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HP Unveils Metal Jet S100 Solution
HP helping customers across medical, industrial, consumer goods and automotive industries scale 3D metals.
Additive Manufacturing Invades IMTS
There is no doubt that additive manufacturing has moved beyond the incredible benefits it adds to prototyping and tooling, and into production. However, significant challenges remain before it can earn the mass production moniker.
Optomec’s LENS Hybrid System Put to Work for Medical Applications
Optomec Lens innovation said to potentially cut the need for second surgeries reducing risks, costs and patient suffering.
3D Systems Extends Software Platform
3D Systems' updated software solutions are said to streamline and scale production workflows, improving productivity and ease-of-use while delivering compelling return on investment (ROI).
Stratasys Deepens Collaboration with Team Penske; Demos New 3D Printers
Racing team Penske taps 3D printing, reveals streamlined prototype and final part production at IMTS 2018 via partnership with Stratasys.
EOS Unveils Its M 300 Series for Digital Industrial AM Production
EOS M 300-4 is part of a new series in the additive manufacturing arena; it's debuting at IMTS in Chicago with features such as configurable, scalable equipment architecture.
3D Systems to Demonstrate Prototyping Solutions at IMTS 2018
At IMTS 2018, 3D Systems will highlight its array of 3d printing offerings.
Identify3D to Show Off Digital Supply Chain Solution at IMTS 2018
Identify3D to showcase its flagship Digital Supply Chain Solution for manufacturers at IMTS 2018.
3D-Hybrid Debuts Automatic Tool Change Solution for Hybrid Manufacturing
The tool makes its debut at IMTS with Takumi USA’s H12 double-column machining center.
IMTS 2016 Showcases Promise
This year’s event brought attention to technology that can refresh manufacturing.
IMTS 2016 Additive Manufacturing Pavilion Showcases Technologies
Exhibitors include EOS, ExOne, 3D Systems, Stratasys and more.
Stratasys Demonstrates 3D Printing in the Digital Thread
Stratasys, Siemens, Boeing and Ford provide a sneak peek at how Fused Deposition Modeling may fit into the factory of the future.
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Reusable Manufacturing Mould Unveiled
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Audi Sport Boosts Design and Production With Help of Ultimaker
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