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Additive Manufacturing is the new publication devoted to the use of additive technology for making functional parts. Read current and past issues by visiting our digital library. more (+)

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Video: Additive Manufacturing of Metal Matrix Composites for High-Hardness Parts
Modern Machine Shop

Combining a ductile phase with a hard phase in a single build generates hard ferrous parts without cracking. Possibilities now include additive manufacturing of cutting tools, dies, bearings and downhole hardware.

3D Printer Shortens Injection Mold Lead Times
MoldMaking Technology

The Objet350 Connex multi-material 3D printer from Stratasys can be used to produce injection molds for prototype parts, and one manufacturer said doing so has enabled it to slash its overall tooling production lead times by as much as 97 percent.

Now Available: Additive Manufacturing September 2014 Digital Edition
Modern Machine Shop

Stories describe possibilities for mold insert repair, plus a look at how 3D printing contributes to the success and figures into the philosophy of a forward-looking machining business.

Metal Additive Manufacturing for Parts up to 7 Feet Tall
Modern Machine Shop

Sample part in Inconel 625 challenges the size constraint usually associated with powder-based metal additive manufacturing.

Video: Racing Engine Oil Pump Gear Produced through Additive Manufacturing
Modern Machine Shop

High complexity and low quantity made this critical part a candidate for 3D printing.

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Additive Manufacturing

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A new quarterly supplement covers technologies that build complex components layer by layer. Serving readers of MoldMaking Technology and Modern Machine Shop magazines, ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING focuses on the use of additive technologies to make functional products such as mold tooling and end-use production parts. To subscribe to this supplement, visit the subscription page using the "Subscribe" link above.


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