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Additive manufacturing news, July 2016

GKN Aerospace and Rolls-Royce extend multi million agreement

GKN Aerospace and Rolls-Royce have agreed to extend the companies partnership on the Trent XWB-84 large aero engine.

According to Sputnik News, Russian state metal powder producer Rosatom plans to 3D print manufacturing parts for the nuclear industry.

GKN Hoeganaes has agreed to enter into a joint venture agreement with TLS Technik.

US 3D printing institute America Makes has announced the seven projects covering additive manufacturing (AM) that will receive funding of US$5.5 million.

3D printing software specialist Materialise has formed a new collaboration with DePuy Synthes, a supplier of medical devices.

The organizers of the 3D Print show, which takes place in Lyon, France, have revealed the conference program.

A new 3D printing process can produce lightweight, strong and super-elastic metallic nanostructured materials with unprecedented scalability.

Numanova has received a municipal license to produce metal powders.

Norsk Titanium has signed a LTA with aircraft component manufacturer Mecachrome to deliver titanium components produced by Norsk’s RPD process.

Sciaky Inc has supplied an electron beam additive manufacturing (EBAM) system to EWI.

AM techniques featuring atomic precision could one day create materials with increased flexibility and toughness.

America Makes has awarded the University of Dayton Research Institute (UDRI) US$10 million to research Air Force AM parts.

GKN Sinter Metals hosted a round of talks between manufacturing companies in Bonn, Germany last month.

ANSYS and the University of Pittsburgh have formed a partnership to develop products to help improve additive manufacturing (AM).

AP&C has agreed on an investment in a new powder plant.

Alcoa has opened a new 3D printing metal powder production facility at its technology center.

Arcam plans to hold a production and investor day on 12 October 2016.

Norsk Titanium AS has received US$25 million funding to expand its aerospace AM operations.

Research institute Fraunhofer IFAM has installed one of Arcam’s Q20plus selective electron beam melting 3D printing machines.

The Basic Powder Metallurgy (PM) Short Course, the PM industry's longest running course, is now open for registration, according to the MPIF.

SLM Solutions Group AG, a provider of metal-based additive manufacturing (AM) technology, plans to create a joint venture with PKM Future Holding GmbH.

A novel 3D bioprinting process that uses strands of cow cartilage as ink may one day create cartilage patches for worn out joints.

Solutions has published a new white paper on metal AM processes.

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