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3D printing the past

Concept Laser says that has made a 3D printed version of a 2,800 year old Celtic figure of a bronze horse rider found in Germany.

More frequencies, sensor calibration curve interpolation added to AC resistance bridge/controller.

Kyocera Corporation has developed a new series of cermet grades which it says offer a 50% improvement in abrasion resistance over conventional materials.

Thermo Scientific TGA-IR module enhances materials characterization for users of Thermo Scientific FT-IR spectrometers.

Smit Röntgen opens doors for large volume industrial manufacturing of 3D printed pure Tungsten parts.

New LEAP® 5000 delivers 3D Sub-Nanometer analytical performance across a wide variety of metals, semiconductors and insulators.

FEI announces the availability of the NanoEx™-i/v sample holder for atomic-resolution imaging at elevated temperatures and applied electrical bias.

The German Lech-Stahlwerke GmbH works with a new test system from Institut Dr. Foerster GmbH & Co. KG.

Sonoscan® has begun shipping its new Model DF2400™ in its FACTS2™ line of C-SAM® acoustic microscopes.

For the first time, low-cost titanium powders, developed by Metalysis, have been used to 3D print aerospace and automotive parts

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