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Additive manufacturing news

Metal and carbon fiber 3D printing company Markforged has entered into a definitive agreement to merge with acquisition company one.

Using a two-pronged process, researchers produced hydrogels that mimic the internal structure, stretchiness, strength and durability of biological tissues.

Researchers have developed hydrogels that are cell-compatible, biodegradable and can change shape over time in response to water.

additive manufacturing offers the possibility of tailoring polyethylene implants to individual patients and improving tissue regrowth

Fraunhofer Institute has acquired a hot isostatic press (HIP) to improve its knowledge of pressure-supported heat treatment.

The MPIF has published details of a seminar called ‘Powder Processing: Quality, Handling & Safety for Performance’ as part of PowderMet 2021.

Additive manufacturing (AM) company ExOne has named foundry specialist ABC Corporation as its distributor in South Korea.

The Additive Manufacturing Users Group is now accepting entries for its 3D printing technical competition.

Using 3D aerosol jet-printing, scientists have produced a highly sensitive X-ray detector by printing arrays of perovskite pillars on a graphene substrate.

3D Systems has been selected by the US Army to use additive manufacturing (AM) to help improve heat exchanger parts.

Additive manufacturing (AM) specialist Renishaw has developed a titanium nozzle used to produce nanofiber for a Canadian polymer manufacturer.

The EPMA has added links for PM users to take part in its industry trend surveys for 2021.

The EPMA has made available online videos and pdfs to help students learn more about the steel feedstocks used in producing AM parts.

The EPMA has made available a course covering the use of nickel as feedstock for producing AM parts.

ExOne and Rapidia, a Canadian-based technology company have launched a new two-step metal 3D printer.

Quintus Technologies has published a new whitepaper about how to improve 3D printed titanium alloy parts through hot isostatic pressing.

Senvol and Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) have published a technical report about 3D printing data generation.

The US Office of the Secretary of Defense Manufacturing Technology has released its first additive manufacturing (AM) strategy.

3D Systems plans to expand its Rock Hill, South Carolina location, reportedly adding 100,000 ft2 to its existing headquarters.

Franklin Bronze has acquired a Laser SLA 3D Printer for rapid prototyping and to make short runs of investment cast parts.

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