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Additive manufacturing news, August 2017

US 3D printing trade association America Makes has recently celebrated its five-year anniversary.

LPW Technology has created the LPW/Royal Academy of Engineering Research Chair in ‘Alloy and microstructure design for additive layer manufacturing’ .

LPW Technology plans to showcase a range of its products at this year’s TCT Show, taking place at the NEC in Birmingham, UK.

GE Additive says that it is actively selecting companies to become certified additive production centers for its customers.

Croft Additive Manufacturing (CAM) plans to run a new industry workshop to support those wanting to find out more about metal 3D printing and its benefits.

Additive manufacturing (AM) company 3D Metalforge has received ISO9001:2015 accreditation.

The latest research from POWDERMET2017 and AMPM2017 has been released in two new electronic publications.

3D Systems reported revenue growth of 1% to US$159.5 million compared to US$158.1 million in the second quarter of the previous year.

Additive manufacturing company Sintavia, has hired two new VPs.

A UK-based technology consulting firm plans to run a series of additive manufacturing training sessions in the autumn of 2017 for the public.

H.C. Starck has introduced the Amperprint range, consisting of gas atomized metal powders specifically designed for additive manufacturing (AM).

Renishaw has reported first half year revenue of £240.4 million, an increase of 21% from £198.5 million for the same period of 2016.

AM company ExOne has produced a fully 3D printed, interlocking designer steel necklaces of its kind for the LACE by Jenny Wu jewelry line.

COSM Advanced Manufacturing Systems LLC has been selected to design an electron beam 3D printing system for an in-space autonomous assembly program.

An official call for presentations has been announced for AMPM2018, taking place in San Antonio, Texas, from 17–20 June 2018.

3D printing specialist Renishaw and Aeromet International Limited plan to improve the processing of Aeromet’s A20X aluminium alloy.

Fisher Unitech, which makes 3D design software tools, has partnered with Desktop Metal to add metal 3D printing solutions to its portfolio.

Emerging Implant Technologies GmbH (EIT) says that it has received full approval from the FDA to commercialize its spinal interbody products.

Wind company Hover Energy has entered into a cooperative research and development agreement with Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

Goceram AB has established a strategic partnership with DPP Technologies, a developer of 3D printers based on direct pellet extrusion (DPE).

Five special tracks have been announced for the technical program at SAE 2017 AeroTech Congress and Exhibition.

MIT and Columbia University have developed a tool that makes it easier for designers to edit, improve, and improve CAD models.

voestalpine plans to invest €20 million in expanding metal powder production for additive manufacturing (AM).

Mercedes-Benz Trucks says that it has made its first additive manufactured (AM) spare part made of metal, a thermostat cover for truck and Unimog models.

Additive manufacturing (AM) specialist Sintavia LLC has acquired a large scale EOS M400 system.

Renishaw has reported first half year revenue of £240.4 million, compared with the previous year’s figure of £198.5 million, a growth of 21%.

Materials company BASF plans to establish a new group company, BASF 3D Printing Solutions GmbH, from September 2017.

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