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Additive manufacturing news, December 2017

Silicone inks allow researchers to print life-like artificial organs

Researchers have 3D printed life-like artificial organs that mimic the exact anatomical structure, mechanical properties, and look and feel of real organs.

With 3D printing, researchers have created a metamaterial from cubic building blocks that rotates about its axis in response to compression forces.

Researchers have developed a bacteria-containing, hydrogel-based ink for producing objects with various different properties by 3D printing.

Arcam AB plans to move its electron beam melting (EBM) additive manufacturing (AM) business.

Additive manufacturing (AM) technology was reportedly able achieve exception levels of strength and ductility when compared to counterparts.

Renishaw has supplied metal additive manufacturing (AM) technology to help develop lightweight titanium wheels.

A new desktop 3D printer is up to 10 times faster than existing commercial counterparts, producing Lego-sized objects in minutes rather than an hour.

New research reveals that when spraying metal coatings, melting hinders rather than helps.

AM specialist Renishaw has become a gold sponsor of a North American based head and neck reconstruction organisation.

Mott Corporation says that it presented a range of 3D printing porous technology at the International Conference on Sintering.

Arcam AB plans to look into strategic alternatives regarding DiSanto Technology.

Using 3D printers, engineers have turned formerly theoretical structures known as schwarzites into strong, light materials with repeating patterns.

GKN Additive, has added AncorTi Beta 21S to its portfolio of AncorAM powders for additive manufacturing (AM).

The EPMA is calling for papers covering hot isostatic pressing (HIP) for the Euro PM2018 Congress & Exhibition.

GE and Concept Laser plan to open a new additive manufacturing (AM) plant in Lichtenfels, Germany.

Simple solution could radically broaden the range of metal alloys that can be produced by additive manufacturing.

The Association for Metal Additive Manufacturing (AMAM) says that is now accepting charter members till the end of 2018.

Powder metallurgy specialist GKN plans to showcase its ideas to use 3D printing to help the development of electric vehicles (EVs).

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