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Highlights From the Last Decade in Additive Manufacturing

It's been 10 years since the Strati was printed at IMTS 2014. Going into IMTS 2024, let's take a look at some additive manufacturing highlights from each year for the last decade!
Mar 27, 2024

Looking back on the last decade to the 3D printed Strati car at IMTS 2014, additive manufacturing has continued to expand its reach with applications on Mars, in football helmets, aboard the U.S. Navy, and inside the jet engines that enable modern aviation today.


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Benjamin Moses
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