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Additive manufacturing news, July 2014

Space alloy successfully 3D printed

Metal Technology (MTI), a a long-time fabricator of reactive and refractory alloys, says that it has successfully 3D printed coupons using C-103, a niobium

Zecotek Display Systems Pte Ltd has signed an agreement with the Institute of Chemical Physics of the National Academy of Sciences in Yerevan, Armenia, to

Renishaw has posted revenue for the year ended 30th June 2014 of £355.5 million, compared with £346.9 million for last year, an increase of 2%.

Concept Laser has announced plans to open a US subsidiary, following growing demand for generative laser melting with metals in the USA.

GKN Aerospace is to lead a consortium of UK companies in a £13.4 million programme focusing on the research and development of additive manufacturing (AM)

Start-up company MatterFab has developed a low cost based powder bed fusion metal 3D printer which could revolutionise design and manufacturing.

The ASTM plans to create a new standard, Guide for Characterizing Properties of Metal Powders Used for Additive Manufacturing Processes.

ARC Group Worldwide has appointed Tim Warden as vice president of sales and business development for 3DMT, a newly created role.

In its interim report from January to June 2014, Arcam notes a strong order intake and an increase in net sales by 21%.

3D printing specialist EOS has moved into a new technology and customer centre in its headquarters in Krailling, Germany.

Metalysis has won the Customer Value Leadership Award for 3D Printing in the Frost & Sullivan Best Practice Awards 2014.

Turbocam Energy Solutions, a developer of special processes for turbomachinery products, is working with the University of New Hampshire (UNH) to evaluate

3D printing specialist Optomec has been awarded a major project from America Makes (the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute) to improve ad

Toolcraft, a manufacturer of precision metal parts and components, is using metal powders sourced from LPW Technology to make its 3D printed parts.

PyroGenesis Canada, a developer of advanced plasma processes, has signed a US$12.5 million contract to supply powder production systems for 3D printing to

THE MPIF is now accepting abstracts for PowderMet 2015, and the AMPM conference which runs concurrently.

The EPMA has celebrated its 25th anniversary with a special one off seminar and annual meeting for its 60 members.

Aerojet Rocketdyne says that it has successfully completed tests on a demonstration rocket engine built entirely with additive manufacturing (AM).

Sigma Labs, a developer of quality inspection systems for metal-based additive manufacturing (AM), has moved into its manufacturing phase with the purchase

Linear Mold & Engineering, a specialist in mould rapid tooling, has announced plans to expand its 24,000 ft2 headquarters in the US by 17,000 ft2.

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