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Additive manufacturing news, December 2016

Canada invests in advanced engineering

The government of Canada via investment office FedDev Ontario plans to contribute up to US$7.3 million to technology institution Niagara College.

The European Defence Agency (EDA) has launched a project covering additive manufacturing (AM) and defense.

Arcam AB has announced that the members of the company’s nomination committee have resigned.

The Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) is seeking nominations for the MPIF Distinguished Service to Powder Metallurgy Award.

Sintavia LLC a specialist in metal additive manufacturing (AM), has appointed Carolyn Allan as its global marketing manager.

Renishaw has made use of metal 3D printing to produce components to help improve the performance of the Land Rover BAR boat.

Additive manufacturing (AM) researchers at Pitt have received an Early Stage Innovations (ESI) grant from NASA.

PyroGenesis Canada Inc, which developed metal powder for 3D printing, plans to purchase up to 5,000,000 of its common shares.

AD3 Printing and other 3D printing companies have announced the fifth edition of the Carbon Fiber Design Contest 2017.

Ames Laboratory has been awarded US$5 million to improve metal powders used in additive manufacturing (AM).

Composites Europe will take place annually in Stuttgart, Germany from next year.

The Fives Michelin Additive Solutions joint venture (JV) has launched an applied research program for metal additive manufacturing.

Do you qualify for the 2017 Reaxys PhD Prize?

Looking at the use of additive manufacturing to provide customized clinical care to an individual animal patient.

Metalysis Ltd reports that it has successfully produced graphene using the company’s proprietary electrochemical metal powder manufacturing process.

Experts from the automotive and manufacturing technology industries have attended at a workshop at GKN.

Materials testing consultancy Lucideon has released a new white paper entitled ‘Additive Manufacturing – a Metallurgical Perspective’.

LPW Technology’s technical director Andy Florentine, delivered a presentation on 3D printing at Daresbury Laboratory, Cheshire, UK, on 29 November.

PyroGenesis Canada Inc has reported revenue of US$1,902,748 in Q3 2016, an increase of 40% over the same period in 2015.

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