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On April 12, 2022, CAMufacturing Solutions Application Engineer, Hamoon Ramezani, presented at Cut The S/Crap event hosted by MCAM Northwest.

Hamoon made a case for how Directed Energy Deposition (DED) hybrid manufacturing can help reduce waste and scrap using some projects that CAMufacturing has been involved in throughout the years.

Contact: Duncan Lam – duncan.lam@camufacturing.com

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