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  • 5 Fun Facts About Die Casting

    5 Fun Facts About Die Casting

    • June 18, 2020

    Manufacturing companies often use die casting produce complex metal products and components with precise dimensions. There are other processes available that can manipulate metal workpieces into a new size and shape. Die casting, however, is more accurate since it allows for close tolerances and precise dimensions. Below are five fun facts about the manufacturing process

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  • Ghosting: How It Affects 3D Printers

    Ghosting: How It Affects 3D Printers

    • June 17, 2020

    3D printing has become increasingly popular in recent years. Statistics show that the global 3D printing market is now valued at over $21 billion, compared to just $4.4 billion in 2012. Manufacturing companies big and small alike use it to build products, as well as prototypes, in their daily operations. Some 3D printers, however, may

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  • What Is Rubber Pad Forming in Metalworking?

    What Is Rubber Pad Forming in Metalworking?

    • June 11, 2020

    Have you heard of rubber pad forming? Based on the name alone, you may assume that it’s used to produce rubber products. Rubber pad forming, however, is actually a metalworking process that’s used to produce metal products. It’s simply called “rubber pad forming” because it uses rubber pads to deform a metal workpiece. The Basics

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  • Selective Laser Melting: A High-Tech 3D Printing Method

    Selective Laser Melting: A High-Tech 3D Printing Method

    • June 11, 2020

    Fused deposition modeling isn’t the only 3D printing method. Although it’s the most popular, there are several other 3D printing methods available, including selective laser melting. Selective laser melting is a relatively new 3D printing method, but it’s gained popularity among manufacturing companies in recent years. Like other 3D printing methods, it’s designed to build

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  • An Introduction to Laminated Object Manufacturing (LOM)

    An Introduction to Laminated Object Manufacturing (LOM)

    • June 10, 2020

    Laminated object manufacturing (LOM) is frequently performed for rapid prototyping in the manufacturing industry. Manufacturing companies use it to quickly build prototypes of products from an object model. The object model is designed in a computer program, after which it’s converted into a tangible product prototype. LOM is distinguished from other rapid prototyping processes, however,

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  • What Is Swaging in the Manufacturing Industry?

    What Is Swaging in the Manufacturing Industry?

    • June 9, 2020

    Manufacturing companies often rely on the use of compressive forces to manipulate the size and shape of workpieces. There are many different forging processes used in the manufacturing industry, however, one of which is swaging. A type of cold-working forging process, swaging has been around for centuries. And while faster and more efficient forging processes

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