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It’s not over until the FAT

The Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) is where the rubber meets the road, as the customer determines if they are willing to accept the machine from the supplier. A FAT process…

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A 2020 View of Metal Additive Manufacturing

Yes, the title is ironic. No view of the future is 20/20, especially ours, although John has been eyeing some 3D printed custom Titanium frames to help sharpen the outlook….

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3D Printing Is Ready for Manufacturing Primetime—Are We?

When the World Economic Forum reported that the value to society and industry of digital transformation across industries could exceed $100 trillion—yes, trillion—by 2025, we knew that wouldn’t happen without…

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Which 3D printer is a solution for both prototyping and research?

Looking for a 3D printer for prototyping or research, it may seem that there are many solutions on the market. However, when we narrow down our searches to more precise…

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The Adidas Speedfactory, a hyped-up failure or a supply chain success?

Image Credit, Adidas With the announcement that Adidas will be shutting down its much-hyped USA and Germany Speedfactories, highly automated production plants driven by robotics and 3D printing, and relocating…

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Formnext 2019: A lot of new players, but where is the business value?

As the end of the year approaches, the additive manufacturing industry gathers in Frankfurt for the biggest event of the year: Formnext. For a week in November, the entire world…

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Vesconite Bearings Introduces Standard 3D Printer Bushings as Stock Items

The manufacturer of low-friction polymers Vesconite Hilube and Superlube has introduced 3D printer bushings as stock items. 3D Printer users can replace bronze bushings or linear ball bearings with self-lubricating…

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Sustainability in Additive Manufacturing?

2019 has been the year of environmental sustainability, with global protests and increased political and social focus. The additive manufacturing industry isn’t an exception; sustainability is on the agenda. But…

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Why Anodizing Machined Parts is Important for Electronics Manufacturers

The practice of anodizing — a form of electrolytic passivation that thickens the oxidized outer layer of a metal part — has existed for around a hundred years. Most widely…

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