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Additive manufacturing news, June 2014

The MPIF has issued a call for papers for AMPM2015, its additive manufacturing (AM) with powder metallurgy conference.

GE builds US$400 million manufacturing facility to research 3D printing

GE Power & Water has invested US$400 million over ten years in building a facility that will research “advanced manufacturing”, including rapid prototyping

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) researchers in the US have developed a new and more efficient approach to the problem to setting process para

Cleveland State University’s Washkewicz College of Engineering and Rapid Prototype + manufacturing (rp+m) have been awarded a US$293,500 to develop its add

Automotive supplier Mahle has teamed up with DM3D Technology, a USbased 3D additive metal service company, to deliver automotive components using DM3D's di

Rocket manufacturer SpaceX says that it has successfully tested the SuperDraco thruster, a 3D printed engine that will power a spacecraft’s launch escape s

Plansee has developed a new additive manufacture (AM) process involving selective laser melting suitable for use with tungsten and molybdenum.

Arcam has developed an Inconel 718 process for use in Arcam’s electron beam melting (EBM) systems. The process will be initially available for the Arcam A

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Doctors and scientists at Southampton University in the UK have completed their first hip surgery of a 3D printed implant and bone stem cell graft.

EOS’s US business says it has integrated its strategic partners, Advanced Laser Materials and Integra, to improve its service and application offerings in

The Laser Institute of America will hold its laser additive manufacturing workshop (LAM2015) in Orlando, Florida, on 4–5 March 2015.

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