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Additive manufacturing news, May 2019

Materials processing company Oerlikon has opened a new US$55 million additive manufacturing (AM) facility in Huntersville, NC, USA.

America Makes has announced the five organizations who will be funded by its Advanced Tools for Rapid Qualification (ATRQ) project.

EOS has developed four new metal materials for additive manufacturing (AM).

Carpenter Technology Corporation has set out the details of its new additive manufacturing (AM) business unit.

researchers have developed an alternative to plastic in the form of a recyclable composite made from graphite and cellulose extracted from wood pulp

3D printing company SLM Solutions has opened new office facilities and an application center at its head office in Shanghai, China.

Chemicals company Royal DSM has partnered with two companies to help develop its 3D printing capabilities.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory plans to develop large-scale, robotic additive manufacturing (AM) technology for a range of new materials.

Molding and 3D printing specialist Arburg has appointed Frédéric Vandecandelaere as the new head of its French subsidiary.

Sigma Labs Inc has launched Version 5.0 of its PrintRite3D 3D printing software.

DSM has formed a partnership with additive manufacturing (AM) company Origin to develop new materials for AM and explore new applications.

3D printing company ExOne and Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) have joined forces to improve 3D binder jetting additive manufacturing (AM).

GKN Powder Metallurgy has opened a new headquarters and additive manufacturing (AM) center in Auburn Hills, Michigan, USA.

3D printing company EOS plans to run a webinar covering additive manufacturing (AM) in the automotive industry.

America Makes says that it has entered into memorandums of understanding (MoUs) with two media organizations.

The deadline for advance rates for the AMPM2019 show is 10 May 2019, the MPIF reports.

3D printing company FIT Additive Manufacturing Group has installed a hot isostatic press (HIP) with uniform rapid quenching (URQ).

Solvay has revealed the winners of its AM Cup 2019.

3D printing company Sigma Labs says that its CTO Darren Beckett recently presented on in-process quality control in metal additive manufacturing (AM).

The National Center for Defense Manufacturing and Machining (NCDMM) has appointed Dr Dean L Bartles as its next president and CEO.

Repeatedly stretching hydrogels in a water bath aligns their nanofibers, producing a strong, soft and hydrated material that resists breakdown or fatigue.

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