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Additive manufacturing news, June 2018

LPW officially opens AM powder facility

LPW Technology Ltd, which makes metal powders for the metal 3D printing industry, has officially opened its AM metal powder manufacturing facility.

PyroGenesis Canada has announced its results for Q1, ended 31 March 2018.

The market for materials aimed at 3D printing aerospace parts could reach US$535.1 million by 2024.

Equispheres it has received a US$5 million investment from giant Lockheed Martin to make materials for AM and cold spray deposition.

A recent benchmark study shows directed energy deposition technology could be 10 times faster and five times less expensive than powder bed fusion.

Additive International has announced the speaking line-up for its event taking place in Nottingham, UK from 11-12 July.

The Euro PM2018 Congress and Exhibition program is now online.

The organizers of metal fairs Gifa, Metec, Thermprocess and Newcast say that the events will attract around 2000 exhibitors.

A new type of 3D-printable ink with tiny magnetic particles produces soft structures that can move in complex ways in response to a magnetic field.

Elsevier releases 2017 CiteScore values.

The deadline to register for the AM Motion Summer school is 18 June 2018.

Researchers have combined cellulose and chitin to produce an all-natural material for 3D printing that is strong, lightweight and inexpensive.

The fourth general meeting of the Additive Manufacturing (AM) Working Group of the VDMA was held at Arburg headquarters on 12 April 2018.

Steel powder specialist Höganäs had hosted a new project on sustainable steel powders for additive manufacturing (AM).

PostProcess Technologies, which covers finishing of 3D printed metal parts, has published a new white paper.

3D printing company Additive Industries has signed an Agency Agreement with a Spanish supplier of software for product development and 3D printing.

3D printing specialist Additive Industries has appointed Jan-Cees Santema as sales manager in Europe.

A novel 3D printer comprising a microfluidic chip and a digital micromirror can build therapeutic biomaterials from multiple materials.

LPW Technology has held its first Open House Reception for AM industry professionals, to explore its new facility in the US.

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