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Additive manufacturing news, May 2015

Sigma Labs, Inc has announced financial results for the three months ended 31 March, 2015.

PyroGenesis Canada Inc is shipping the first of ten powder production systems for 3D printing.

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Dr. Richard Grylls has presented a paper about integrating 3D printing within a CNC machine.

UL (Underwriters Laboratories), a global safety science organization, plans to open a global additive manufacturing (AM) center in Singapore.

Sciaky Inc is highlighting its new electron beam additive manufacturing (EBAM) metal 3D printing systems at this year’s RAPID event.

Tekna plans to showcase its TekSphero-15 machine at Powdermet and the Rapid 3D printing show.

America Makes, plans to open another America Makes center on the campus of the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP).

3D Systems has formed a new cooperative R&D agreement with the U.S. Navy to develop and evaluate 3D printing technology.

Arcam’s powder subsidiary, Canada-based AP&C, has started up a third atomization reactor, adding capacity to its titanium powder manufacturing operation.

GPI Prototype & Manufacturing Services Inc has remodelled existing warehouse space.

LPW has been awarded UK government funding through its Advanced Manufacturing Supply Chain Initiative (AMSCI).

NASA engineers have 3D printing the first full-scale, copper rocket engine part as part of its bid to develop technology for Mars exploration.

ARRK Product Development Group is exhibiting its 3D printing capabilities at this year’s BIOMEDevice show in Boston, USA.

Spartacus3D and casting specialist CTIF have formed a collaborative agreement with the aim to become a leader in metal additive manufacturing.

Manufacturing researchers at NIST have set out new guidelines for powder bed fusion additive manufacturing (AM).

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