Additive Manufacturing Conference Speaker: Jason Jones

The Hybrid Manufacturing Technologies cofounder will be one of the speakers at the October 20-21 conference in Knoxville, Tennessee, focusing on industrial applications of additive manufacturing.


Facebook Share Icon LinkedIn Share Icon Twitter Share Icon Share by EMail icon Print Icon

Jason Jones of Hybrid Manufacturing Technologies accepted the International Additive Manufacturing Award for his company’s additive manufacturing head, which brings metal-layering capability to a standard CNC machine tool.

Jason Jones, cofounder of Hybrid Manufacturing Technologies, will be one of the speakers at the upcoming Additive Manufacturing Conference. His company won the first-ever International Additive Manufacturing Award for its development of a hybrid manufacturing head—read more about it here. The conference—October 20-21 in Knoxville, Tennessee—focuses on industrial applications of additive manufacturing. Learn more and register to attend at additiveconference.com.

And speaking of additive … our Additive Manufacturing brand is about to grow. Soon, we will launch a new website devoted to additive manufacturing for industrial applications, and we will expand the publication that began as a small supplement into a full-size magazine. All of this will happen later this year. For now, stay apprised of these and other additive developments (and also give us a little encouragement) by joining us as one of the earliest followers of Additive Manufacturing on FacebookTwitter and LinkedIn


  • Winner Named in First-Ever International Additive Manufacturing Award

    Hybrid Manufacturing Technologies Ltd. will receive the inaugural International Additive Manufacturing Award (IAMA) for its innovative methodology that enables metal deposition (via laser cladding) to be integrated on a multi-axis CNC machine.

  • Video: On-Site Manufacturing in the Future

    A team of students in Finland produced this video of their vision of how parts may be produced in the future. This entry won Fastems’ conceptual design competition held in honor of the company’s 30 years of building flexible manufacturing systems.

  • Highlighting Hybrid Manufacturing

    The winner of the first International Additive Manufacturing Award is a company that developed a head for adding metal additive manufacturing to an existing machine tool.