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Excellence in Additive Manufacturing
Excellence in Additive Manufacturing

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ProtoCAM, when you need rapid done RIGHT!
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Latest ProtoCAM blog post about ProtoCAM customers in their area that won Lehigh Valley Business of the Year awards. EcoTech Marine took top honors for businesses of 26-100 employees, and XiGo Nanotools captured Emerging Business of the Year.

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Latest ProtoCAM blog post on dimensional tolerances for rapid prototypes. This is #6 in ProtoCAM's FAQ blog series, answering the question: "What level of dimensional tolerance accuracy can rapid prototyping produce?"

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ProtoCAM's Rapid Prototyping Blog - latest post is about ProtoCAM in LVB Article on 3D Printing/Additive Manufacturing. The article features quotes from ProtoCAM Managing Partners Ray Biery and Ron Belknap, and describes how some companies are utilizing 3D printing (http://www.protocam.com/html/3d-printing.html) and additive manufacturing (http://www.protocam.com/html/additive-manufacturing.html) to improve their product development processes.

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ProtoCAM featured in LVB article on  Aug 17, 2012: "Manufacturing firms find cost-effective way to create new products"
 

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ProtoCAM's press release today announces expanded Small Metal Prototypes services.

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New blog post on ProtoCAM's Rapid Prototyping blog - Selecting the Best Rapid Prototyping Technology for Your Project. This is #5 in the FAQs Series on rapid prototyping, additive manufacturing and 3D printing.

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New blog post, with videos, about the SlingShot smartphone accessory that holds the smartphone / camera steady. ProtoCAM assisted in speeding up the product development process with fast-turn rapid prototyping parts for XOMOM, a Kickstarter project.

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#4 in the ProtoCAM blog FAQ series is about the largest and smallest possible prototype / part that can be made using rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing.
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