SME’s Smart Manufacturing Seminar Series – Exclusive Access to Industry Leaders and Experts Who Are Implementing Additive Manufacturing (AM) in Their Business Operations

  Worldwide interest and adoption of additive manufacturing (AM) in industry continues at an astounding pace with the prediction that sales of products and services will double in the coming years. Starting this June, SME’s Smart Manufacturing Seminar Series will roll out a number of industry-focused events designed Read More »

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Nano Dimension Expands its North American Presence, Opens Customer Experience Center in California

  NESS ZIONA, Israel – December 6, 2017 – Nano Dimension Ltd., a leader in the field of 3D printed electronics (NASDAQ, TASE: NNDM), today announced that it teamed up with XponentialWorks, an expert in additive manufacturing advisory, and is opening a U.S. Customer Experience Read More »

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GE Additive Opens Customer Experience Center in Munich

GE Additive’s first international Customer Experience Center opened in Munich; The center, launched with an investment of $15 million, will employ up to 50 GE Additive employees within the 2,700 square meter state-of-the-art facility Center allows current and potential customers to accelerate their  journey into Read More »

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Nano Dimension Opens First Customer Experience Center for Advanced Additive Manufacturing Technology

Pioneers of 3D-printed electronics open doors for customers, partners and distributors to experience innovative technology and applications first-hand NESS ZIONA, Israel – November 8, 2017 – Nano Dimension Ltd., a leader in the field of 3D printed electronics (NASDAQ, TASE: NNDM), announced today the opening of its Read More »

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GE Additive Establishes Customer Experience Center in Germany

  BOSTON, Massachusetts — April 24, 2017 — GE Additive (NYSE: GE) is establishing a “Customer Experience Center” in Munich, Germany – the first of several GE Additive centers planned worldwide to accelerate the use of additive manufacturing. The Munich center will allow current and Read More »

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