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NCDMM and Catalyst Connection Announce AMNOW Program to Support Additive Manufacturing Technology Insertion into the U.S. Army Supply Chain

Blairsville, Pa. — April 30, 2019 The National Center for Defense Manufacturing and Machining (NCDMM) with its National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute, America Makes and partner Catalyst Connection proudly announce the launch of AMNOW, a new program to support additive manufacturing (AM) technology insertion into the existing U.S. Army supply chain.  “Logistically, military supply chains […]

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Advanced Manufacturing Technology Adoption

As modern manufacturing moves into the fourth industrial revolution, technology plays an increasingly important role in all levels of production. And while technology increases capabilities, it also increases the complexity of each subsystem. With advanced manufacturing technology adoption becoming vital to compete and stay relevant in the Industry 4.0 world, companies are seeking out MEP’s […]

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Cyber Security Best Practices

Data breaches are costly and oftentimes devastating attacks for small to medium-size businesses (SMBs). Even if the quantity of information available is less than a larger company, many SMBs are targeted because their networks are vulnerable and easy to attack. While not every company has the benefits of an IT security expert on staff, or […]

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How IIoT Can Fuel Business Model Disruption

Original Article: IoT World Today, Brian Buntz Savvy industrial organizations acknowledge the game-changing potential the industrial Internet of Things has to drive new revenue with new business models, but develop a realistic step-by-step plan to get there. The sales pitch for the industrial Internet of Things and related terms is anything but subtle. One of […]

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University of Pittsburgh and General Carbide Receive $57K to Accelerate 3D Printing Using Tungsten Carbide

By Tia Vialva, 3D Printing Industry The University of Pittsburgh’s Swanson School of Engineering and General Carbide, a Pennsylvania-based manufacturer of compound metals, have received a $57,529 grant to research the use of tungsten carbide in additive manufacturing. This grant was financed from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) and the first round of the PA Manufacturing […]

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