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Additive manufacturing news, June 2017

NanoSteel has introduced its first product for the laser powder bed fusion additive manufacturing (AM) process.

Additive Industries joins forces with F1 team

The Sauber F1 Team and Additive Industries have announced a three-year partnership.

Spirit AeroSystems and Norsk Titanium AS have entered into a agreement to produce 3D printed titanium components.

US-based Momentum Technologies has non-exclusively licensed Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s 3D-printed magnet technology.

3D Systems has appointed John J Tracy to its board of directors.

Carpenter Technology Corporation has entered into a supply relationship with Desktop Metal, Inc.

Additive manufacturing (AM) specialists 3D Systems have created a certified partner program for medical device additive manufacturing companies.

UK 3D printing specialist Renishaw says that it will exhibit at range of metrology and additive manufacturing systems at EMO Hannover 2017.

GKN Hoeganaes, which makes metal powders, has started production of titanium powder at its additive manufacturing (AM) facility in New Jersey, USA.

Simufact Engineering has released a new version of its simulation solution for metal-based additive manufacturing.

Cooksongold, which makes 3D printers for precious metal, has supplied a machine to jewelru compan B.M.C. srl.

Senvol, which supplies additive manufacturing (AM) data, has been selected as a ‘Cool Vendor’ in AM by research and advisory company Gartner.

GE Additive and medical technology company Stryker have entered a partnership agreement to support Stryker’s growth in additive manufacturing (AM).

Taiyo Nippon Sanso Corporation and LPW Technology Ltd have formed a strategic alliance to promote the adoption of AM in the production environment.

LPW Technology Ltd has published a new datasheet entitled ‘Quantitative shape analysis of metal powder samples by morphology’.

Oerlikon plans to showcase a number of its products at the Paris Air Show taking place next week.

The European Space Agency (ESA) has reportedly set up a new UK-based ‘one-stop shop’ covering additive manufacturing (AM).

Inert, which makes hermetic systems, and sieving company Sievgen have formed a new partnership.

The Additive Manufacturing Users’ Group (AMUG) has issued a call for nominations for the 2018 AMUG Innovator Award.

Methods 3D has formed a partnership with Markforged, which specialises in composites 3D printing.

3D printing company ExOne has reported financial results today for the first quarter ended March 31, 2017.

GE is developing its Center for Additive Technology Advancement (CATA) in Pittsburgh, USA, into what it calls a ‘Customer Experience Center’ (CEC).

Inert has developed a new de-powdering enclosure with gas management system for additive manufacturing (AM).

ARC Group Worldwide has reported Q3 2017 revenue of US$25.5 million, compared to US$24.9 for the fiscal third quarter of 2016.

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