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May 2, 2018

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3D Metal Printing - Monthly Newsletter
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3D Printed Bridge Scheduled for Installation in The Netherlands
First announced in June 2015: a fully functional 3D-printed stainless-steel bridge, measuring 41 ft. long, 20 ft., 8 in. wide, and weighing nearly 5 tons, and set for installation in 2019. It will span Oudezijds Achterburgwal, one of Amsterdam's most historic canals, and shows that "3D printing is entering the world of large-scale, functional objects," says its designer. Read more.


Different, From Start to Finish
This manufacturer, headed by a 25-yr. additive-manufacturing (AM) veteran, has embraced sustainability and a unique blend of processes, as well as a tumble-finishing technology resulting in significantly reduced post-processing time. Read more.
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Premium Aerotec Acquires APWorks
Boeing Invests in 3D Startup
Sciaky Delivers First EBAM System to Asia-Pacific
Singapore Agreement Targets Maritime Applications for Additive Manufacturing
 
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Stratasys Launches Certification Program while MIT and Boeing Collaborate on Online AM Course
Stratasys Ltd., with operations in Minneapolis, MN, and Rehovot, Israel, has launched an industry certification program in North America, designed to bridge the AM skills gap. Developed in conjunction with a consortium of colleges and universities, the program aims to enable students to secure accelerated additive manufacturing credentials to improve employability and workforce readiness. Read more.

Meanwhile, Additive Manufacturing (AM) for Innovative Design and Production, an online course for professionals, and the result of an MIT-Boeing collaboration, has been launched. The offering explores the transformational capabilities of AM in the design, production and service of products, and investigates its implications in restructuring production workflows and lowering manufacturing costs. Geared toward industry professionals, the new course teaches skills for implementing AM in organizations. Read more.


Video: How Kallista Is Changing the Rules of Design with Metal AM


Check out how this designer and provider of luxury kitchen and bath products, and subsidiary of Kohler Co., uses 3D Systems' ProX DMP 320 metal-AM system to produce state-of-the-art faucets.

Register Now—Mexico Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing Conference
June 20-21, Queretaro, Mexico
Attendees of this event will interact directly with industry experts and learn about the latest technology developments in 3D printing. Learn more about the event and register.

3D Metal Printing Experience and Tech Tour
August 8-9, Pittsburgh, PA
This event will provide opportunities to learn about the latest technologies and case-study applications. Attendees also will have the opportunity to participate in exclusive plant tours at the GE Additive Customer Experience Center, and the Carnegie Mellon NextManufacturing Center, to engage with company representatives and to view 3D metal-printing machines in action. Learn more about the event and register.
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