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Additive manufacturing news, March 2016

Johns Hopkins opens additive manufacturing center of excellence

The Johns Hopkins University APL has established a center of excellence to guide major advances in additive manufacturing (AM).

The Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) has launched a new website design.

The HORIZON 3D printing £13.4 million research and development program has had its fourth project meeting.

Members of the LIGHT additive manufacturing (AM) project consortium in the UK plan to share their findings from the two-year project at an event in April.

Metalysis has received an investment of £20 million to develop its metal powder production technology for commercial production.

Penn State researchers have released a roadmap to accelerate the design and application of AM materials over the next 10 years.

HiETA Technologies has received £1.7 million to lead a project developing new lighter vehicle components made from advanced aluminum alloys.

GKN Sinter Metals has updated its company website. The site now has a simplified, functional navigation as well as new content, the company says.

3D printing specialist Fabrisonic has published a new whitepaper.

Aerojet Rocketdyne has tested a rocket engine featuring a core main injector built using additive manufacturing (AM) technology.

Global medical technology business Smith & Nephew has developed a 3D printed titanium implant which could replace other porous implants.

Cooksongold has introduced platinum metal powder at the Baselworld Jewellery Fair, taking place from the 17–24 March 2016 in Basel, Switzerland.

America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute, is now calling for additive manufacturing (AM) project bids.

Composites Germany has opened a call for presentations for the second International Composites Congress (ICC).

LPW Technology will be showing its Total Powder Manufacturing (TPM) additive manufacturing (AM) system at TCT Asia.

Nano Dimension Technologies is developing 3D printing methods for a nanoparticle nickel material.

The CPI is building a high energy ball-mill (HEBM) pilot plant for the production and validation of nanostructured powders.

Renishaw has announced plans to take on 45 new apprentices this year, according to the Western Daily Press website.

Renishaw plans to introduce its new RenAM 500M additive manufacturing system at the MACH trade show.

Understanding the complex physics behind AM is a vital step in developing the technology, according to LLNL researchers.

Sigma Labs has entered into a technology development agreement with 3DSIM.

Italeaf has created a new company for the production of metal powder and new alloys.

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