Additive Manufacturing

NOV 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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NOVEMBER 2018 Additive Manufacturing 2 BUYER'S GUIDE 24 Supplier Directory 28 Suppliers by Product Type FEATURES 16 A Public-Private Partnership Aims to Save Additive from Itself Overwhelming process variables for metal AM processes are derailing AM's adoption for critical parts in aerospace. Colorado's ADAPT Center—and its growing cache of data—is seeking common ground. By Brent Donaldson 20 Embedded Service as a Model for Delivering AM PSMI manages ordering and inventory of tooling and MRO supplies for major manufacturers. Installing 3D printers within those customer sites offers an entirely different way to service this demand. By Peter Zelinski 64 Fast-Tracking the Supply Chain Catalysis Additive Tooling is building a one-stop supply chain for production quantities ranging from one to one million. 3D-printed tooling and relationships are key. By Stephanie Hendrixson IN EVERY ISSUE Something to Add 6 Technology Review 68 Ad Index 71 Check This Out 72 Smartforce 9 AMT News 10 MFG Advocate 12 November 2018 Vol. 7 No. 6 16 64 20 ABOUT THE COVER: Adam Papilion and Heidi Hostetter are, respectively, director of operations and CEO of H2 Manufacturing Solutions, a consulting service for advanced manufacturing located in Denver, Colorado. Hostetter is well known in Colorado for her political acumen for advancing AM, and was instrumental in the founding of the ADAPT Center. The center was established in 2015 to address the data challenges in additive manufacturing. Additive Manufacturing is a registered trademark of Gardner Business Media, Inc. @AddMfgMedia

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