oerlikon, Boeing to Collaborate in Additive Manufacturing Work

Oerlikon and Boeing to create standard processes for 3D-printed structural titanium aerospace. Five-year agreement supports creation of standard titanium additive manufacturing processes. Boeing has 50,000+ 3D-printed parts on commercial, space and defense products flying today.

MakerBot Moves Into Industrial-Grade 3D Printing

Driven by market changes and feedback from customers, we shifted our focus away from the consumer market toward education and professional segments. We recognized that professionals needed more to meet the advanced needs of rapid prototyping for manufacturing.