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Additive manufacturing news, July 2015

AM specialist Renishaw’s new Innovation Centre has been formally opened by Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal.

America Makes is releasing to its membership its America Makes Capabilities Database.

America Makes has announced the name of the nine projects it plans to fund as part of its call for AM applied research and development projects.

ARC Group Worldwide’s additive manufacturing (AM) division, 3D Material Technologies, has purchased additional metal 3D printing machines.

Proto Labs Inc has acquired a new facility to expand its 3D printing service into a larger and more efficient additive manufacturing (AM) space.

EOS has entered into a strategic cooperation with GF Machining Solutions to develop products combining both companies’ technologies.

Arcam says that its net sales increased by 136 % to SEK262 million between January and June 2015, up from SEK111 million.

The EPMA reports that PM Structural Parts will once again feature in the Euro PM technical program.

Sigma Labs Inc has formed a joint venture with Cincinnati-based Arete Innovative Solutions LLC.

Linear Mold & Engineering has added new 3D printing machinery to help match the company’s rapid growth.

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Dubai is planning to build the world’s first fully functional 3D printed building, according to the Gulf News.

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Materials company BASF has agreed to invest US$25 million in 3D printing company Materialise, headquartered in Leuven, Belgium.

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The EPMA’s Additive Manufacturing Sectoral Group recently celebrated the fast-growing success of the new industry by a well-attended Open Meeting.

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The University of Pittsburgh in the US has received a US$1 million award to develop nuclear plant components using additive manufacturing (AM).

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