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Additive manufacturing news, October 2017

EuroPM: review

The EPMA reports from its recent PM show, which took place in Milan, Italy, at the beginning of October.

Additive manufacturing organization America Makes says that for the first time, its annual members meeting will be open to non-members.

America Makes and ANSI have launched phase 2 of the America Makes & ANSI Additive Manufacturing Standardization Collaborative (AMSC).

Arcam reports in its new interim report an increase in net sales of 31% to SEK 575.4 million, up from SEK 440.2 million.

LPW Technology will be showcasing its new range of ‘clean’ powders for AM at Formnext 2017.

EPMA and the EuroAM Sectoral Group have launched the second edition of its Introduction to Additive Manufacturing Technology booklet.

GE Additive, Concept Laser and Arcam AB have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with GKN to collaborate on additive manufacturing (AM).

Global aerospace and automotive engineering Group GKN has formed a new brand for its additive manufacturing (AM) activity.

The MPIF says that it has published the preliminary programs for POWDERMET2018 and AMPM2018.

Using zirconium-based nanoparticles, researchers have developed a novel technique for successfully 3D printing high-strength alloys.

The MPIF reports that a NSF grant will be provided to select US students to attend its POWDERMET2018 and AMPM2018 conferences in June 2018.

AM specialist Sintavia and the Trumpf Group plan to promote the use of Trumpf TruPrint metal printers in the aerospace industry.

FOMAS Group and INTECO Group have signed a cooperation agreement to produce metal powders for the additive manufacturing (AM) market.

LPW Technology is working with Exactech, which makes bone and joint restoration products.

Germany-based BigRep, which makes large industrial 3D printers, has hired Frank Marangell as its new president for the US operations.

LPW Technology Ltd, which makes metal powders for Additive Manufacturing (AM), has published a new case study on maraging steel.

A polymer ink for 3D printing that expands after it solidifies can produce printable structures that spontaneously fold themselves up.

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