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NCDMM Launches V4 Institute

The National Center for Defense Manufacturing and Machining 's V4 Institute provides advanced assurance in product design and manufacturing through virtual verification, validation and visualization.

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Safran Works with Betatype in Part Production Program

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By employing the technical advantages of 3D printing, Betatype could improve the design of the housing by focusing on various key areas: improved strength, increased stiffness and a reduction in overall weight. 

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Additive Manufacturing Invades IMTS

There is no doubt that additive manufacturing has moved beyond the incredible benefits it adds to prototyping and tooling, and into production. However, significant challenges remain before it can earn the mass production moniker.

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Metal Additive Manufacturing Market Heats Up

Desktop Metal’s Studio System claims to be up to 10 times cheaper than comparable laser-based 3D printers. Image courtesy of Desktop Metal.

From new cold spray deposition methods to innovations in extrusion processes, advances in metal additive manufacturing address long-standing limitations related to cost, safety and time to print.

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CI Releases Carbon Fiber Material for AM Systems

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New carbon fiber resin for Cincinnati Incorporated’s SAAM (small area additive manufacturing) provides high strength-to-weight ratio, surface finishes for custom tooling and fixture applications.

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