Plural Additive Manufacturing Opens New Facility in Oregon

Delivers up to 50% savings on low-volume plastic parts and prototypes to companies in the United States

New Tools for Human-Machine Collaborative Design

DARPA seeks innovative ideas for harnessing new materials and fabrication methods

Additive Manufacturing Users Group Awards Ten Coveted DINOs

Recipients average nearly 20 years experience in additive manufacturing (3D printing).

World's First 3-D Printed Excavator on Display at CONEXPO-CON/AGG and IFPE

Largest construction show in Western Hemisphere will feature the first use of 3-D printed steel in an excavator designed by engineering students

Latest MapleSim release streamlines user experience

MapleSim 2016 expands modeling scope with contact modeling, pneumatics

RAPID - Additive Manufacturing Experts Headline 2016 RAPID Keynotes

Featuring speakers from NASA, HP Inc. and University of Michigan

Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo in Seoul to Co-locate with RoboUniverse and the Virtual Reality Summit in Association with the Korea International Exhibition Center (KINTEX)

The largest professional 3D printing event worldwide is confirmed to run alongside RoboUniverse and the Virtual Reality Summit at the Korea International Exhibition Center (KINTEX) on June 22-24, 2016.

Innovative NEW ZMorph 2.0 SX Multitool 3D Printer Release Date Revealed

ZMorph 2.0 SX is the latest model of the Multitool 3D Printer from ZMorph, which sets a new standard for 3D printing machines with add-on capability.

Maplesoft is now a SOLIDWORKS® Solutions Partner

Easy integration of Maple and MapleSim CAD Toolbox with SOLIDWORKS

Norsk Titanium and Bosch Rexroth Create Partnership for Next Generation Rapid Plasma Deposition™ Automation and Control

Bosch Rexroth IndraMotion MTX will Power Norsk's MERKE IV™ Line of RPD™ Machines in the World's First Industrial Scale Additive Manufacturing Factory

RAPID - SME and Rapid News Publications Ltd to Partner on RAPID Event Beginning in 2017

The two organizations are combining their nearly 30 years of insights and experience in accelerating the adoption and advancement of 3D manufacturing technologies and are confident that the new event, to be renamed RAPID + TCT, will result in an increased impact on the U.S. manufacturing industry.

Optomec Metal Additive Manufacturing Technology Showcased by Viwa at EXPOMAQ

Hybrid System offers the best in additive/subtractive technology at an affordable price

America Makes and ANSI Kick-Off Additive Manufacturing Standardization Collaborative

Participation Invited for Working Groups; Input Sought on Standards and Specs

SME's Advanced Manufacturing Media Launches Advanced Manufacturing Now Podcast

Advanced Manufacturing Now is available in the iTunes store and listeners can also download episodes or subscribe at AdvancedManufacturingNow.com.

NVBOTS Announces General Availability for NVPro - The Complete 3D Printing Solution

World's First End-to-End 3D Printing Solution Offers Patented Automated Part Removal and Cloud Connectivity

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