Wilson Sporting Goods Reimagines Product Development Workflows with Nexa3D x Addifab

The long-term play is to continue to utilize this Nexa3D x Addifab platform to continue to churn out new innovations and improvements to existing product lines.

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BAKER INDUSTRIES ACHIEVES ISO 9001:2015, AS9100D & NADCAP AC7130 RECERTIFICATION

https://blog.bakerindustriesinc.com/en/baker-industries-achieves-iso-9001-2015-as9100d-nadcap-ac7130-recertification ISO 9001:2015 First published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) in 1987, ISO 9001:2015 is a universal standard specifying the requirements for a quality management system (QMS). It is part of the ISO 9000 family, the best-known quality management standard in the world. With over one million companies and organizations possessing a certification from the ISO 9000 […]

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MaxResolution3D Relies on Nexa3D to Build its Manufacturing-as-a-Service Business

The NXE 400 platform proved to be the system of choice for establishing scalable services at MaxResolution3D with help from the team at ProductionToGo.

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BAKER INDUSTRIES ACHIEVES ASME BPVC SECTION IX QUALIFICATION

First issued in 1911, the Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code is a set of universally-recognized safety standards developed by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers that regulate the design, manufacture, installation, inspection, and care of boilers,

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How CNC Machining Has Transformed Automation in the Plasma Cutting Industry

Plasma cutting is an evolving industrial technology that’s become a staple workhorse of proven R&D and prototyping capital equipment

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How CNC Machining Has Transformed Automation In The Manufacturing Industry

CNC machining has made revolutionary strides over the past few decades. What started as manual machining during the Industrial Revolution

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Baker Industries: Invests in Giddings & Lewis CMM and PolyWorks Software

Winner of Modern Machine Shop’s Top Shop Award and aerospace/automotive manufacturer Baker Industries, a Lincoln Electric Company,

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RP America: 5 Signs a Stereolithography 3D Printer Needs Service

As the original method of additive manufacturing, stereolithography (SLA) is a widely adopted form of 3D printing. This resin-based printing process has experienced more than three decades of technological innovations and advancements.

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Baker Industries: NEW PAINT BOOTH FOR LARGE TOOLING & COMPONENTS

A/E/C manufacturer Baker Industries, a Lincoln Electric company, purchases a Garmat® USA spray booth to accompany its CNC machining, fabrication, and additive manufacturing capabilities.

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Baker Industries: BENEFITS OF LARGE-FORMAT METAL ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING

In previous blogs, we’ve mentioned additive manufacturing within our portfolio of manufacturing capabilities here at Baker Industries. Although we have a series of smaller polymer FDM printers, a large portion of our work in

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Baker Industries: WHAT IS CNC MACHINING?

Virtually everything we use and consume every day has undergone CNC machining in some form or another. The cars we drive, the cell phones we use, changing things quite drastically. There was no longer a need for hard copy paper running into a machine.

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Baker Industries: A LOOK AT MACHINED AIRCRAFT / FLY PARTS

When we talk about precision machining, many different industries come to mind, such as aerospace, automotive, industrial manufacturing, and others. Aerospace and aviation in particular are some of the more stringent industries in terms

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Baker Industries: FIBERGLASS, CARBON FIBER, AND LARGE-FORMAT METAL ADDITIVE TOOLING

Fiberglass was first used in the 1930s as a material for insulating both commercial and residential buildings. It was discovered that fiberglass offered high tensile strengths, performed well at higher operating temperatures, and helped to drastically increase the efficiency

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BAKER INDUSTRIES ADDS PROTOTRAK DPM SX5P TO MACHINE LINEUP

https://www.bakerindustriesinc.com/baker-adds-protorak-dpm-sx5p-machine-lineup/ Throughout the years, machining has grown immensely and has become a standardized means of production for virtually every industry imaginable. What started as a labor-intensive process has transformed into a highly automated, sophisticated manufacturing process that can be run almost entirely without any human intervention, aside from the initial programming and setup.   TRAK […]

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SainSmart Genmitsu 3018-MX3: Review the Specs

Once an industrial technology that was only used by machine and fabrication shops, manufacturing houses, and similar industrial settings, CNC machinery has matured over the years, allowing for mass adoption at the garage level.

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Maslow CNC Router Kit: Review the Specs

The Maslow CNC got its break on Kickstarter back in 2016, and can now be found milling and routing its way across large sheets of wood in garages, woodshops, and makerspaces the world over.

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Getting Creative During COVID: 7 Ideas for Digital Communication

As we cross the 1 year anniversary for COVID-19 Lockdown, I thought the timing was right to talk about how business communication has shifted dramatically in the last year. Like many, I’ve been in a massive transformative period with my work life, and find myself having to continuously react to the ongoing pandemic. Fortunately, we’ve […]

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Part 2: The “Alternative Route”

As a high school senior, I can vividly recall a huge influx of direct-mail flyers, emails, TV/social media ads, and other various outlets bombarding me with content for the “coolest” colleges in my area.

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Women in Welding – Paige’s Story (Part 1)

Often times one of the most difficult decisions for a high school student is when they are faced with choosing a path after finishing school. At this age, you are just starting to get a feel for what you like, and are typically just beginning to peek into what tangible skill sets you possess.

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Bridging the Skills Gap @ Long Beach City College

One topic I’ve briefly touched on in the past is the “skills gap” that exists within the manufacturing sector of the American workforce. Essentially, this gap is a shortage of industrial-trained workers between baby boomers and the younger, millennial/Gen Z generation.

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My First 3D Printing Project

Prior to any great product or invention, there is typically a prototyping/R&D stage that occurs before any final/end-use product is produced. It often starts with rough pad & pencil sketches of how this item will look, what colors it will have, the outline of its features, and so on.

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Returning Where It All Started: Martin Manufacturing (Trunnion Table)

It wasn’t until my junior year of undergrad that I first learned about the fascinating world of industrial manufacturing at an internship with Martin Manufacturing in Elsmere, Kentucky. What once started out as a pain point for Stan’s machine shop, slowly became a technology

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Why “Making Made Simple?”

Making, #machining, #fabricating, #printing, #forging, #casting, #forming, #cutting, #plating…   The way we make things is rapidly evolving before our eyes. The speed of modern technological improvements is the main driving force behind the future of creating things. Between your neighbor’s garage project to a fully automated factory floor…making parts will constantly adapt to more […]

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Why 3D Printing?

For a technology that has been in existence since the early 1980’s, 3D Printing is a manufacturing process that, until recently, hasn’t made a ton of progress in its efficiency of operation. The past decade has brought an immensity of strides for “Additive Manufacturing,” and has opened up possibilities to a multitude of materials as […]

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Why CNC Machining?

Since the dawn of the US Industrial Revolution, conventional machining has become the “original” way to form metal into precise parts and geometries. Metal cutting machines served as a total means to production for the American labor force, especially at the height of both World War’s. Manual milling machines and manual engine lathes soon sprung […]

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