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Additive manufacturing news, February 2018

AM company LPW Technology has been ranked in the Sunday Times Lloyds SME Export Track 100 for the second year running.

Boeing and engineering company Oerlikon have signed an agreement to develop standard materials and processes for metal-based AM.

By binding metal ions to organic molecules, scientists have developed a novel 3D printing technique for fabricating complex nanoscale metal structures.

The Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) says that a preliminary 2018 AMUG Conference Agenda is now available on the AMUG website.

3D printing company EOS says that it plans to expand its footprint in Asia-Pacific.

LPW Technology Ltd will be showcasing its metal powders for additive manufacturing (AM) at TCT Asia.

GE Additive has appointed Jason Oliver as CEO and vice president, GE Additive.

3d printing company EOS says that it has expanded its production capacity.

Granta Design, which makes additive manufacturing (AM) software, has released the underlying data structures of its AM data management solution.

The programs for AMPM2018 and PowderMet2018 are now available online.

Sandvik plans to invest around SEK 200 million in a new plant which will make titanium and nickel fine metal powders.

Additive manufacturing (AM) organization America Makes has launched a framework for a new AM/3D printing technician registered apprenticeship.

Russian nuclear fuel supplier TVEL Fuel Company of Rosatom has formed a subsidiary to help develop additive manufacturing (AM).

Additive manufacturing (AM) company XJet Ltd plans to exhibit its ceramic 3D printing machine at ceramitec 2018.

The European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA) says that its Euro PM Congress & Exhibition has attracted a record number of abstracts.

The 3D printing industry is anticipated to touch US$17.2 billion mark by 2020, according to www. researchnester.com.

Additive manufacturing enables an improvement in the strength of 316L stainless steel without adversely affecting ductility.

Sintavia has received internal approval to make production parts for Honeywell Aerospace using the powder bed fusion AM process.

CECIMO and the European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA) have signed an agreement to promote additive manufacturing (AM).

By combining two different types of silicone, researchers have been able to produce silicone parts with complex geometries by 3D printing.

APMI International has named the two recipients of its 2018 Fellow Award.

Chad Spore has been selected to receive the Vanguard Award from the Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF).

America Makes plans to run a course in additive manufacturing (AM), taking place in Youngstown, Ohio, USA, in March.

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