1/27/2015

Additive Manufacturing Applications Today and Tomorrow

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CECIMO, the European Association of Machine Tool Industries sees opportunities for its members with current and potential future applications for additive manufacturing in various industry sectors.

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CECIMO's Fall 2014 magazine includes a table with current and potential applications for additive manufacturing.

CECIMO, the European Association of Machine Tool Industries, sees compelling opportunities for its members who venture into additive manufacturing of metal parts. A recent issue of the association’s magazine included this table of current and potential future applications for additive manufacturing in various industry sectors. It’s a handy way to size up what this technology can do now and what it might do very soon to fundamentally change how metal components are made.

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