Home Business

Business

GrapheneCA signs an MOU with Apis Cor

GrapheneCA, graphene producer and developer of graphene-based technology for industries and consumers, has announced that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with Apis...

UConn acquires HuskyJet: a new inkjet 3D-printer

The UConn National Science Foundation (NSF) SHAP3D site, and its site director, Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering Anson Ma, have acquired a state-of-the-art Pilot...

Nano Dimension introduces DragonFly LDM

Nano Dimension Ltd., the additive electronics provider for electronics, recently introduced its new DragonFly Lights-Out Digital Manufacturing (LDM) printing technology, the industry’s only comprehensive...

MTC signs a strategic partnership with IMR

The Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) has signed a strategic partnership with Irish Manufacturing Research (IMR). The Anglo-Irish link-up aims to increase research, technology and skills transfers between the UK and Ireland.

NASA awards USD73.7 M contract to Made In Space

NASA has awarded a USD73.7 M contract to Made In Space, Inc. of Mountain View, California, to demonstrate the ability of a small spacecraft, called Archinaut One, to manufacture and assemble spacecraft components in low-Earth orbit.

Sheffield and Weir to first install the Studio System

Two leading manufacturing centres of excellence in the UK have been named as the first to install a transformative additive manufacturing technology, developed by Desktop Metal.

NIF laser diodes reduce stress in metal 3D parts

In 3-D printing, residual stress can build up in parts during the printing process due to the expansion of heated material and contraction of cold material. This can generate forces that can distort the part and cause cracks that can weaken or even tear it to pieces, especially in metals.

US DOE awards USD1 M to the researchers at Swanson

The U.S. Department of Energy, through its University Turbine Systems Research program, has awarded researchers at the University of Pittsburgh’s Swanson School of Engineering USD802,400 to find an effective quality assurance method for additive manufacturing of new-generation gas turbine components.

Ascent invests in LSAM machine from Thermwood

Ascent Aerospace, a leading provider of aerospace tooling systems, factory automation, and integration solutions, announced its recent investment of a Large Scale Additive Manufacturing (LSAM) machine from Thermwood Corporation.

New and improved tools in Authentise 3Diax

Authentise’s development roadmap is full of exciting items bringing an enhanced AM work environment. Authentise makes sure that all features are as polished and well integrated as possible before releasing them.

UTS & IMCRC celebrate first-year of research alliance

Downer’s Mineral Technologies business and research alliance partners, University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and Innovative Manufacturing CRC (IMCRC) recently celebrated its first year researching solutions that will revolutionize the way mining products are manufactured by using additive manufacturing.

Zafiropoulo joins Printerprezz’s Board of Advisors

PrinterPrezz Inc., recently announced that Arthur Zafiropoulo, a visionary recognized for his leadership skills and technical expertise throughout the semiconductor industry, will join its board of advisors.

SAMSON enters a new era in product development

SAMSON is entering a new era in product development by taking up additive prototype manufacturing. The prototypes are built up layer-by-layer using the SLM (Selective Laser Melting) powder bed fusion technique.

AMUG installs new board for FY19 20

The Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) installed its 2019‑2020 board on July 1, 2019. The nine-member board is comprised of both elected and appointed positions.

Evonik launches RESOMER® for bioresorbable implants

Evonik, a global leader in biomaterials for medical implants, recently announced the launch of a new line of RESOMER® Filaments to enable the 3D printing of personalized, high-resolution bioresorbable implants.