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5 Ways Biden’s AM Forward Strategy Will Grow 3D Printing in the US

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On May 6, 2022, President Joe Biden paid a visit to United Performance Metals in Hamilton, Ohio, where he announced the launch of a new federal 3D printing program dubbed Additive Manufacturing (AM) Forward. While there are a lot of issues fought over in U.S. government, this topic is one that will likely receive bipartisan support. This is due to the fact that it encourages job growth in the nation, as well as promotes U.S. military interests through AM Forward’s initial participant companies: GE Aviation, Honeywell, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon and Siemens Energy.

In turn, we can expect a number of developments to emerge in the AM sector as a result of this program—just as we saw with the establishment of Manufacturing USA and America Makes under President Obama. Here are just five of the ways AM Forward will impact the national 3D printing market:

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