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americium

 (Am) [am″er-ish´e-um]
a chemical element, atomic number 95, atomic weight 243. (See Appendix 6.)

Am

Symbol for americium.

am

Abbreviation for ammeter.

AM

Abbreviation for:
academic medicine
acid maltase
acral melanoma
acrosomal matrix
actomycin
acute mastoiditis
acute myelofibrosis
adductor magnus
adhesion molecule
adolescent medicine
adrenal medulla
adult male
aerospace medicine
age-matched
alternative medicine
alveolar macrophage
ambulatory monitoring
ammeter
ampicillin
amikacin
amlodipine
amoxicillin
amplitude
amplitude modulation
amniotic membrane
amygdala
anovulatory menstruation
ante meridiem (before noon; morning)
anteromedial
antimalarial
apomorphine
apparent movement
aseptic meningitis
Assembly Member (Wales) (Medspeak-UK)
atypical mycobacteria
aviation medicine
avoidable mortality

Am

Symbol for americium

am

Abbreviation for ammeter.

am

Abbreviation for ammeter.
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The emergence of additive manufacturing technologies over the last few years in Industry has provided Military commands & defense agencies the opportunity to implement advanced 3D printing capabilities into their supply chains on a large scale that drastically reduce the manufacturing, maintenance, & sustainment costs of strategic resources & materials, with the overall goal of advancing & ensuring mission readiness.
Thermwood offers a line of dual gantry additive manufacturing machines.The parts generated by the LSAM are printed layer by layer, and then trimmed and shaped using a CNC router.
AFS scans the horizon for the best ways to support its members and the industry, which brings us to the AFS 2018 Additive Manufacturing for Metalcasting Conference, September 10-13, in Louisville, Kentucky.
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Lockheed Martin has used additive manufacturing to create what it says is its largest 3D-printed space component.