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Inside the Nation's Largest 3D Printing Network

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ThomasNet
July 20, 2021
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Inside the Nation's Largest 3D Printing Network

While the COVID-19 pandemic caused innumerable, life-threatening challenges, it also gave the manufacturing industry a unique opportunity to showcase its collaborative potential. Host Tony Uphoff speaks to 4 key stakeholders from 3 companies involved in Project DIAMOnD, which stands for "Distributed, Independent, Agile Manufacturing on Demand," a unique program created last year at the height of the pandemic. Backed by Microsoft, the Michigan-based initiative was developed by Automation Alley, a World Economic Forum Advanced Manufacturing Hub (AMHUB), with the goal of creating the nation’s largest 3D printing marketplace and network to increase agile, urgent resource production.

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Apply to participate in Project DIAMOnD:

Project Diamond by Automation Alley


Learn more about Automation Alley:

Automation Alley - Michigan's Industry 4.0 Knowledge Center


Learn more about Markforged:

Industrial Additive Manufacturing Platform | Markforged


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Avon Machining | Precision Gear & Heavy Equipment Supplier | Michigan

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