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November 2017

Wednesday, November 1, 2017
 
3D Metal Printing - Monthly Newsletter
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United Technologies Corp. Commits to 3D Printing
United Technologies Corp. announced that its newly renovated and expanded $60 million, 185,000-sq.-ft. research center in East Hartford, CT, includes a focus on 3D metal printing, specifically the repair of machines and jet engines, as well as a process for printing magnetic material for aerospace applications.

"We're reinventing old technologies, coming up with new technologies, and seeking to bring in the next generation of talent," says David Parekh, corporate vice president for research and director of the United Technologies Research Center, describing the expansion and focus on additive manufacturing.

 



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Renishaw's Innovation Fest Highlights AM Advancements
GKN and GE Additive Sign MoU for Additive Manufacturing Collaboration
President's "E" Award Goes to Skiaky
EOS/Hartwig Partnership Expands AM Equipment Distribution
 
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Global 3D CAD Software Market Growing to 2025
The global 3D CAD software market is expected to grow at a 5.8-percent compounded annual rate through 2024, and reach $13.12 billion by 2025. This, according to the 3D CAD Software Market report by Research and Markets. The report also forecasts that the Asia Pacific 3D CAD software market will emerge as the fastest-growing regional market.


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Educating AM Customers--Concurrent Technologies Corporation's additive-manufacturing (AM) operations focuses on developing engineered AM solutions for customers, but only after teaching them how to specify, design and purchase 3D metal-printed parts.
TCT Recap--The 2017 edition of this 3D-printing event, held annually in Birmingham, United Kingdom, had plenty to offer for fans of metal additive manufacturing.
 
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