Success Story: Hudson Valley Advanced Manufacturing Center

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Overview The Hudson Valley Advanced Manufacturing Center (HVAMC) at SUNY New Paltz gives companies access to some of the most advanced 3D printing equipment in the world. Also, the renowned experts at HVAMC share their experience and knowledge to help clients better understand what 3D printing can do as well as which processes and materials will maximize the value of …

Manufacturing Round Up for the Week of 04/17/17

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The Bronx Tech Summit to be held Friday, April 28 Read more Lowercase NYC is first high-tech manufacturing startup at Brooklyn Army Terminal “Today, the terminal’s atrium at Building B appears frozen in time. But beyond its moss-stained walls and decommissioned rail tracks, the complex now houses about 100 industrial tenants and 3,700 jobs.” Read More AIM Photonics announces agreement …

Manufacturing Round Up for the Week of 04/03/17

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Lockheed Martin signs $1.6 billion contract with United States Army to produce mobile radar systems “The Pentagon has awarded a $1.6 billion contract to Lockheed Martin for more mobile radar systems that will be assembled at one of the company’s New York plants.” Read more  AngioDynamics to move international manufacturing operations to upstate New York “AngioDynamics is consolidating some of …


What Will You Do If 3DP Disrupts Your Business Model?

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What does 3D printing mean for startups, small-to-medium manufacturers, and companies that haven’t even been created yet? Terry Brock, a contributing writer for Buffalo Business First, believes that 3D printing means “entrepreneurial opportunities.” UPS, the world’s largest package delivery company, seems inclined to agree. What can smaller manufacturers learn from a company whose core competency isn’t manufacturing?


How Will 3D Printing Affect Your Supply Chain?

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It’s trendy to talk about 3D printing as a “disruptive” technology. Yes, additive manufacturing changes the way that we make things. Instead of subtracting materials to shape objects, manufacturers build products in layers. But 3D printing isn’t just about using a different equipment set. Additive manufacturing, according to one national security expert, could mean retooling your supply chain for a strategic upheaval.