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Published: 11/19/2018

LM Industries Accelerating 3D-Printed Vehicles
LM Industries’ subsidiary Local Motors is reinventing traditional auto manufacturing as the original gold standard for 3D-printed vehicles.

Published: 11/16/2018

Boeing and Thermwood
The Boeing Co. (Chicago, IL, US) and Thermwood Corp. (Dale, IN, US) have employed additive manufacturing technology to produce a large, single-piece tool for the 777X program.

Published: 11/5/2018

Kodak’s Imaging Science Partners with Evolve Additive Solutions
Companies to scale production capabilities and speed of additive manufacturing with electrophotographic technology.

Published: 11/1/2018

Continuous Fiber Manufacturing blurs the line between 3D printing and AFP
Continuous fiber manufacturing (CFM) is a 3D printing/continuous fiber deposition process patented by moi composites.

Published: 10/31/2018

3D Printing, Silicon Valley Style
Carbon’s technology seeks to disrupt the 3D-printing industry for good.  

Published: 10/20/2018

Additive Manufacturing in the Turning Shop
Additive manufacturing will not be replacing turning operations any time soon, but the two processes can complement one another.

Published: 10/17/2018

Carbon Adds Injection Molders And Urethane Casters Into Expanding Network Of Partners
The Carbon Production Network now includes more than 20 U.S. partners and is rapidly growing.

Published: 10/8/2018

CAMX 2018 preview: Thermwood
Thermwood (Dale, IN, US) is featuring a mold fabricated using its new Large Scale Additive Manufacturing (LSAM) system, which can perform additive and subtractive manufacturing functions on the same machine.

Published: 10/8/2018

CAMX 2018: Exhibit previews
If you are headed to CAMX 2018 Oct. 15-18 in Dallas, TX, you can catch a glimpse of some of the products and technologies you are likely to find on the exhibit hall floor. 

Published: 9/13/2018

CAMX 2018 preview: Hexcel
Hexcel (Stamford, CT, US) is featuring one of it newest technologies, HexAM additive manufacturing technology, which combines high-performance PEKK thermoplastics with carbon fiber to produce flight-ready 3D printed HexPEKK parts.