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Additive manufacturing news, December 2015

Top 5 news items of 2015 from Materials Today.

AlphaSTAR Corporation’s Genoa 3D printing simulation software has been selected as a winner of the 2015 R&D 100 Award.

Additive manufacturing (AM) specialist Optomec reports that GE Ventures and Autodesk Inc have both made strategic investments in the company.

Norsk Titanium says that it has demonstrated its RPD process to aerospace participants of the European Space Agency (ESA) €20 million AMAZE initiative.

Marc Saunders from Renishaw has created a video which discusses how AM relies on a chain of processes.

The EPMA has announced that Jonathan Wroe, EPMA executive director, passed away on Friday 4 December after a short illness.

ARRK has expanded its operations in the UK by opening a new dedicated building for rapid CNC machining in Gloucester.

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


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


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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