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July 9, 2018

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NCMS Spearheads AM Research for Troops
The National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS) has announced plans to establish a manufacturing (AM) innovation center in Aberdeen, MD, focused on next-generation additive manufacturing, materials and processes. The center will spearhead scientific breakthroughs in materials, as well as the launch of new factory machinery for the manufacture of parts for aircraft, automobiles, munitions, medical devices and other military-focused products. The goal is to provide U.S. troops with the most updated platforms and tools available. Read more.

France's Naval Group and Central Nantes 3D Print Full-Scale Propeller Blade
France's naval defense specialist, Naval Group, and the Centrale Nantes engineering school have successfully 3D printed their first full-scale propeller-blade prototype for military applications using the wire arc AM process. The Naval Group and Centrale Nantes team hopes to accelerate the cross-industry adoption of hybrid manufacturing for making large-scale parts on-demand. Read more.

Industry News
RP Platform becomes AMFG, Launches AI
Researchers 3D Print Magnetic Alloys
HP Inc. Expands Its 3D Printing Footprint in China
Aurora Labs Produces First Powder for Use in 3D Metal Printers
New Technology Makes Any 3D Printer a Metal 3D Printer
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Arconic All-In on AM
As maker of the first 3D-printed titanium part installed on a series-production Airbus commercial aircraft, Arconic is developing materials and techniques to advance the manufacturer continues to lead the way in qualifying even more-complex 3D-printed parts. How did Arconic start down the AM road, where is it now and where does it hope to go. Read more.

Inside Argonne National Laboratory

Scientists are using powerful X-rays to understand the physics of the 3D-printing process and to help industry make reliable parts.

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August 8-9, Pittsburgh, PA
This event will provide opportunities to learn about the latest technologies and hear case-study presentations. 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 a variety of 3D metal-printing machines in action. Learn more about the event and to register.

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