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Published: 6/1/2018

New Powerhouse Emerges In Additive Manufacturing
Jabil, an international force in manufacturing, software and services, has launched a global network of additive-manufacturing services.

Published: 5/10/2018

Leistritz Pushes ‘Technology Envelope’ In NPE2018 Display
Compounding machinery supplier does not limit its display just to its core business, showcasing solutions for emerging and even embryonic technologies as well.

Published: 5/9/2018

3D-Printed Conformal Cooling Backed by Linear AMS Expertise
The company has years of expertise as both a tool builder and injection molder to support additive manufacturing of conformal cooled mold inserts. 

Published: 5/8/2018

NPE2018 New Technology Focus: 3D Printing Materials & Applications
Materials developments churning for burgeoning additive manufacturing market.

Published: 5/7/2018

Functional Products 3D Printed with Carbon's Digital Light Synthesis
Digital Light Synthesis (DLS) 3D printing provides injection-molding-quality parts without tooling. Products from Adidas and Vitamix illustrate its benefits. 

Published: 4/27/2018

‘Digital Manufacturing’ Evolves from Prototyping to ‘On-Demand’ Short Runs
Protolabs has built a business on speed. Today its “digital manufacturing” model is accelerating from rapid prototypes and first-run production parts to “on-demand” short-run manufacturing.

Published: 3/30/2018

New Software Collaborations Advance CAD for 3D Printing
HP and 3D Systems are working with SolidWorks to optimize CAD modeling for 3D printing.

Published: 3/30/2018

Additive Manufacturing at NPE2018: Lots of Prototyping…and Some Manufacturing Too
As a growing industry, there will be lots of ‘firsts’ at NPE, including a new zone and workshop.

Published: 3/2/2018

GW Plastics Bets on Metal 3D Printing
Conformal cooling is goal of big investment at U.S. mold facility.

Published: 2/18/2018

New Software Collaborations Advance CAD for 3D Printing
SolidWorks is working with HP on computer modeling of the Multi Jet Fusion process and with 3D Systems to optimize designs for plastic and metal printing without STL conversion.