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Additive manufacturing news, February 2015

Fonon Technologies, a supplier of laser-based materials processing systems for 3D printing, has assumed full control of Mabwe Minerals Inc, a natural resou

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The ExOne Company has introduced Innovent, a 3D printing system designed especially for research and education.

LPW Technology has announced a strategic partnership with Shaanxi 3D Technology to develop the use of metal powders for additive manufacturing (AM) in Chin

Arcam has received an order for one of its Arcam Q20 system from LAI International in Phoenix. The system will be used for production of aerospace componen

Avure Technologies, a manufacturer of ultra-high pressure systems, has opened an Application Center in Västerås, Sweden, for the development of hot and col

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The University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) is to lead a new £6 million European-funded project to develop an advanced lightw

3D Systems (3DS) has been awarded two research contracts worth over US$1 million to develop advanced manufacturing capabilities for aerospace and defense.

Engineers from Trinity College Dublin are leading a four-year, €500,000 European Space Agency (ESA) project to fine-tune cold spray (CS) technology, which

A new report suggests that 3D printing’s market share will increase to 40% by the end of the year, boosted by a trend toward personal manufacturing and sma

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Arcam AB, a supplier of additive manufacturing (AM) machines, has reported that its net sales increased by 70% to SEK339.0 million in 2014, compared to SEK

LPW Technology has recently added ISO 13485 certification for medical supply to its existing quality control standards, AS 9100 and AS 9120 for aerospace,

PTI Engineered Plastics has moved into metal 3D printing with its acquisition of a Lumex Avance-25, made by Matsuura Japan.

Zecotek Photonics says that it has developed a way of producing metal powders for 3D printing that has a number of benefits over traditional techniques.

UK additive manufacturing (AM) leader Renishaw has reported that its first half year revenue increased 36%, from £164.0 million to £223.8 million.

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