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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.

Polyga expands the HDI Series by L6 and C504 scanners

Polyga Inc., a developer of professional 3D scanning and mesh processing technologies, has recently announced the expansion of the HDI Compact series of 3D scanners by introducing two new models.

DOST launches AMREL and AMCen research facilities

In its bid to leapfrog ASEAN countries in the additive manufacturing industry, the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) has launched two 3D printing research facilities in the country.

VSHAPER with 3D Industrie offer 3D printing in Germany

On the basis of an agreement signed with a new distributor, VSHAPER will offer its 3D Printing solutions on this perspective and highly technologically advanced market.

PyroGenesis produces titanium powder on its NexGen™

PyroGenesis Canada Inc. has announced recently that PyroGenesis has now produced titanium powder on its NexGen™ Plasma Atomization System with production rates in excess of 25 kg/h.

NexTech acquires high volume 3D scanner for 3D asset

NexTech AR Solutions has announced recently that it has acquired a high volume 3D scanner for 3D digital asset creation. The new equipment can scan as many as 300 objects per day; previously the Company was only able to complete 12 object scans per day.

3D Systems opens a new Advanced AM Center in Italy

3D Systems On Demand’s facility in Pinerolo, T/O, Italy is part of a global network of industry-leading facilities that deliver a full portfolio of conventional and additive manufacturing services that empower designers and engineers with the tools to design, iterate, and produce quality parts.

DNV GL as Lead Researcher of Singapore program

DNV GL has been appointed as the lead researcher of the first phase of a new Singapore-based program to study the feasibility of additive manufacturing (AM), or 3D printing, in the maritime industry.

2-day course on AM in Norway this May

This course will give an overview of available processes, explain their underlying physical principles, present practical examples from joint industry projects, standards and qualification of AM parts, as well as discuss current research.

Siemens and EDAG cooperation promote AM applications

Siemens is intensifying its cooperation with the EDAG Group as a leading global independent engineering company for the automotive industry, to further promote industrial applications of additive manufacturing (AM) and to make engineering and production processes more efficient.

Formlabs launches Form 3 and Form 3L LFS 3D printers

Formlabs, the designer and manufacturer of powerful and accessible 3D printing systems, has recently announced the addition of two new advanced professional Low Force Stereolithography (LFS) 3D printers to its hardware lineup: Form 3 and Form 3L.

Aleph announces industrial 3D printer: LulzBot TAZ Pro

Aleph Objects, Inc., a manufacturer of award-winning LulzBot® 3D Printers, has announced the LulzBot TAZ Pro, its first-ever industrial desktop 3D printer.

Fast Radius raises USD48M in a Series B funding round

Fast Radius, a leading manufacturing technology company, has announced recently that they raised USD48 M in a Series B funding round led by UPS.

Lincoln Electric acquires Baker Industries, Inc.

Lincoln Electric Holdings, Inc. has recently announced that it acquired Baker Industries, Inc. (“Baker”) and related assets. Baker is a privately held Detroit, Michigan-based provider of custom tooling, parts, and fixtures primarily serving automotive and aerospace markets.

AMIC launched officially with Robert as Centre Director

The Additive Manufacturing Innovation Centre (AMIC), the second to be established with Lancaster University, has officially opened with the appointment of Centre Director, Dr. Robert Scudamore.