Additive Industries and ArcelorMittal 3D print large scale spare parts for steelmaking operations

3D Printing Industry

Kersten Harry Kleijnen Jose López Fresno MetalFab1Metal PBF system manufacturer Additive Industries has teamed up with steelmaking company ArcelorMittal to push large-scale spare part printing in the steel industry. With the use of Additive Industries’ 4-laser 3D metal printing system, the MetalFAB1, ArcelorMittal has produced on-demand, end-use spare parts for its facilities with a focus on large and intricate components in […].

Employee Spotlight: Julie Reid

DASI Solutions

We have offices in San Diego, Fresno and Sacramento. DASI Life What is your role at DASI? I am the California Solutions Manager. How long have you been working at DASI?

Don’t Miss the SOLIDWORKS Largest User Group Meeting Ever 2017

The Solidworks Blog

Fresno, CA. Last year Todd Blacksher proposed something unusual for the SOLIDWORKS User Group Network: The SOLIDWORKS Largest User Group Meeting Ever, or SLUGME.

Nearly Half Of US Jobs Could Be Replaced By Machines

Design 2 Part News

Fresno, California, takes the top spot, with 53.8 By Katie Mohr, A recent study by the Oxford Martin School and Citi , with OECD data from the World Bank, found that an average of 57 percent of workers around the world are at risk of being replaced by automation.

Betts Company Diversifies and Treats Customers like ‘Partners’

Design 2 Part News

Based in Fresno, Calif., Betts graduated from the University of Colorado, Leeds School of Business, and recently earned an MBA from Craig School of Business, California State University in Fresno. By Rebecca Carnes, Design-2-Part Magazine.

WESTEC Returns to Los Angeles with a Focus on the Future of Manufacturing Technology and the Workforce

Additive Manufacturing

Join Blake Koncza l , executive director of the Fresno Regional Workforce Development Board, as he discusses how manufacturers can take advantage of the new initiative to develop a highly skilled, technically-trained workforce. Los Angeles, Aug.

After decades of pushing bachelor’s degrees, U.S. needs more…

Design 2 Part News

Residents who have watched manufacturing companies relocate overseas may have not wanted to encourage their children to learn manufacturing-related skills, said Sam Geil, a Fresno, California, business consultant and adviser to the San Joaquin Valley Manufacturing Alliance. “After decades of pushing bachelor’s degrees, U.S. needs more tradespeople” By Matt Krupnick, The Hechinger Report. FONTANA, Calif. —