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Additive manufacturing news, December 2014

Christchurch, New Zealand based Ossis Ltd says that it has supplied 3D printed titanium parts for over 55 successful operations to date.

Hypertherm announces new CEO

Hypertherm, a manufacturer of plasma, laser, and waterjet cutting systems, has announced its new CEO

Machine tool specialist Mazak Corporation has introduced a new 3D printing machine which can print, join, and finish metal components.

Scientists in China have reportedly produced a metal 3D printing machine which astronauts will be able to use while on space missions.

3D printing specialist SLM Solutions Group AG discussed additive manufacturing (AM) for aircraft repair and maintenance at the Aviation Forum which took pl

Arcam has received an order for five of its Q10 systems from Italian orthopedic specialist Lima Corporate.

Concept Laser and design engineering firm RSC Engineering GmbH have announced a strategic partnership to develop the design and engineering of laser-fused

H.C. Starck and Rapid Prototype and Manufacturing (rp+m) have agreed to jointly develop products metal additive manufacturing (AM).

A UK research organisation has set up a new initiative to help develop standards and deliver safety and consistency in additive-manufactured products for e

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