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Additive manufacturing news, September 2018

Arburg Italy celebrates 25 years

Molding company Arburg says that its Italian subsidiary has celebrated its 25th anniversary.

DSM launches carbon fiber for 3D printing

Royal DSM has developed a new carbon fiber filled grade PA6/66 filament for 3D printing.

Standards developer ASTM International has announced its first round of funding for research into additive manufacturing (AM) standards.

3D printing specialist Additive Industries has announced a partnership with Laser Lines Ltd.

The US 3D printing market is anticipated to grow a CAGR of over 8.5% from 2017–2024, according to a new report from market analysts ResearchNester.

3D printing powder supplier LPW has published a case study covering the reduced cost of reusing metal powder in additive manufacturing (AM).

Metalysis, a UK powder production company, has opened its first commercial plant in Wath upon Dearne, South Yorkshire, U.K.

Scientists have developed a novel 3D printing process for creating hydrogels with complex 3D shapes and motions.

PostProcess Technologies has delivered improved surface finish standards and replicable results to a complex metal parts.

The University of Exeter, UK and Victrex, which specialises in PAEK polymers, have joined forces to improve additive manufacturing (AM) using PAEK.

The MPIF has issued a call for papers for POWDERMET2019 and AMPM2019.

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) is using Optomec's Hybrid Controlled Atmosphere System to develop dissolvable magnesium components.

TWI Ltd and Dassault Systèmes has been awarded first prize in the 2018 Additive Manufacturing Benchmark Challenge organised by NIST.

Oberg Industries and the University of Pittsburgh’s Swanson School of Engineering has agreed to extend its AM research partnership.

America Makes says that its annual Members Meeting & Exchange (MMX) will take place from 29 October-1 November at Youngstown, Ohio.

Senvol has begun a project entitled ‘Continuous Learning for Additive Manufacturing Processes Through Advanced Data Analytics.’

America Makes' executive director, Rob Gorham, has been awarded a Business Advocate of the Year Award for the local region.

Following the success of its Functional Materials seminar, EPMA says that is looking for member support for the same event in 2019.

Slovakian PM company Gevorkyan has launched a new hardening operation.

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