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Burnley Company gets additional funds

Burnley Company, a pioneer in the field of 3D printing has recently received further funding of over GBP 300,000 from investors as it continues to grow.

ITI succeeds EU additive manufacturing initiative

International TechneGroup Limited (ITI) has recently reported successful conclusion of an EU additive manufacturing (AM) initiative where new developments in CADfix, ITI’s advanced geometry processing solution delivered key breakthroughs in AM geometry handling.

VTT, Aalto University launch research project

Aalto University and VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd have recently launched a research project focusing on digital spare parts in collaboration with 13 companies. The project studies new operating and earnings models, current and future technological potential, and builds preconditions for a functional network.

Montclair opens innovative MIX Lab

Montclair State has officially opened its innovative MIX Lab recently in February. Housed in the new Feliciano School of Business, the MIX Lab, complete with 35 3D printers, is the first of its kind in New Jersey and the New York City area.

IRM installs robotic 3D bioprinter

The LifeNet Health Institute of Regenerative Medicine (IRM) has recently installed a robotic “bioprinter” at its primary research and development facility in Virginia Beach, Va.

Modified laser cutter prints 3D objects

Rice University bioengineering researchers have modified a commercial-grade CO2 laser cutter to create OpenSLS, an open-source, selective laser sintering platform that can print intricate 3-D objects from powdered plastics and biomaterials.

Nano dimension declares new collaboration

Nano Dimension, a printing electronics company in the area of 3D printing has recently declared that Nano Dimension Technologies, a fully owned subsidiary of Nano Dimension, has signed a collaboration agreement with Ramot at Tel Aviv University, under which a group of researchers headed by Professor Gil Markovich, head of the department of Chemistry at Tel Aviv University, will collaborate on the development of an application method for a nanoparticle nickel material developed at the University Labs.

LPW releases POWDERSOLVE

LPW Technology recently has released their latest software as part of their unique Total Powder Management (TPM) for the Additive Manufacturing industry, to great acclaim.

FKM Sintertechnik orders from Concept Laser

FKM Sintertechnik GmbH based in Biedenkopf has recently ordered from Concept Laser for its facility. The company’s 3D metal printing capacity is still experiencing expansion with an eye toward the future.

America Makes declares new series challenges

America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute, driven by the National Center for Defense Manufacturing and Machining (NCDMM), has recently declared its partnership with InnoCentive Inc., the pioneer in crowdsourced innovation and Challenge Driven Innovation™, to launch a pilot series of three challenges called Innovation Sprints.

UL AMCC 3D printing training centre opened

The University of Louisville and UL, a global safety science organization, has declared the official opening of newly established 3D printing training centre named the UL Additive Manufacturing Competency Centre (UL AMCC).

Additive Manufacturing investment by Reliance

Reliance Precision recently declared the Self-Healing Alloys for Precision Engineering (SHAPE) Programme in which Reliance has been awarded GBP 300k of funding by the Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI) and the UK's innovation agency, Innovate UK.

AMBER researcher awarded EUR 2.5M

An AMBER, the Science Foundation Ireland funded materials science centre, researcher, Prof. Valeria Nicolosi, has recently been a recipient of the European Research Council’s (ERC) Consolidator Grants.

3D Systems demonstrates at METAV 2016

3D Systems has demonstrated its leading 3D solutions for metalworking at METAV 2016 in Düsseldorf, Germany.

LPKF extends its prototyping range

LPKF Laser & Electronics AG is setting new standards with its easy-to-use, chemical-free laboratory processes for PCB prototyping. Now the Garbsen, Germany-based laser specialist is bundling its non-PCB-prototyping efforts in the “Scientific Prototyping” segment.