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An April Additive Manufacturing Odyssey: RAPID + TCT 2018
A recap of the RAPID + TCT 2018 conference.
Additive Manufacturing Users Group Announces New Board
In vote of confidence, Additive Manufacturing Users Group members reelect board for subsequent term.
Editor’s Picks: April 19-25, 2018
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
3D Printing Powder Market to Grow 20.3%
According to a new report from Transparency Market Research, North America is largest part of the 3D printing powder material market, with 38% of global demand.
GE Additive Signs New Customers, Partnerships
GE Additive announced a slate of new partnerships aimed at advancing he company’s additive manufacturing business.
AM Industry Faces Materials Challenges
When creating production parts using additive manufacturing (AM) processes, the industry lacks the material data needed to ensure consistent results – and may need to take a new approach to understanding how materials work in a 3D print environment.
GE Additive Goes Big in Laser Powder
Designed for aerospace applications, the device will be able to print in a build envelop of 1 meter cubed (1000 x 1000 x 1000mm).
GE Picks 400-plus Schools to Receive 3D Printers
A 3D printer package for primary and secondary schools includes Polar 3D and XYZprinting printers.
Big Business Gets Additive Manufacturing
The latest firsts in 3D printing are emerging out of R&D labs and being made by big businesses.



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