HAL and Wipro 3D, the metal additive manufacturing (AM) business of Wipro Infrastructure Engineering (WIN), have signed an MOU recently to design, develop, prove out, manufacture and repair of aerospace components using metal additive technology.
The Department of Defense has awarded Virginia Tech researchers USD3.8 M in support of the Office of Naval Research’s Manufacturing Engineering Education Program.
A USD400K piece of equipment provided by Honeywell expands the University of Arizona’s additive manufacturing initiative with its ability to print metal components for aerospace and medical needs.
Sumitomo Corporation, through Sumitomo Corporation of Americas (SCOA), announced recently its investment in Elementum 3D, Inc., an additive manufacturing research and development company that specializes in the creation of advanced metals, composites, and ceramics.
Henkel and Fortify recently initiated a development agreement that allows both companies to mutually combine their areas of expertise and further drive the potential of additive manufacturing.
A £39,000 Regional Selective Assistance (RSA) grant from Scottish Enterprise will help to realize the three-year growth plan being rolled out by Brechin-based 3D-printing specialist Angus 3D Solutions.
A team of Penn State engineering faculty and students is working with small-to-medium-sized foundries across Pennsylvania to aid in the transition away from using harmful silica sands in the metal casting process and to reduce costs through 3D printing.
An international collaboration between France-based metal AM company AddUp Group and the DOE’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) seeks to further advance powder bed fusion 3D printing for the production of metal molds and tooling.
The University of Exeter, in collaboration with Victrex, has completed commissioning of the new EOS P 810, laser sintering platform for high-temperature polymers.
Precision-tool and component manufacturer Knust-Godwin has announced the purchase of its first VELO3D Sapphire metal additive manufacturing (AM) system.
Anisoprint launched a new product: ProM IS 500. It is the first industrial 3D printer specifically designed to print high-temperature thermoplastics with continuous fiber reinforcement.
The Mannheim-based Röchling Group is exploring new horizons in manufacturing. Recently, the specialist in high-performance plastics established Röchling Direct Manufacturing GmbH, headquartered in Waldachtal in the German state of Baden-Württemberg.
Wilhelmsen and technology group thyssenkrupp recently announced their collaboration to jointly develop Additive Manufacturing (AM) enabled commercial solutions for the maritime industry.
Xometry, the marketplace for On-Demand manufacturing, announced the acquisition of Munich-based Shift, the On-Demand manufacturing marketplace in Europe.
Carpenter Technology Corporation recently announced the grand opening of its Emerging Technology Center (ETC) in Athens, Alabama.