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How the federal government helps additive manufacturing costs

The cost of using additive manufacturing technology is motivated by a number of factors, including research and development tax incentives. Most businesses using AM, also known as 3-D printing, are eligible for large R&D tax credits. Unfortunately,...

source: By Alan Kelsky
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CPG brands have two major audiences, consumers and retailers. And both expect manufacturers to find a more environmentally friendly way to package goods. Of course, this is a positive trend that makes practical sense for business and the planet and also means that companies...

source: Better Ways

LSCQG. No, to the socio-politically correct, this is not a new alternative gender combination. It is,...

source: PBBA

Go left. Go right. Politics are a continuum of viewpoints ranging from radical to moderate with the largest...

source: PBBA

As printing companies have evolved from selling high-volume print work to offering short-run, personalized, on-demand print jobs supported with a diverse portfolio of value-added services, selling practices...

source: Printing Impressions

Eastman Kodak and Evolve Additive Solutions, Inc. have announced a technology partnership where Kodak will supply Evolve imaging systems, parts and consumables based on the KODAK NEXPRESS digital electrophotographic platform.

source: Printing Impressions

The general trend toward customization is a hallmark of the digital age. The option of custom-enhancing high-quality mass-produced items and thus reaching consumers or customers on a personal level opens up attractive new and...

source: InPrint


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