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Sigma Labs signs a non-binding MOU with Materialise NV

Sigma Labs, Inc, a provider of quality assurance software, and Materialise NV, a leading provider of additive manufacturing software and 3D printing solutions, signed a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding to cooperate in the integration of the Materialise MCP Controller with Sigma Labs’s PrintRite3D technology.

Norsk signs an MOU with Safran Landing Systems

Norsk Titanium announced a Memorandum of Understanding with Safran Landing Systems to demonstrate the technology readiness and maturity of Norsk’s additive manufacturing process in actual titanium forging application.

AMUG recognizes the DINO Award winners

The Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) has presented its prestigious DINO (Distinguished INnovator Operator) Award for additive manufacturing expertise and service to 10 individuals. The awards were presented at the 31st annual users group conference held in Chicago, Illinois.

GKN expands its RRSP contract with Pratt & Whitney

GKN Aerospace announced recently at the Paris Airshow that it has expanded its Risk and Revenue Sharing Partnership (RRSP) with Pratt & Whitney, a division of United Technologies Corp., for the PW1500G and PW1900G engines, adding the Fabricated Fan Case Mount Ring and the Fan Spacer to its workshare.

Oerlikon celebrates the opening of new AM hub in NC

It was warm in every respect at the grand opening of our new additive manufacturing facility in Huntersville, North Carolina, USA, on May 29....

Inkbit works out on the benefits of 3D printing

Inkbit, a startup out of MIT, is working to bring all of the benefits of 3-D printing to a slew of products that have never been printed before — and it is aiming to do so at volumes that would radically disrupt production processes in a variety of industries.

UNYQ launches 3 new personalized products for gamers

UNYQ is pleased to announce the launch of three new personalized products for the global gaming community in collaboration with the Swedish furniture giant IKEA.

Nano receives a grant approval for developing hardware

Nano Dimension Ltd., a leading additive electronics provider recently announced that it has received a grant approval from the Israel Innovation Authority, for developing hardware, in cooperation with Harris Corporation, that will fly on the International Space Station (ISS) and communicate with Harris’ ground-based satellite tracking station in Florida.

NTUitive forms a 3D-printing joint venture with ISF

Nanyang Technological University (NTU)'s innovation and enterprise company, NTUitive has formed a 3D-printing joint venture with ISF Incubator, the technology-focused start-up accelerator arm of the global invention and investment business Intellectual Ventures.

Protolabs launches production capabilities for metal 3D

Digital manufacturing company, Protolabs has launched production capabilities for its metal 3D printing service. The new capabilities use secondary processes to improve the strength, dimensional accuracy, and cosmetic appearance of metal parts.

Sheffield with European consortium develop advance 3D

Researchers at the University of Sheffield are part of a €17m European consortium, developing the next generation of 3D printing technology capabilities to advance the reliability, speed, and quality of Additive Manufacturing (AM), or 3D printing, processes.

Massivit 3D appoints Eyal Manzoor as VP Global Sales

Massivit 3D Printing Technologies, the leading provider of large format 3D printing solutions, has announced the appointment of Eyal Manzoor as the company’s new VP Global Sales.

Zephyr III: the new 3D scanner from KREON

KREON is breaking new ground with the launch of the Zephyr III, a new 3D scanner designed mainly for CMM applications.

ASTM develops a guide for additively manufactured parts

ASTM International’s committee on additive manufacturing technologies (F42) is developing a standard-guide for mechanical testing of additively manufactured plastics (WK66029).

WSU receives project funding from ARM and America Makes

Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing (ARM) awarded funding for Automation Manufacturing – Technicians for the Future, and America Makes awarded funding for a project focused on overcoming the performance limitations and degradation of additive manufacturing (AM) polymer materials when subjected harsh environments.