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Additive manufacturing news, May 2018

America Makes has organized an event focused on the supply chain in additive manufacturing (AM).

Case study focuses on the impact of PM variability

LPW Technology Ltd has published a new case study that covers the impact of metal powder variability on AM build quality.

NanoSteel’s AM business unit has reportedly taken first place in the Innovation Audition prize which took place at the TCT&Rapid 3D printing show.

Aluminum specialist Aeromet plans to improve its A20X alloy for use in additive manufacturing (AM) and produce a set of demonstrator parts.

The University of Cincinnati College of Engineering and Applied Science has been selected to receive a 3D metal printer from GE Additive.

The Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) has announced the recipients of its DINO (Distinguished INnovator Operator) Award.

3D Systems says that it plans to qualify metal additive manufacturing (AM) technologies to build naval warships.

The MPIF says that it has put in place new networking events during POWDERMET2018 and AMPM2018.

Sintavia LLC, a metal additive manufacturer, has reportedly achieved NADCAP approval.

Sabic has introduced three new plastic filaments for additive manufacturing (AM).

EOS and UseTree, a German-based research project team, have won an iF product design award in the apps/software category.

The National Center for Defense Manufacturing and Machining (NCDMM) has presented its highest honor, the Lawrence J Rhoades Award, to Howard A Kuhn.

The Acta Journals are delighted to announce the recipients of the 2018 Outstanding Reviewer awards for excellence in reviewing in 2017.

PostProcess Technologies, which makes post-printing software for industrial 3D printing, has launched its Connect3D software platform.

A scientific paper covering X-ray imaging of 3D printing processes has been selected as the Review of Scientific Instruments editor’s Pick for 1 May 2018.

America Makes has announced the names of the projects that will receive funding for US aerospace development.

Solvay's KetaSpire PEEK filament for 3D printing will be the first polyetheretherketone polymer included in recently devloped simulation software.

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