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Additive manufacturing news, April 2017

3D printing specialist Arcam has launches new branding identity for the company.

Scientists have developed a novel process for 3D printing structures using an ink made from simulants of Martian and lunar dust.

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The president and CEO of alloy specialist QuesTek Innovations has been appointed to the US National Academy of Engineering (NAE).

PyroGenesis Canada Inc has tested its plasma arc chemical warfare agents destruction system (PACWADS) using surrogate chemical warfare agent material.

A new report suggests that composite regulation in marine, rail, oil & gas, and construction could save the UK money.

Arcam reports continued growth in its recent interim report.

Stratasys has developed FDM Nylon 12CF, a carbon fiber-filled thermoplastic which could replace metal components in a range of applications.

H.C. Starck reported 2016 turnover of €688.4 million, down from €815.2 million in the previous year.

SIA Engineering Company Limited and 3D printing company Stratasys, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU).

3D printing company PyroGenesis says that it has completed its first powder run with ramp-up already underway to take place over approximately four months.

Penn State University in the US plans to offer residential and online master’s degrees in AM beginning in the autumn of 2017.

The MPIF has announced the recipients of the 2017 MPIF Distinguished Service to Powder Metallurgy (PM) Award.

Norsk Titanium AS has received from Boeing an order for AM structural titanium components.

3D printing company EOS has announced a six-month 3D printing training course.

LPW Technology says that 3D printing machine manufacturer Stratasys has made a strategic investment in its business.

Canada Makes has 3D printed parts to be launched into to space later in 2017.

Materialise NV has announced its financial results for Q4 and the year ended 31 December 2016.

The EPMA is requesting EPMA members to send them PM parts/components for display purposes at various events to help promote the PM industry.

Researchers at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center have developed a method for in situ inspection of additively manufactured (AM) parts.

The University of Akron in Ohio, USA plans to seek FAA approval for ‘cold spray’ repair of corroded and worn parts on commercial aircraft.

Wide-reaching analysis finds more women in research but physical sciences are lagging behind.

LPW Technology Ltd has been named as one of ten recipients for the import/export award in the 2016/17 European Business Awards.

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