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KAUST develops sensors to signal danger

A team from KAUST is using 3D printing to develop a cheap, reliable system to signal danger1.

3D Metalforge receives ISO certification from DNV GL

Leading Singapore-based, end-to-end metal additive manufacturer, 3D Metalforge Pte Ltd (“3DMF”) has received the ISO 9001:2015 certification from DNV GL, a global accredited third party certification body that is strongly focused on the maritime, oil & gas and energy industries.

voxeljet UK relocates to Milton Keynes

voxeljet UK is relocating from its current facility, located at the Pinewood Studios, to a newer and larger facility in Milton Keynes.

Structo’s partnership with Dental Axess

Structo, a Singapore-based dental 3D printing solutions provider, has announced an exciting new partnership with renowned distributor Dental Axess.

NUS develops AM technology for biomedical sectors

The National University of Singapore Centre for Additive Manufacturing (or AM.NUS) has been launched by Mr. Amrin Amin, Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs and Ministry of Health, at the Additive Manufacturing Healthcare Summit.

Proto labs invests EUR 4 M on Haas and ARBURG machines

Rapid prototyping and on-demand manufacturer, Proto Labs reports its largest European infrastructure investment in response to its current and projected customer demand for advanced manufacturing services from across Europe.

Sintavia acquire EOS M400 – Large Scale Printing Capability

Sintavia, LLC, the global independent leader for metal Additive Manufacturing (AM) services, has announced that it had broadened its printing capabilities through the acquisition of a larger scale EOS M400 system.
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3D printing titanium in aerospace

Most activity in the titanium metal industry is being driven by increased demand from the aerospace industry. As jet engines burn at ever higher temperatures to improve speed and efficiency, titanium use will increase. Its use in airframes will be driven largely by increased use of CFCs.

BASF establishes new Group company in 3D printing

BASF SE has recently declared that it has made plans to establish a new Group company, BASF 3D Printing Solutions GmbH, as of September 1, 2017.

Renishaw’s RenAM 500M enhances 3D printing for HiETA

Technology from Renishaw is helping HiETA to move metal additive manufacturing (AM) from prototype manufacture into commercial production of its specialist range of heat exchangers.

3D-Printed lab focuses on printed onsite UAVs

DEWA has reviewed the construction work of the 3D-printed lab, which is the first building in the UAE to be fully printed onsite. The lab aims to study the science and technique of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and 3D-printing.

Solidscape launches S500 Printer for rapid prototyping

Solidscape®, Inc., the leading producer of high precision 3D wax printers, and a subsidiary of Stratasys, Ltd., has taking precision investment casting and rapid prototyping of complex geometries to the next level with the launch of the S500 high precision 3D printer.

Strengthening 3D printed parts in real-world apps

Brandon Sweeney and his advisor Dr. Micah Green, associate professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering, discovered a way to make 3D printed parts stronger and immediately useful in real-world applications.

Tomsk-TPU-120 – Russia’s first 3D-printed satellite

Tomsk-TPU-120 satellite is the first Russian satellite which was 3D-printed and the advanced materials were used.
discussion on legal and technical aspects at the Association of German Engineers

Current discussion on legal and technical aspects at the Association of...

An insight into the work of the technical committee 105.5 (FA 105.5) named ‘Legal Aspects of Additive Manufacturing’, which was formed within The Association of German Engineers (Verein Deutscher Ingenieure or ‘VDI’) in 2016. This technical committee is comprised of legal experts, engineers, technicians, scientists and company managers working in the sector of advanced manufacturing.