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Additive manufacturing news, February 2014

EOS introduces large volume metal printer in the UK

EOS has launched in the UK an additive manufacturing (AM) system with a build volume of 400 x 400 x 400 mm with the potential for high-volume production of

UK’s largest manufacturing event now features 3D printing

MACH 2014, the largest event in the UK for manufacturing technologies, will include a new 3D printing zone.

Laser fusing specialist Concept Laser plans to open a new development centre at the company’s headquarters in Lichtenfels, Germany.

The global market for 3D printing materials is expected to reach $408.5 million by 2018, says a new report.

Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh Swanson School of Engineering have been awarded an America Makes grant to look into integrating a computer-de

The Consortium for Research and Innovation in Aerospace in Quebec (CRIAQ) has launched a project entitled Additive Manufacturing Technologies for Aerospace

Manufacturing companies in the UK have been granted £887,000 to kickstart a project to test and develop the additive manufacture (AM) of lightweight metal

Arcam says that its net sales increased by 43% to SEK199.4 million in 2012, up from SEK139.1 million in the previous year.

According to an assessment carried out by EOS and Airbus, using direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) instead of rapid investment casting to create a aerospa

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Sigma Labs’ subsidiary, B6 Sigma Inc has been awarded an additive manufacturing (AM) research project from the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation I

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