9/5/2014

Now Available: Additive Manufacturing September 2014 Digital Edition

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Stories describe possibilities for mold insert repair, plus a look at how 3D printing contributes to the success and figures into the philosophy of a forward-looking machining business.

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For the cover story of the September issue of Additive Manufacturing, we return to Baklund R&D to describe how 3D printing fits into the distinctive philosophy and day-to-day activity of this noteworthy Minnesota machining business. Baklund R&D president Jon Baklund will be one of the speakers at the upcoming Additive Manufacturing Workshop at IMTS. Also in this issue, we look at the possibilities of additive manufacturing for repairing worn mold inserts. The digital edition of this issue is available now. To subscribe to Additive Manufacturing, go here.

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