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Additive manufacturing developments are happening rapidly and there are many great resources to learn more about this exciting new technology.
The impact of additive manufacturing continues to grow, and the industry will soon change the face of manufacturing, according to Dr. Lonnie Love, corporate fellow at Oak Ridge National Labs.
The market for manufacturing technology may have you on the edge of your seat, but don’t worry the industry is just taking a winter’s nap and will be back up in spring.
September U.S. manufacturing technology orders (USMTO) were up 11 percent compared to August. We did come out of the summer doldrums, like we usually do, but we didn’t do as well when you compare September orders year-over-year.
Normal is an innovative company using 3D printing to mass-produce a personalized product and it’s a revolutionary way of listening to music.
Calling all college students, and anyone who knows a college student: The MTConnect Student Challenge is for you!
NASA and the aerospace industry have been pushing the boundaries of innovative, low-cost manufacturing processes, including metallic joining, additive and digital manufacturing and advanced composites. These advances, and the new business prospects they are driving, are the focus for SpaceCom (the Space Commerce Conference and Exposition), Nov. 17-19 in Houston.
With a state-of-the-art manufacturing lab — the Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute (DMDII) — collaborators can come together to demonstrate existing technologies and their applications, as well as test new and emerging technologies in a safe environment before they reach shop floor integration.
Interview with Dr. Lonnie Love Group Leader - Automation, Robotics & Manufacturing, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Additive manufacturing and 3D printing are game-changers,offering limitless opportunities for new industrial production,and Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) is getting a foothold in the field as a Center of Excellence that can provide flexible,in-demand training for the advanced manufacturing workforce.