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Published: 11/16/2018

Plural Additive Manufacturing Partners with Trak Machine Tools
The additive and subtractive manufacturing businesses are uniting for increased service and expansion in the United States.

Published: 11/14/2018

Thermwood and US Navy explore additive manufacturing for ships and ship systems
The validation program centered on printing an unclassified scale nose of a submarine using Thermwood’s Large Scale Additive Manufacturing (LSAM) system.

Published: 11/11/2018

Larger Freeformer from Arburg Can Print Three Materials
It can build parts 50% larger and in hard-soft combinations with a support material.

Published: 11/5/2018

TU Dresden 3D prints multifunctional continuous fiber composites
And tests generative manufacturing technologies for integrating these into multi-material lightweight structures.

Published: 10/29/2018

Unique 3D-Printed Shock Absorber
Recently showcased by Covestro, this part is printed in three materials using three different processes and boasts a high degree of functionality.

Published: 10/25/2018

Renishaw, Altair Deepen Partnership for Additive Design, Manufacturing
The two teams will offer joint seminars, workshops and training events that demonstrate metal AM production from powder to part, with emphasis placed on throughput and machine productivity.

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: 10/10/2018

Boeing partners with Thermwood on 3D printed tool for 777X
The tool was printed as a single piece from 20% carbon fiber reinforced ABS using the Vertical Layer Print system.

Published: 9/27/2018

BeAM Applying CGTech's AM Verification Technology
BeAM, a manufacturer of powder-based directed energy deposition (DED) technology based in Cincinnati, Ohio, is partnering with CGTech to use its Vericut toolpath-simulation software’s Additive module in its equipment.

Published: 9/24/2018

MMS Columnist Receives Engineering Design Awards at ASME
Tim Simpson received two awards for his contributions as a researcher in the field of engineering design optimization.