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Engineers from aerospace and other large-part sectors come to Ingersoll Machine Tools to collaborate on breakthroughs in additive and subtractive manufacturing.

Robotic Fiber Placement, 3D Printing Spur Advances

May 23, 2022
The advantages promised by Industry 4.0 are being realized at Ingersoll Machine Tools in Rockford, Ill.
John Meyer
By John Meyer Marketing Communications Manager, Siemens Industry, Inc.
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SPEE3D Selected for U.S. Navy Exercise

May 20, 2022
SPEE3D said it has been selected by the U.S. Navy o take part in their MaintenX exercise to manufacture deployable metal 3D printing technology at both port and sea.
By SPEE3D Press Release
Small and medium-sized companies can get started in automation with an easy-to-learn, easy-to-teach collaborative robot that does simple machine tending. Proper training is essential.

When Work Cells Work for Machine Tools

May 20, 2022
Scope of work, automation, ROI and other matters of note. Or, how many widgets do you want to make—and how fast?
Jim Lorincz
By Jim Lorincz Contributing Editor, SME Media
Amy Teal of Stratasys at the company's RAPID + TCT booth.

RAPID + TCT Shows the Promise, Challenges of 3D Printing

May 20, 2022
At this week’s RAPID + TCT show, the promise of additive manufacturing was on display. There was also talk of challenges facing the industry.
Bill Koenig
By Bill Koenig Senior Editor, SME Media
DMLS 3D printing in action at Stratasys Direct Manufacturing’s facility in Austin, Texas.

Making Metal Parts: Not for Dummies

May 20, 2022
A primer on metal 3D printing technology, in all its many forms
Kip Hanson
By Kip Hanson Contributing Editor, SME Media
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Looking Back to See What is Ahead for Industrial Additive Manufacturing

May 19, 2022
Todd Grimm of T. A. Grimm & Associates offers a prediction of the future of additive manufacturing
Todd Grimm
By Todd Grimm President, T.A. Grimm & Associates
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April is additive month here at Manufacturing Engineering magazine, and providing an in-depth state-of-the-industry overview is none other than Terry Wohlers. Additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, has continued to mature over the nearly 35 years since being introduced commercially, he notes. The aerospace, automotive, defense, energy, transportation, medical, dental and consumer products industries are adopting AM for an impressive wide range of applications. With this vast adoption, it has become clear that AM is not a one-size-fits-all solution. Meanwhile, Contributing Editors Kip Hanson and Ilene Wolff look at additive sustainability and the latest 3D printing material and technology, respectively. Making 3D printing sustainable takes more than recyclable materials and energy-efficient lasers, Hanson notes. From service bureaus to equipment providers to environmentally conscious trade associations, additive manufacturing is slowly but steadily going green.

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The April issue of Smart Manufacturing has a particular focus on people: Our first feature looks at the ways recruiters and educators are finding and training the people who will become a new generation of Industry 4.0-savvy workers. In our 'Healthcare 4.0' feature, the ways that the healthcare industry is using the techniques we're familiar with as smart manufacturing to improve outcomes for patients: That industry's methods have parallels and lessons for the manufacturing industry. And the top feature in our Voices AMplified section takes a close look at how additive in particular is revolutionizing healthcare. Speaking of additive, another feature looks at what smart manufacturers should look for when purchasing 3D printers.

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