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LDR partners with Poly-Shape

LDR Holding Corporation, a global medical device company has declared through its wholly-owned subsidiary LDR Médical, SAS, that it has made a minority investment in Poly-Shape, SAS, a French manufacturing company specializing in laser sintering, and entered into an exclusive partnership with Poly-Shape for the development of spinal implants.

Canada Makes takes part in trade mission

Canadian Manufacturing & Exporters’ (CME) Canada Makes is taking part in its first trade mission. A delegation from Canada’s additive manufacturing sector will visit Germany next on January 24-30.

3D microprinting creates tiny complex components

Scientists at ETH Zurich have recently developed a new method of 3D microprinting. This can be used to manufacture even tiny, partly overhanging structures easily and in a single step.

Nano Dimension sings agreement with Flextronics

Nano Dimension, a leading printing electronics company in the area of 3D printing has declared that Nano Dimension Technologies, a fully owned subsidiary of Nano Dimension, has signed an agreement with Flextronics International Ltd.

Launch of Structo PrintWorks

Materialise NV, a leading provider of Additive Manufacturing software and sophisticated 3D printing solutions, and Structo Pte. Ltd., a Singapore-based manufacturer of 3D printing machines, have recently declared the launch of Structo PrintWorks, a customized Build Processor for Structo’s Stereolithography printers.

Norsk makes first shipment of Airbus test parts

Norsk Titanium AS has declared that it has made the first shipment of Airbus test parts manufactured by Norsk Titanium’s patented Rapid Plasma Deposition™ (RPD™) process has been received and finish machined by Premium AEROTEC with excellent results.

New full colour Mcor Arke 3D printer

The newly launched innovative Mcor Arke is designed to realise a huge number of projects for packaging designers, architects, fashion designers, model and prop makers, as well as schools and universities, by being able to produce true colour 3D printed objects at low cost.

Delcam adds ABB robot for AM research

Delcam has recently added an ABB robot fitted with a Fronius CMT Advanced welding head to the range of manufacturing equipment at its Birmingham site.

Eastman, colorFabb introduces nGen

Eastman Chemical Company and colorFabb BV have recently declared an enhanced product for the 3D printing industry. nGen, a new product made with Eastman Amphora™ AM3300 3D polymer, adds functional properties and top print quality to the filament line, and has the ability to print within a wide processing range.

Materialise partners with Cooksongold

Cooksongold, a renowned British supplier of precious metal products has established a partnership with Materialise NV, one of the leading provider of Additive Manufacturing software and sophisticated 3D printing solutions.

Active Power deploys CleanSource® UPS

Active Power has deployed its CleanSource® UPS system at Stratasys Direct Manufacturing's facility in Austin, Texas, demonstrating its unique ability to provide power protection to mission critical manufacturing operations.

Lloyd’s launches certification guidelines

Lloyd’s Register has recently launched its goal-based additive manufacturing (AM) guidance notes to industry, giving operators and manufacturers in the energy and marine industries confidence in metallic equipment and components produced using AM.

Moog wins technology development contract

Moog Inc. Space and Defence Group has recently won a technology development contract under the Booster Propulsion Technology Maturation Broad Agency Announcement from the U.S. Air Force. Moog Inc. is one of the global designer, manufacturer, and integrator of precision control components and systems.

3D printed rocket engines parts

3D printed components for rocket engines is bound to become a reality in the near future. Research at Luleå University of Technology is therefore investigating which innovation system can support this and what the design process should look like.

3D printed object from asteroid metals

Planetary Resources, in collaboration with 3D Systems, has developed the first ever direct metal print from asteroid metals.