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Additive manufacturing news, May 2016

Arcam builds new powder manufacturing plant

Arcam’s powder manufacturing subsidiary AP&C, based in Montreal, Canada, continues to add capacity by building a new powder manufacturing plant.

Graphene particles suitable for plastics processing and AM

European plastics organization AIMPLAS has developed improved graphene particle concentrates for conventional plastics processing and AM.

PyroGenesis Canada Inc has announced its Q4 and 2015 results.

CRP Technology has supplied its Windform material to 3D print an unmanned aerial system (UAS).

AM specialist Stratasys has reported revenue of US$167.9 million for Q1 2016, compared to US$172.7 million in the same period last year.

AM specialist Arcam AB is expanding in Germany by opening a new sales office in Stuttgart.

UK-based additive manufacturing (AM) specialist Metalysis has formed a new partnership with K Home International.

Frost & Sullivan has named Divergent 3D as the recipient of its 2016 North American Technology Innovation Award.

Arcam reports that Alcoa has added the Arcam Q20plus, Arcam’s largest, fastest 3D printer, at its facility in Texas.

Toray Industries Inc plans to build a new research base, called the R&D Innovation Center for the Future, at its Shiga plant in Japan.

GKN plc reports that management sales for the three months ended 31 March 2016 were a 12% increase over Q1 2015 figures.

3D Systems has reported revenue of US$152.6 million for the first quarter of 2016, a decrease of 5% from the prior year period.

GE has opened its first additive manufacturing (AM) center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, contributing 50 jobs to local economy.

GKN Sinter Metals plans to focus on additive manufacturing technology for engine design at this year’s Engine Expo.

The Canadian government plans to invest CAN$1,500,000 in the Quebec Metallurgy Centre.

German 3D printing pioneer EOS has opened a new US facility in Pflugerville, Texas.

The global powder injection molding components (PIM) market should reach US$3.1 billion in 2020.

Composites UK has launched the entry process for its 2016 composites industry awards.

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