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Additive manufacturing news

Fraunhofer ILT wins contract to standardize AM

Fraunhofer has been contracted by ASTM International to help standardize machine condition monitoring in laser beam powder bed fusion (LB-PBF).

The University of Waterloo in Canada, has received CAN$8.2 million funding to develop 3D printing partnerships between academic institutions and industry.

Desktop Metal has acquired Aerosint, a Belgian company that specializes in multi-material powder deposition systems for AM.

Metal and carbon fiber additive manufacturing (AM) company Markforged has begun trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol MKFG.

US auto mobility specialist Denso has reportedly invested in metal additive manufacturer (AM) Seurat Technologies.

AM specialist Essentium has expanded its services and support team and promoted Darren Shackelford to vice president of service delivery support.

Amaero International plans to construct an advanced titanium alloy gas atomization powder facility in Victoria, Australia.

The EPMA has released details of the keynote presentations taking place online during Euro PM2021, from 18-22 October 2021.

Researchers have found that a coating of polymer no more than 100µm thick can prevent 3D-printed ceramic structures from shattering.

ExOne has opened a metal 3D printing customer center at its European headquarters in Gersthofen, Germany.

Australian metal 3D printing company SPEE3D has received AUS$1.562 million in funding to develop mass produced metal 3D printed rocket engines.

Researchers have demonstrated the viability of 3D-printed, shape memory polymer scaffolds that harmlessly degrade while promoting tissue regeneration.

Relativity Space, a US manufacturer of 3D printed rockets, has opened a new 1 million ft2 facility in Long Beach, California.

Optomec says that its production facility in South Carolina, USA, has been recertified for ISO 9001 for the 8th consecutive term.

The National Centre for Additive Manufacturing (NCAM) in the UK has released plans to research three important AM topics.

Norsk Titanium, which makes 3D printed titanium parts for aerospace, has received the first part of a grant from the Norwegian government.

The EPMA has revealed details of the special interest seminars taking place online during Euro PM2021 from 18-22 October 2021.

Dean Howard, president of the US-based Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) reports on an extraordinary year in the powder metal (PM) industry.

Rodin Cars, a New Zealand-based automotive manufacturer, has used a 3D printer to produce parts for its FZero racing car.

Wohlers Associates has launched a new podcast featuring interviews with from industry experts about the additive manufacturing (AM) industry.

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