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Additive manufacturing news, February 2016

GE Global Research has joined the 3MF Consortium.

Prodways joins forces with Nexteam

AM specialist Prodways Group has signed a major partnership agreement with Nexteam Group.

3D printing speicalist NVBOTS has opened NVLABS, an R&D space dedicated to the commercialization of products using metal 3D printing.

The EPMA has appointed Dr Lionel Aboussouan as EPMA deputy executive director.

Arcam’s powder manufacturing subsidiary AP&C has built three new powder atomizing reactors

Puris Inc says that it has successfully produced the largest, complex, 3D-printed titanium part for commercial use.

Bastech has increased its in-house AM capabilities with the addition of a production 3D printer.

Orbital ATK says that it has successfully tested a 3D printed hypersonic engine combustor at NASA Langley Research Center.

LPW Technology reports that its plasma spheroidization equipment can produce higher quality metal powders for use in the AM industry.

Metalysis and TWI are to research 3D printing tantalum powder for bespoke biomedical applications such as hip joints.

The program and online registration is now available for PowderMet.

Additive Industries is launching the second edition of its Additive World Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge.

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FKM Sintertechnik GmbH, a German specialist in selective laser sintering (SLS), has opened a new production hall to make additive manufactured products.

Arcam reports that its net sales in 2015 rose by 70% to SEK576.1 million, compared to SEK 339,0 million in 2014.

Proto Labs has reported full year 2015 revenue up 26% over 2014 figures of US$209.6 million to US$264.1 million.

ARC Group Worldwide Inc says that its fiscal Q1 revenue was US$24.5 million, a decrease of 14.7% compared to the prior year period.

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