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Nikon Invests in Hybrid Manufacturing Technologies Global
HMT can upgrade existing vertical platforms to enable additive and subtractive machining capabilities in one system.
Optomec Unveils Larger/More Powerful LENS System and Intriguing Magnesium Application
The LENS 860 system, with its AM or hybrid AM/CNC metal versions, brings new industrial power; an existing version has already supported developments in dissolvable implant design.
XJet NanoParticle Jetting AM System Now Operating in U.S.
XJet is staffed with many veterans of Objet Geometries, developers of PolyJet AM technology (now owned and marketed by Stratasys).
Designing for the Future of Manufacturing
Are you ready to combine additive, subtractive and other manufacturing functions in a single build?
Hybrid 3D Printing: What You Need to Know Now
Long-time technology rivals subtractive and additive manufacturing now partner to enable design engineers to break through traditional constraints.
3D Printing’s New Materials, Part 2: Metal
Metal materials and systems offer ever-increasing choices for additive manufacturing of one-off parts or hundreds of custom pieces.


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CCE Updates its CAD Interoperability Toolkits
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