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Manufacturing metallic glass using additive techniques

The properties of metals can be transformed by changing their atomic structure into a disordered state. The resulting material class, commonly referred to as amorphous metals or metallic glasses, has a unique combination of high resistance, elasticity and strength.

Nano Dimension expands Asia-Pacific market with Reshef

Nano Dimension Ltd., a leading additive electronics provider, has announced that it is expanding its Asia Pacific market coverage with the appointment of a regional director in Hong Kong.

Turing researchers collaborates with MX3D in Amsterdam

Researchers from The Alan Turing Institute-Lloyd’s Register Foundation programme in data-centric engineering have collaborated with MX3D on plans to design, build and install the world’s largest 3D printed structure across a canal in Amsterdam.

AON3D joins Canada Makes to develop AM

Canada Makes is very pleased to welcome Montreal based AON3D as a member. The team at AON3D developed a line of 3D printers that is a big step up for Canada’s additive manufacturing sector.

MTC launch apprenticeships in UK to provide AM skills

 The industry leading Manufacturing Technology Centre is to launch the first apprenticeships in the UK dedicated to providing the skills needed for additive manufacturing (3D printing).

BMW Motorrad iParts revolutionise spare part management

A worn valve cap in the middle of the Icelandic ice desert, a gear lever broken off in the depths of the Brazilian jungle or a split oil sump in the hamada: this kind of problem often leads to a lengthy interruption if not the end of a motorcycle tour or a long-distance trip on two wheels.

CTC bags contract from Office of Naval Research

The Office of Naval Research, through its Quality Metal Additive Manufacturing (Quality MADE) program, has awarded Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC) a USD 2.6 M two-year contract to supply technology solutions that will ensure the manufacturability of quality metallic parts from additive manufacturing (AM) machines.

Optomec appoint Jamie Hanson as VP Business Development

Optomec has announced that Jamie Hanson, former Chief Operating Officer at Methods 3D has assumed responsibilities in the newly created position of VP Business Development at Optomec.

Dartmouth researchers create objects that change size

Recently, researchers at Dartmouth College believe they can take that even further, with smart ink that allows 3D-printed objects to change shape and colour after they’ve been printed.

atum3D moves into new headquarters to the city of Gouda

Recently, Netherlands-based atum3D has introduced itself to the world of additive manufacturing on the formnext exhibition in Frankfurt, Germany. Since then, atum3D is renowned for its highly accurate, fast and open platform DLP solutions and experienced an impressive growth scenario.

Sigma & NIST sign deal to study recycled powder effects

Sigma Labs, Inc. (“Sigma Labs” or the “Company”), a provider of quality assurance software under the PrintRite3D® brand, has announced it has entered into a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

Volvo introduce 3D to deliver spare parts to customers

Volvo Construction Equipment moves into a new dimension to assist customers in supplying spare parts, and as part of its commitment to the research and development of new products.

Moog & NCMS to perform co-funded work for AM

Moog Inc. and NCMS have signed an 18-month contract to perform co-funded work in support of applying Moog’s VeriPart™ solution, adapting blockchain technology for additive manufacturing.

Evonik’s Medical House turned to a competence center

Specialty polymers such as Evonik’s RESOMER® and VESTAKEEP® already play an important role as implant materials. To serve this attractive growth market even more effectively, Evonik has built up extensive competencies in the area of orthopedic surgery in its Medical Devices Project House – in the United States.

B9Creations receives minority investment from Mitsui

B9Creations, a global provider of 3D printing solutions, has received a minority investment from Mitsui Chemicals (Tokyo: 4183), a Japan-based company owned by the Mitsui Group conglomerate that counts Toshiba and Toyota among its companies.