Desktop Metal announced several major advancements and expanded capabilities to the Production System, the world’s fastest metal printer, delivering the lowest cost per part with the highest capacity of any metal 3D printing system available.
Royal DSM announced the addition of four additive manufacturing grades into Digimat-AM, an e-Xstream solution recognized by JEC Innovation 2017, JEC innovation Asia 2018 and a finalist of the ACE Award for Composite Excellence at CAMX 2018.
The production of these aluminum alloy powders is supported by the plasma atomization technology developed by Tekna, and whose effectiveness has been proven, with several hundred tons of powder produced to date.
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.