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August 21, 2018 | Categories: Member News
Ft. Worth, TX. – AGS Additive Manufacturing hosted the recent SME DFW Chapter meeting at their facility in Fort Worth. Representatives from local manufacturing businesses and SME DFW Chapter attended, shared information and had a tour of the 40,000 sq. ft. plant.
“It was a great meeting and I really liked the energy and the feedback,” said Adam Cook, SME DFW Chapter Chair. “We appreciate AGS stepping up to help us lead the charge in revitalizing the DFW Chapter and further our mission.”
The association has been supporting the manufacturing industry for over 85 years. Working closely with manufacturing professionals, companies, educators, schools and communities, they share knowledge and resources that generate solutions to manufacturing industry challenges.
“SME DFW Chapter is a natural fit for us,” said Mike Goold, President of AGS Additive Manufacturing. “We have a vast history and expertise that we can share with other small-to-medium sized manufacturers and students.”
AGS Additive Manufacturing is a third-generation, veteran-owned business based in Fort Worth, TX. With over 60 years of manufacturing experience, AGS specializes in 3D printing in metals such as steel, aluminum, titanium, cobalt chrome and inconel for the aerospace, medical, military and robotics industries. As part of Goold Holdings, AGS is a sister company with Southwest Industrial Services Inc., AAA Canlines and AAA Industrial Chromium Company. For more information, go to ags-am.com or call 817-877-3181.
Courtesy of AGS Additive Manufacturing