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Additive manufacturing news, July 2018

Desktop Metal has appointed Jeffrey Immelt, former chairman and CEO of GE, to Desktop Metal’s board of directors.

Senvol, which provides information on additive manufacturing (AM) recently announced that it has joined the US National Armaments Consortium (NAC).

Velox, a supplier of raw materials for composites, has introduced a new product range for 3D printing made by its partner SK Chemicals.

The MPIF says that attendees at its Basic PM Short Course will be able to undertake a tour of an additive manufacturing (AM) facility tour.

America Makes says that it will invest in additive manufacturing (AM) post-processing techniques (AAPT).

Materials company BASF has agreed to invest US$25 million in 3D printing company Materialise, headquartered in Leuven, Belgium.

The University of Pittsburgh in the US has received a US$1 million award to develop nuclear plant components using additive manufacturing (AM).

America Makes and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) have published version 2.0 of its Standardization Roadmap for Additive Manufacturing.

Plastic 3D printer manufacturer BigRep has joined industrial research network the Direct Manufacturing Research Center (DMRC).

The Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) says that its conference has roughly a 10% increase of attendees year on year.

PostProcess Technologies has expanded its distribution in North America.

3D printing is branching into an unlikely domain—nuclear fusion.

The MPIF has honored Tessa Stillman, senior manager, standards and technical services, MPIF, with its Distinguished Service to PM Award.

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