LASERTEC 65 3D Printer

3-D Printing: Made in the USA

DMG Mori is bringing its American-made hybrid additive / subtractive machine to Chicago this year to help change the way manufacturing is done.

DMG Mori will be taking up a lot space at IMTS this year. And for good reason.

In its massive, 32,600 sq. ft. booth, DMG Mori will be showing off the real power of American manufacturing, featuring new machines pulled straight off the line from its Davis California plant – machines, it says, that are "made in the USA for the USA."

One of those machines has the whole industry buzzing.

IMTS 2014 will mark the U.S. premier of the Lasertec 65 3D, the latest entry in an emerging new 3-D printing market for hybrid additive / subtractive machines. Machines, it should be noted, that are starting to offer the first real promise of functional viability for 3DP technologies in the machine shop.

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