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Jabil Launches Materials Innovation Center for Additive Manufacturing
1/22/2019

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Pallets of Jabil Engineered Material in filament form are prepared for shipment to Jabil customers and distribution partners.
Pallets of Jabil Engineered Material in filament form are prepared for shipment to Jabil customers and distribution partners.

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PaulChau
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On to better things
PaulChau   3/25/2019 11:57:31 PM
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I reckon that with that much R&D going on, we might see one of the industries pull much further ahead in comparison to the other in due course. It's really just a matter of time before people figure out just how they can use 3D printing to their advantage. And once everybody is on board, hopefully we'll start to see more sustainable and efficient practices taking root. It's a really great time for innovation with such technologies and possibilities available!

markgrogan
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Seize the deal
markgrogan   3/20/2019 12:16:38 AM
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We have to keep looking out for potential business opportunities and this is just what this giant has managed to do. By providing the solution that the group of OEMs needs, this giant is making it big in the market out there since there has yet to be a single service provider in this field. However, it could be not long before more competitors would want to try to seize the deal.



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