Additive Manufacturing Competency Center is a major step for 3D printing maturity and a major win for EOS

Underwriters Laboratories (UL), the University of Louisville, and EOS (see the May 31, 2015 LRMJ) recently announced the founding of the Additive Manufacturing Competency Center (AMCC). The AMCC is a training and certification center which will offer instruction on all steps of the 3D printing pr...

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