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HP Showcases growth in high-volume 3D printing deployments and breakthrough applications for manufacturing  

Today at the HP Innovation Summit in Barcelona, Spain, HP announced expanded installations of its HP Jet Fusion 3D printing solutions with digital manufacturing innovators Protolabs, Materialise, and ZiggZagg. As a leader in helping the world take advantage of digital technologies in the 4th Industrial Revolution, HP also showcased its …

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Digital Molding: 3D Systems ushers in new era of manufacturing with Figure 4 Production

As an industry, additive manufacturing (AM) is seeking to disrupt industrial production practices that have been dominated by injection molding for over a century. Today, we are closer than ever to that reality: sophisticated 3D printing technologies are proving to be a viable means for fulfilling new manufacturing philosophies centered …

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Reuters: General Motors to use 3D printing for production of cheaper, lighter car parts

Reuters, one the leading news agencies in the world, is reporting that General Motors is working with Autodesk to manufacture new, lightweight 3D printed parts that could help the automaker meet its goals to add alternative-fuel vehicles to its product lineup. Surprisingly the issue of vehicle light-weighting practices through AM and their …

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GE’s Additive Technology Center in Ohio uses 90 metal 3D printers to make aircraft parts

Additive Technology Center

GE’s Additive Technology Center – or ATC – is located along Interstate 75, near Cincinnati, in Ohio. From the outside, the building looks like many of the low, gray boxes in this industrial area. But step inside it houses the world’s largest and most advanced 3D printing facility and development …

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Titomic Kinetic Fusion can 3D print industrial scale titanium parts up to 20 times faster than DED

Titomic Kinetic Fusion

Every major system manufacturer and adopter is working on innovations that could make current DED and metal PBF technologies able to deliver larger parts at lower costs. Australia based Titomic already has that capability and is instead working on getting the word out on its Titomic kinetic fusion technology, which …

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Jabil Additive Manufacturing Network realizes distributed manufacturing vision

Jabil has introduced the Jabil Additive Manufacturing Network to drive greater manufacturing speed and agility while helping customers improve how they design, make and deliver products. A major milestone in Jabil’s digital transformation journey, this unique cloud network empowers customers to move manufacturing workloads to regions and into markets that make …

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Ford installs two Model One composite 3D printers from Impossible Objects

Ford recently purchased two Impossible Objects “Model One” composite 3D printing machines to be used by the company for research and development. This the latest in a series of announcements for Impossible Objects in recent months. The company raised $6.4 million in Series A funding from leading investors in October 2017. …

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