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Published: 10/24/2018

UMaine Composites Center receives $500,000 to help boat builders incorporate 3D printing technology
Technology cluster will help Maine boatbuilders explore how large-scale 3D printing with wood plastic composites can provide a competitive advantage. 

Published: 9/4/2018

AMRC to add ultrasonic assisted machine tool
New composite machine tool will be the first of its size to be fitted with an ultrasonic-capable spindle for use in five-axis machining applications.

Published: 6/4/2018

Innovate UK backs Oxford-based automated composite tooling company
Mouldbox has received a grant from the UK innovation agency to develop their machine learning platform and design-to-product composite tooling service. 

Published: 4/20/2018

Tooling Tech Group acquires Century Tool
Century Tool acquisition makes Tooling Tech Group the largest North American tooling provider.

Published: 2/19/2018

Moldex takes stake in MCT Engineering
Moldex Composites, the advanced composites division of Rockman Industries is taking a strategic stake in composites firm MCT Engineering.

Published: 1/29/2018

Ascent Aerospace develops Invar-composite mold material
Ascent Aerospace’s HyVarC is a patent-pending hybrid tooling material comprising Invar and composites.

Published: 12/11/2017

Weber Manufacturing expands, buys huge machine
Weber has recently installed an innovative, high-speed 5 axis machining center, a 2017 DMU 340 P Unimould by DMG Mori (Bielefeld, Germany), the first of its kind in Ontario and just the third such machine in North America.

Published: 3/6/2017

People on the move: March 2017
Here is this month’s people on the move news in the composites industry.

Published: 11/18/2016

Stratasys, Siemens partner to advance AM into volume production
The partnership aims to strengthen and expand the benefits of 3D printing in the manufacturing value chain.

Published: 8/25/2016

Stratasys debuts Robotic Composite and Infinite-Build 3D printers
The company says this new 3D printing technology produces larger, lighter production parts for aerospace and automotive.