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Molding and pressing news, September 2012

According to local news website, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute in Youngstown, Ohio, will open its doors on 27th September.

Höganäs AB is to acquire a 100% interest in fcubic, a developer of technology for additive manufacturing (AM).

Kennametal Inc is in the 2012 InformationWeek 500, an annual listing of the nation's most innovative users of business technology.

Reg Tucker, editor of Metal Powder Report, takes a look at new CAFE Standards impact on OEM parts suppliers and PM industry

The Ex One Company (ExOne) has developed a 3D printer which it plans to show at the 2012 International Machine Technology Show (IMTS) in Chicago, 10-15 Sep

Novel PrintRite3D system facilitates 3D printing of metal parts, Sigma says

APMI International plans to run a regional technical programme in the Chicago/Milwaukee area on Thursday 4 October.

Sigma Labs Inc plans to release the first module of PrintRite3D, a suite of software and hardware products for the 3D printing of metal parts.

Sciaky, Inc., a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries (PSI), plans to show its additive manufacturing (AM) process at TCT Live 2012.

The EPMA reports that Dieffenbacher has sold its isostatic press lines business to Cremer Thermoprozessanlagen GmbH of Düren, Germany, in order to concentr

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