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PyroGenesis Board grants PyroGenesis Additive spin-off

PyroGenesis Canada Inc, has recently announced that the Board of Directors has approved the implementation of the necessary steps to spin-off PyroGenesis Additive, a division specializing in developing, commercializing and advancing plasma atomized metal powder for the additive manufacturing industry.

Robert Bird: an inaugural member of Dubai’s Centre

Robert Bird Group is proud to be an inaugural member of the American University of Dubai’s Centre for 3D Concrete Printing and Digital Construction.

Bossard expands its expertise in AM with Ecoparts

The Bossard Group continues to expand its expertise in additive manufacturing with a 30% share of Ecoparts AG in Hinwil, Switzerland.

TAU prints first 3D heart using a patient’s own cells

Tel Aviv University researchers have "printed" the world's first 3D vascularised engineered heart using a patient's own cells and biological materials.

Cummins invests in 3D printing binder jet technologies

Cummins Inc is adding to its additive manufacturing capabilities by investing in a new, high-precision 3D metal printing technology called binder jet. This investment is just the next step in Cummins’ plan to revolutionize its manufacturing processes and accelerate the company’s trajectory toward scaled production in additive technologies.

MHI commercialize a metal 3D printer using laser beams

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Machine Tool Co., Ltd., a group company of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) based in Ritto, Shiga Prefecture, has commercialized a metal 3D printer applying laser-based metal additive manufacturing technology, and delivery of the first unit was completed in March to the Industrial Research Center of Shiga Prefecture, which is also located in Ritto.

HRL obtain registration from the Aluminum Association

HRL Laboratories, LLC, is commercializing its additively manufactured (3D-printed) high-strength aluminum, which has obtained the first ever registration of an additive alloy from the Aluminum Association.

Sealy develops a new high-tech approach: MAHAM

By applying MAHAM — which Sealy pronounces “mayhem” — or multi-process asynchronous hybrid additive manufacturing techniques to 3D additive metal printing, Sealy hopes to create lighter and stronger metal materials that could have life-saving and money-saving applications.

Tufts develop 3D metamaterials with optical properties

The fabrication methods developed by the researchers demonstrate the potential, both present and future, of 3D printing to expand the range of geometric designs and material composites that lead to devices with novel optical properties.

Aerojet successfully completes the testing of RL10C-X

Aerojet Rocketdyne has successfully completed initial testing of a nearly flight-weight and production-ready configuration of its next-generation RL10C-X upper-stage rocket engine that contains major components produced with the company’s industry-leading 3-D printing technology.

Moog collaborates with Microsoft, Air New Zealand & ST

Moog Inc. has recently announced a world first experiment conducted in conjunction with Microsoft, Air New Zealand, and ST Engineering which has the potential to create a point of use, time of need digital supply chain™.

Bastian launches new Shuttle System built through AM

Bastian Solutions has currently debuted the Bastian Solutions Shuttle System, a robotic materials handler with unparalleled efficiency and flexibility made possible with parts designed and built through additive manufacturing.

DFAM accelerates the growth of Additive Manufacturing

Additive manufacturing (AM) is poised to be on the brink of becoming the disruptive technology that many have long expected. Disruptive technologies are often deemed too costly, less capable, or too niche to replace incumbent technology.

Audi expands polymer 3D printing in production

Audi is expanding the use of 3D printers in Production. Custom designed and locally printed, auxiliary tools from the 3D printer help employees on...

NASA tests rocket thrust chamber that endures heat

It is rocket science—one NASA project is revolutionizing how liquid rocket engines are made. Additive manufacturing, better known as 3D printing, combined with advanced composite technology could help rocket engines be lighter, cheaper and easier to make.