Additive Manufacturing

SEP 2018

ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING is the magazine devoted to industrial applications of 3D printing and digital layering technology. We cover the promise and the challenges of this technology for making functional tooling and end-use production parts.

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SEPTEMBER 2018 Additive Manufacturing NEWS 10 High resolution parts produced with standard MIM powders . ExOne ® We are Binder Jetting Realize your vision Visit ExOne at IMTS in Chicago, IL from September 10 - 15, 2018 Booth 432308 (West Hall) knowledge sharing across the net- work. The first three MPs to join the network are Burloak Technologies, Carpenter and Protolabs Inc. Colorado Alliance Formed to Advance AM Vartega and the Colorado Cleantech Industries Association (CCIA) have announced the forma- tion of the Advanced Materials and Additive Manufacturing Infrastruc- ture Development and Education (AMIDE) Alliance. The alliance will provide resources for the devel- opment of thermoplastics for AM and create at least three innovation centers in Colorado. Its goal is to create an ecosystem for materials development and testing through investment in equipment and resources. Founding partners of the alliance include Vartega, CCIA, Colorado State University, EWI and The 3D Printing Store. DMG MORI to Relocate U.S. Headquarters In a joint statement with Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel, machine tool and AM machine builder DMG MORI announced its intention to relocate its U.S. headquarters from its cur- rent site in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, to the South Side area of Chicago. The company expects to locate its new headquarters and showroom on or near the campus of the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT). A temporary office is expected to be established on IIT's campus before the end of the year, and the new facility will likely be completed in 2021. The current Hoffman Estates facility will remain in use, serving as the company's National Engineering and Automation Center. Xaar, Stratasys Announce Joint Investment Xaar PLC will invest with Stratasys in a newly formed company, Xaar 3D Limited, to develop 3D printing solutions based on high-speed sin- tering technologies. Xaar provides technology related to high-speed sintering and industrial piezo inkjet

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