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Additive manufacturing news, August 2018

Printed parts can prove authenticity with 3D QR codes

Researchers have developed a method for converting QR codes and other passive tags into three-dimensional features within 3D printed parts.

Using a novel additive manufacturing process, scientists have been able to produce ultra-thin, ultra-smooth polyamide membranes for desalination.

PyroGenesis says that it has increased its ownership in HPQ Silicon Resources, a gold and quartz exploration company.

ASTM International says that the National Institute for Aviation Research (NIAR) will join its Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence.

Scientists have designed auxetic materials with smooth curves for distributing forces that can deform repeatedly.

The puzzle-like wavy structure of the seed coat found in some grasses could hold the secret to creating smart materials that are both flexible and strong.

America Makes has congratulated the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) which will function as the North American base of a German 3D printing company.

Materialise and chemicals specialist BASF have formed a strategic alliance to promote a more open market model in the additive manufacturing (AM) market.

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

This year’s Euro PM2018 Congress will include a number of presentations and special interest seminars focused on additive manufacturing (AM).

Hardmetal company Carpenter Technology says that it plans to add an emerging technology center on site in Athens, Alabamam, USA.

A novel 3D printing method can produce battery electrodes with a 3D microlattice structure with controlled porosity, enhancing charging rates.

America Makes says that is spearheading a project focused on accelerating of large scale additive manufacturing (AM).

LPW Technology and Additive Industries plan to work together to develop industrial metal AM for high-end applications such as aerospace.

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