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MxD Awarded $15 Million to Boost U.S. Manufacturing’s COVID Response
CARES Act Funding will support supply chain resiliency, medical device deployment and pharmaceutical industry production.
VELO3D Unveils Sapphire XC, Large-Format 3D Metal Printer
The company also announced plans to roll-out Sapphire Gen 2, which will be a software and hardware upgrade to the current system.
EOS and Ansys Debut Additive Manufacturing Workflow
Collaboration said to speed part design, reduces production costs, increases productivity for aerospace, oil and gas and many other industries.
Additive Manufacturer Green Trade Association Announces New Members
Twelve companies from eight countries commit to promote sustainability in AM.
Eaton Launches Metal 3D Printing Program
A global deployment of 3D polymer printing technology is slated to be completed by first quarter 2021.
Department of Defense Bestows Multi-Million Dollar Award on Desktop Metal
The award will fund the development of a cost-effective additive manufacturing process to manufacture Cobalt-free hardmetals into complex, net or near-net shaped parts without the use of any tooling.
AM’s Role in Future-Proofing the Supply Chain
A virtual panel wades in on how AM can help manufacturers add business resiliency to their supply chains while delivering competitive advantage.
Supersonic Aircraft Includes 3D-Printed Parts
Boom Supersonic XB-1 will fly with 21 Titanium 3D-printed parts, including critical engine components.
SMARTTECH3D Premieres New 3d Scanner
The new scanner is capturing precise information about the geometries with automatic edge sharpness representation and noise reduction.
Roots of Rural Tech
The Commonwealth of Virginia is investing to keep future generations close to their roots.
MakerBot Releases Report on Trends in 3D Printing and STEAM Education
Report underscores the use of 3D printing as a learning tool to drive engagement with students and help them develop critical thinking and design thinking skills.
Prodways Group Enhances 3D Printers With new Features
For the 2021 update of the range, Prodways Group is introducing 3D Super-Resolution in its machines, a new generation of 3D algorithms allowing an improved aesthetic rendering.
Wabtec Named as Tenant for Pittsburgh’s Additive Hub at Neighborhood 91
Neighborhood 91 is a development that condenses and connects all components of the additive manufacturing and 3D printing supply chain into one production ecosystem.
Global HP Study Finds Digital Manufacturing Helps Drive Economic Growth
3D printing, innovation and supply chain resiliency more important than ever, say manufacturing decision makers.
NCDMM and CST Given $9.4M for New Additive Manufacturing Program in Ohio 
MAAM program aims to commercialize large additive manufacturing machine for production of large parts for industrial and defense usage.



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