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Canada Makes 3D prints electric car part

Canada Makes has made an automotive battery box end cap using additive manufacturing (AM).

Additive Industries introduces entry-level 3D printer

Additive Industries has developed an entry-level model of its MetalFAB1 industrial 3D metal printing system.

South West Metal Finishing (SWMF) has developed a new chemical immersion treatment to improve the surface of AM parts for aerospace.

3D printing specialist Markforged says that it has developed a new 3D printing metal method called atomic diffusion additive manufacturing (ADAM).

Machine tool specialist Mazak has introduced a 3D printer that provides both additive and subtractive capabilities.

Sciaky Inc, a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries Inc has supplied Airbus with an electron beam additive manufacturing (EBAM) 3D printer

Concept Laser says that it is 3D printing spare parts for beverage filling plants in Germany.

Concept Laser has integrated an automated guided vehicle (AGV) for the automated movement of modules in its additive manufacturing (AM) systems.

UK AM specialist Renishaw has 3D printed four sets of cockpit brackets for a Hawker Typhoon aircraft.

Concept Laser says that its new 3D printing software makes it possible to view and a range of parameter options.

Simufact Engineering has launched Simufact Additive software for the simulation of metal additive manufacturing processes.

Oerlikon Metco has developed a new multiprocess powder feeder.

A mountain bike frame has been designed and manufactured in the UK by a UK team using metal additive manufacturing.

APWorks, a subsidiary of Airbus Group, has introduced a lightweight 3D printed motorcycle, made using its Scalmalloy aluminium powder.

PyroGenesis Canada Inc says that over 90% of its titanium powders were shown to be below 106μm and over 50% below 45μm.

Researchers in Singapore have developed a titanium-tantalum alloy that could be used to make biocompatible bone replacements using SLM.

Höganäs has developed 17-4 PH stainless steel powder for use with its Digital Metal printing technology.

BioArchitects has received clearance by the U.S. FDA for the company’s 3D printed bespoke titanium cranial/craniofacial plate implant.

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