Nano Sun, a water technology start-up founded by a scientist from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore), has launched a 3D-printing facility to manufacture a new type of water treatment membrane.
Nano Dimension, a leading additive electronics provider, has announced that it has entered the Chinese market with a strategic partnership with the AURORA Group, a leading distributor of additive manufacturing systems.
The software company Simufact Engineering, an MSC Software company, and the consulting firm Ampower work together in the field of simulation for metal-based additive manufacturing.
Sinterit Lisa has gained the reputation of being the only desktop SLS, able to print complex and precise prints with the same quality as big and expensive SLS machines.
Based on the issue of 'food waste' and the anticipation of 'future food trends', Cooperative DOOR started a dialogue with Oceanz 3D printing to jointly investigate the possibilities of 3D printing of vegetables.
Structo’s printers form part of ClearCaps’ state-of-the-art arsenal of clear aligner manufacturing equipment.
Australian metal additive manufacturing company, Titomic Limited (ASX: TTT) (“Titomic” or “the Company”) has announced that it has signed its first Material Science Testing (“MST”) agreement with Fincantieri Australia PTY LTD.
With the 3D microprinter, Photonic Professional GT cleanrooms give researchers access to a very versatile instrument for 3D micro- and nanolithography.
BASF New Business GmbH (BNB) has acquired all the shares of Advanc3D Materials GmbH in Hamburg and Setup Performance SAS in Lyon.
Simufact Engineering, an MSC software company, has announced that HiETA Technologies has chosen Simufact Additive to simulate the selective laser melting process for predicting the deformation of parts for automotive, motorsport, aerospace, defense and energy industries.
The roadmap is the work product of the America Makes & ANSI Additive Manufacturing Standardization Collaborative (AMSC), a group chartered to coordinate and accelerate the development of industry-wide additive manufacturing (AM) standards and specifications.
A new ASTM International standard supports the growing use of metals in additive manufacturing (3D printing) to make quality aerospace parts, medical devices, and more.
The team of RMIT researchers led by Professor Milan Brandt are using ‘laser metal deposition’ technology to build and repair steel and titanium parts for defence force aircraft in collaboration with RUAG Australia and the Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (IMCRC).
In a joint project focusing on incorporating 3D printing technologies into the production of plastic injection molds, Prodways Technologies, Openlab by Schneider Electric and the Platinium 3D platform are teaming up to accelerate the development cycle of industrial products.
Nano Dimension Ltd., a leading additive electronics provider (Nasdaq, TASE: NNDM), has announced the results of the Electrifying Additive Manufacturing Survey, which found nearly 91% of respondents expect 3D printed electronics will be a strategic direction.