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Gary Rabinovitz Receives President’s Award from Additive Manufacturing Users Group

Additive Manufacturing Users Group


At its 26th annual conference, the Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) presented Gary Rabinovitz of Reebok International with its President’s Award. Rabinovitz, the sixth to receive this prestigious award, is Reebok’s RP lab manager and the users group’s past president.Rabinovitz received the award, which was presented by Bret Border, AMUG’s president, during the conference’s opening session before 531 attendees from 15 countries. Full Article

America Makes to Host Additive Manufacturing Training Course

America Makes


America Makes, in partnership with ASM International, will offer the course "Fundamentals of Additive Manufacturing Materials & Processes" on May 12-13 from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM.  Registration is required, and members of America Makes and ASM will receive a 15% discount.  Full Article

3D Systems Expands Presence in Japan With Canon Marketing

3D Systems


3D Systems announced today that it is expanding its partnership with Canon Marketing Japan to include 3DS’ complete ProJet professional series of 3D printers, desktop prototyping CubeX 3D printer and Geomagic scan-to-CAD software solutions. Canon Marketing Japan began selling 3D Systems’ advanced manufacturing products in October 2013. Full Article

Stratasys to Acquire Solid Concepts and Harvest Technologies

Stratasys Ltd.


Stratasys Ltd. (NASDAQ:SSYS), a leading global provider of 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions, today announced that it has entered into definitive agreements to acquire two privately-held companies, Solid Concepts Inc. and Harvest Technologies. Solid Concepts is the largest independent additive manufacturing service bureau in North America and a fast-growing partner to RedEye, Stratasys’ existing digital manufacturing service business. Full Article

Additive Joins Subtractive on Advanced All-in-One Machines

Senior Editor Jim Lorincz


The path of precision machining has taken a decidedly unexpected change in direction. Yes, machining centers, in their various configurations of horizontal, vertical, and universal, continue to hold their preeminent positions in shops for their ability to create value-added benefits to individual workpieces or parts in serial production. Full Article

A Pathway to Approval for Additive-Made Devices

Contributing Editor Ilene Wolff


Additive manufacturing is now producing all manner of medical devices, and new ideas for the process—ranging from printed surgical tools and bone replacements to human tissue—are coming from designers and engineers daily.Even the best idea, though, has little value in the United States unless the Food and Drug Administration gives its go-ahead for putting the device on the market. Full Article

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