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3D Metal Printing Mobile App Delivers the Latest on Metal AM

Monday, July 24, 2017
3D Metal Printing magazine’s mobile app, 3D Metal Printing, brings the latest in metal additive-manufacturing (AM) news directly to readers’ smart phones and tablets. The app is available for free through the Apple AppStore and Google Play, and features magazine articles, industry news, conference registration and more from 3D Metal Printing.

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ASTM International Honors CalRam’s Collins with AM-Standardization Award

Thursday, July 20, 2017

The American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM International) has honored Shane Collins, director of additive-manufacturing (AM) technologies at CalRam, Inc., Camarillo, CA, with the Robert J. Painter Award. The award recognizes Collins’ leadership in the industry, specifically his efforts in advancing voluntary standardization for AM technologies.

An ASTM International member since 2009, Collins holds a bachelor’s degree in Management from Purdue University. He previously served as a product manager with 3D Systems, sales manager with EOS of North America, managing director with Directed Manufacturing and director of program management with Oxford Performance Materials.

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Concurrent Technologies Corp. Adds Metal-AM Equipment

Friday, July 14, 2017
Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC), Johnstown, PA, has invested $1.2 million in new 3D metal-printing equipment: a VRC Metal Systems Gen III Max cold-spray machine, and an AMBIT Hybrid additive-manufacturing multitask system (laser-cladding heads installed in a Haas VF 11 five-axis milling machine). The new equipment joins the company’s existing SLM 280HL laser powder-bed machine. “The Gen III Max consumes a small 3- by 5-ft. area and is on wheels, enabling versatility and easy mobility for production, repair or in-the-field applications,” says Ken Sabo, senior director, additive manufacturing and materials at CTC. “It can be manually or robotically operated, making it the system of choice for many repair and obsolescence applications. “We can use cold spray to repair expensive and hard-to-acquire components on structures such as military aircraft, vehicles, and even submarines that would otherwise be scrapped.” CTC engineers will use the hybrid machine to employ a cladding process and build new geometry before switching to a milling operation for part finishing. The working envelope measures 120 by 40 by 30 in. Learn more at

Markforged Appoints Eubanks as Chief Revenue Officer

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Markforged, developer of technology that allows the manufacture of carbon-fiber and metal parts via cloud-managed 3D printers, announced the appointment of Jason Eubanks as the company’s chief revenue officer. The appointment comes as the company states revenue growth of more than 300 percent year over year after the introduction of a metal 3D printer. 

Prior to joining Markforged, Eubanks was global vice president of sales, services and alliances at Twilio, a developer of software-embedded communications.

“Jason’s experience with delivering hypergrowth, industry disruption and customer-focused product innovation make him a compelling addition to the team at Markforged,” says Greg Mark, CEO of Markforged. “Jason will be an integral part of our ability to continue to grow on a global scale. We are fortunate to have him.”

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WeAre Group and Tekna to Collaborate on AM-Powder Manufacturing

Friday, July 7, 2017
The WeAre Group and Tekna Plasma Systems, Inc. have agreed to create an additive-manufacturing (AM) powder-manufacturing company in France. The agreement allows WeAre Group to secure a powder supplier for its AM activities, while consolidating Tekna’s position in the aerospace market. The production facilities will benefit from Tekna Europe’s existing industrial facilities in France. 

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