3D printing Master Class: How to get the look without the cost

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Additive manufacturing moves beyond the “cool” phase

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A look at the future of additive from the AMUG Conference

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7 news ways you’ll 3D print parts in 2017

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Master Class: Chuck Hull on the 3D printing industry

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7 news ways you’ll 3D print parts in 2017

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LUXeXceL’s 3D printing process for optics is an alternative to injection molding

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Get the latest 3D printing developments at the AMUG and RAPID Conferencess

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For the professional user of additive manufacturing systems, there are two key conferences. This year, the first one up is The Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) Education & Training Conference , which will be held in Jacksonville, Florida, from April 19 – 23, 2015.

How to insure a design is 3D printable

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As 3D printing / additive manufacturing becomes a more accepted every day industrial tool, the focus is turning to best practices that help smooth out the kinks in preparing parts for the additive build. By Leslie Langnau, Managing Editor. –Think differently.

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New 3D printing technique–Build parts through software controlled chemical reactions

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With 3D printing materials, knowledge is power

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This composite material suits parts that need thermal stability, accuracy and that can be turned around quickly, such as those developed for the aerospace and automotive industries. The more you know about available materials, the easier it will be to get the final build results you seek.

Tips for improving 3D printing workflows

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Is Spark the answer to faster, easier 3D printing?

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Innovative service providers emerging as key trend in 3D printing

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Additive manufacturing—after the hype

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3D printing and scanning movie expert headlines RAPID keynote lineup

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I’ve seen Jason Lopes, lead systems engineer for Legacy Effects, speak at AMUG for the past couple of years. His presentations are not to be missed.

AMUG 2016—a unique opportunity to learn and connect

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Most conferences and shows about 3D printing / additive manufacturing (3DP/AM) focus on giving vendors an opportunity to reach potential customers. The Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) Education & Training Conference is different.

Why 3D printed lattices could replace foam

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Polyurethane foam chemistry is used in many applications across industry verticals such as automotive, packaging, construction, electronics, bedding, and furniture.

Is it Time to Think Differently about 3D Printing?

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One of the key findings of the survey was that the majority of respondents—currently working in the aerospace, automotive, consumer, and medical sectors—indicated they “strongly believe that more end-use parts will be designed specifically for additive manufacturing in the future.”.