Can US Boost Manufacturing 25% By 2025?

Industry Week: A new McKinsey report predicts that manufacturing GDP would climb to $3 trillion in real terms by 2025-a boost of some $530 billion, or 20%, above the current trend.

Techniplas Expands its Open Innovation Program With Grupo Sicnova, a Recognized Provider of Industrial Large Format 3D Printers

Techniplas will be provided with the opportunity to expand its capabilities range, which evolves the company from a traditional manufacturer of jigs and tools, to a functional part manufacturer for larger prototypes.

Things You Didn't Know About 3D Printing

There are advances happening every day with 3D printing, such as medical solutions, shoes and other apparel, houses and even food. 3D Printing has quickly changed our way of living with its unexpected uses.

GE Additive acquires GeonX to strengthen software simulation capabilities

• GeonX is a privately-owned software company • Specialist simulation software improves additive manufacturing processes and minimize development costs

Materialise and SYNNEX Deliver All-in-One 3D Printing Package for Large Scale Manufacturing

Special package bundles Materialise software with HP printers for streamlined procurement and operation.

Optomec Demonstrates Production 3D Printing Technology at Printed Electronics USA Conference

Aerosol Jet 3D printing systems are used for a wide array of printed electronics applications from R&D to high volume manufacturing.

SABIC Debuts Tough High-Impact LEXAN™ EXL Filament for Fused Deposition Modeling at Formnext 2017

New Product Is the First in an Upcoming Series of Differentiated Materials to Help Expand the Application Space for Additive Manufacturing

Xometry Launches Injection Molding Services

The On-Demand Manufacturing Platform Expands Production Capabilities By Adding Plastic Injection Molding

Materialise and Simufact Introduce Simulation for Metal AM Workflow

The combination of Simufact's simulation expertise with Materialise's full process AM expertise results in a straightforward workflow for Magics users who want to apply simulation within their process.

Stratasys Sets New Standard in Voxel-Controlled 3D Printing with New GrabCAD Voxel Print - Forging a Breakthrough Approach to Research and Discovery

• New software solution combines the power of multi-material 3D printing with true voxel-level control enabling users to create advanced structures, gradient color patterns, internal properties and textures to fit precise material requirements • Solution unlocks new world of innovation for Research, Development, Biomedical Modeling, and Product Design • See how Stratasys Technology is used by LAIKA and Singapore University

Stratasys and e-Xstream Engineering Cooperate to Offer Customers Predictive Simulation Tools for Improved Process, Material and Part Performance

• Collaboration aims to enable appropriate mechanical properties and faithful part functionality to deliver 'print right, first time' capability - supporting improved cost and time efficiencies for customers • Customers also set to benefit from increased material understanding and greater dimensional accuracy of 3D printed parts

EnvisionTEC Unveils Two Production-Ready 3D Printers at formnext 2017

-The Perfactory 4 LED XXL will maintain EnvisionTEC's leadership offering the market's largest DLP printer -The new Vida cDLM expands EnvisionTEC's family of high-speed continuous printers to three models -Both new printers are ideal for direct printing of final end-use parts, investment casting patterns, medical devices, prototypes and more. -Visit EnvisionTEC at formnext 2017, Hall 3.1, Stand E10

Optomec Showcases Industry's Only 3D Metal Hybrid Controlled Atmosphere System at FormNext

New LENS System Enables Affordable Additive & Subtractive Processing of Reactive Metals

BigRep and BASF finalizing negotiations over strategic alliance for industrial 3D printing materials

Upon successful finalization, BASF will become a preferred material and application development partner for BigRep, while BigRep will continue to develop advanced equipment and software solutions ready for integration into digital manufacturing environments.

GE Additive unveils first BETA machine from its Project Atlas program

Bringing scalable, customizable innovation to additive manufacturing • Scalable, meter-class, laser powder-bed fusion BETA machine represents significant innovation breakthrough for metal powder additive manufacturing sector • Built to allow manufacturers of large parts and components configure and customize to their own unique requirements • Developed in just nine months as part of Project A.T.L.A.S innovation program, machines to be manufactured in Lichtenfels, Germany and Cincinnati, Ohio

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