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3DPrint.com is a news organization dedicated to bringing you up to date on all the latest news from the 3D printing industry. We source and share the latest news and additive manufacturing industry stories through investigative reporting, interviews, and on-the-ground experiences through conferences, site visits, and hands-on information. Our professional team of writers are experienced and dedicated to their work.
Aerospace Manufacturing and Design is a vertical publication aimed at providing aerospace professionals with pertinent information regarding designing, manufacturing and testing in this lucrative sector. As the only publication to provide exclusive, comprehensive coverage in this market, Aerospace Manufacturing and Design serves manufacturers and engineers by delivering information specific to their specialized tasks.
Published in Fremont, California, CIOReview is one of the leading print magazines in the US. It is the knowledge platform where C-suite executives deliberate on critical market challenges and current technological trends across industries. We are a unique magazine because all of our contributors are senior executives from the industry.
CNC WEST is a West Coast metalworking print magazine devoted to machinist and metalworking decision makers in machine shops and job shops on the west coast. The magazine features articles on CNC machining, machine shops and the west coast metal working industry.
Cutting Tool Engineering (CTE) magazine is published monthly by CTE Publications Inc., a business-to-business (B2B) media company covering all aspects of the machining process. Using media channels such as our print and digital magazine, video, website and electronic mail options, CTE staff strive to help manufacturing professionals enhance the productivity of their cutting and grinding operations. Plus, our magazine columnists—all drawn from the ranks of industry—offer solid advice for thriving in today’s market.
Fabricating and Metalworking provides rich technical content and targeted advertising through print, online, video and other multimedia outlets. We serve a diverse audience of small-to-medium job shops, contract manufacturers, metal service centers, OEMs, and higher volume metal manufacturers who compete in markets ranging from aerospace, automotive and medical to energy, construction and mining.
Established in 1986, IMD is a monthly publication that serves the owners and managers of America’s most diversified job shops, machine shops, OEM / MRO, contract manufacturers and production line manufacturing. This dedicated metalworking audience is the driving force behind U.S. manufacturing.
Manufacturing Engineering is a highly respected magazine serving U.S. engineers and other manufacturing professionals who use manufacturing technologies. The magazine’s history dates back to 1935, when SME first published it as Tool Engineer. In the 1960s, the magazine was called Tool and Manufacturing Engineer. In the 1970s, it became Manufacturing Engineering and Management. Since 1975, the magazine has been known as Manufacturing Engineering, or as our customers sometimes call us, M.E.
Manufacturing News is a monthly metalworking manufacturing publication that informs over 100,000 monthly readers of manufacturing solutions, new technology and the application of that technology in precision machining, production machining, fabricating of metals and composite materials. The manufacturing we write about is the machining or fabricating that results in the creation of components, i.e., the manufacturing of discrete parts.
ManufacturingTomorrow.com is an Online Trade Magazine featuring Products, Companies, News, Articles and Events for the Advanced Manufacturing, Factory Automation & 3D Printing industries. Industry 4.0. With an emphasis on the state of the art and on the horizon technologies that have strong prospects of commercialization, our philosophy is to create an outlet where the industry can share information and report on itself
Modern Machine Shop provides insight into real world applications of metalworking technology. Helping the reader to discover, not only what the technology can do, but how it can change their business, how it can help them serve their customers better and how they can be more profitable as a business enterprise. Founded in June of 1928, the Modern Machine Shop brand is recognized around the world as the premier resource for metalworking product and process technology.
Photonics Media brings you the latest research, product information, and business news for the entire photonics industry. Our extensive resources include three magazines — Photonics Spectra, Vision Spectra, and BioPhotonics — available in print and digital; the Photonics Buyers’ Guide, available in print and online; e-newsletters; webinars; conferences; summits; a podcast; and our website. Visit www.photonics.com for more information and to subscribe for FREE.
RoboticsTomorrow.com is an Online Trade Magazine featuring Products, Companies, News, Articles and Events for the Industrial Automation, Robotics and Unmanned Vehicle industries. With an emphasis on the state of the art and on the horizon technologies that have strong prospects of commercialization, our philosophy is to create an outlet where the industry can share information and report on itself.
Smart Manufacturing focuses on advanced manufacturing technologies and tools that are driven or enhanced by integrated information technology. Smart Manufacturing is available free of charge to qualified subscribers in the US.
Today’s Medical Developments provides up-to-date information on the latest manufacturing processes and design innovations involved in the medical device industry. Today’s Medical Developments puts manufacturers in touch with the latest available technologies so that they can remain competitive within the industry. In addition, Today’s Medical Developments explores the industry’s unique materials, manufacturing methods and stringent standards.