Thermwood and Bell 3D Print Helicopter Blade Mold

    A joint venture program between Thermwood and Bell has pushed the limits of 3D printing, resulting in what Thermwood believes is the largest 3D printed autoclave capable tool ever made. A common limiting factor within aerospace development programs is expensive, long-lead time tooling. Bell, Read More »

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TAHOE Boats Newest Design Uses Thermwood 3D Printed Tooling

  TAHOE Boats, Springfield, MO. formally announced the all-new, revolutionary T16 boat design, engineered with families in mind. Using innovative technology, the T16 delivers an unprecedented lightweight design and affordability with an uncompromising commitment to quality and performance. One factor that made this boat possible Read More »

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Thermwood Adds Important New Features to its LSAM Print3D Additive Manufacturing Software

  Dale, IN – June 7, 2017: Thermwood has added significant new capabilities to its LSAM Print3D additive manufacturing software. Thermwood’s software is a true CAD based slicing software which operates within Mastercam to generate additive printing programs for Thermwood’s Large Scale Additive Manufacturing systems. Unlike most Read More »

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Thermwood Signs Agreement with Navy’s FRC East

Dale, IN – December 20, 2016:Thermwood Corporation of Dale, Indiana has signed a formal Cooperative Research and Development Agreement with Fleet Readiness Center East located at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., and part of the Naval Air Systems Command, to conduct a two-year, Read More »

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Thermwood Announces 3D Additive Manufacturing Program – Names New Machines “LSAM”

  Dale, IN August 31st 2016: — Thermwood Corporation, located in Southern Indiana, manufactures a broad yet extensive line of CNC Routers has announced it is now offering a line of Additive Manufacturing Systems for the production of large to very large reinforced thermoplastic composite Read More »

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