"“Additive Manufacturing Trends in Aerospace: Leading the way”- Aerospace is the industry that other industries look to for a glimpse at what’s on the horizon. Aerospace has a long history of being an early adopter, innovator and investigator. "

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“Stratasys Introduces Tough Unfilled Nylon for Additive Manufacturing” - Stratasys Ltd., -a manufacturer of 3D printers and materials for personal use, prototyping and production, introduced FDM Nylon 12, the first nylon material specifically engineered for the company's line of                                  Fortus 3D Production Systems.

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“Modelling Luxury- Stratasys” - From tires to interiors, Bentley designs with 3D printing -“Stratasys’ rapid prototyping systems have allowed us to develop things in a totally new way.With this technology, we can simulate exactly how the car will look.”

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“Medical Case Study: Saving Cyrano- How Additive Manufacturing Helped Create a one-of-a-kind knee joint for a cat- EOS”- Cyrano escaped a leg amputation thanks to laser sintered prosthesis -For quite some time, Mr. Cyrano L. Catte II, an orange-and-white cat, had the perfect life. He had a nice home in Upperville, Va., U.S.A., more than                               adequate food, and owners who loved him very much.

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Lotus F1 team and 3D systems move together towards race-ready mass production of parts-“The car model in the wind tunnel features a complex network of pressure sensors. These were positioned by drilling pressure tappings into metal and carbon fiber components before SLA technologies became available.

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“BLOODHOUND SSC turns to Renishaw for 3D printing expertise- Renishaw, one of the UK’s leading engineering technologies companies, is contributing its knowledge in additive manufacturing to create key prototype parts for the BLOODHOUND Supersonic Car, which will attempt to break the 1,000 mph speed barrier during                                  Summer 2015.

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“3D Printers to Build NASA's Spare Parts & Rocket Engines”- NASA Administrator Charles Bolden (second from right) being briefed on 3D printing and prototyping technology to create parts for the Space Launch System at Marshall Space Flight Center.

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