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Additive manufacturing news, July 2019

The University of Sheffield has reportedly acquired an office-friendly metal 3D printer from the US.

Sintavia acquires NDT company

Additive manufacturing (AM) company Sintavia has acquired QC Laboratories, a non-destructive testing (NDT) services company.

Australian metal 3D printing developer Aurora Labs Ltd has appointed a chief operating officer (COO).

Sandvik reports that it has acquired a large stake in Beam IT, an Italian additive manufacturing (AM) specialist.

Australian metal 3D printing developer Aurora Labs Ltd has formed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Swedish industrial company, Gränges AB.

GKN Powder Metallurgy has opened a new customer center in Bonn, Germany, following its inauguration of centers in China and North America.

By energizing precursor molecules using a supersonic jet of inert gas, researchers have been able to accelerate the fabrication of nanomaterials.

Additive Industries says that it has extended the deadline to complete two additive manufacturing joint innovation projects.

America Makes has opened a new center at the National Institute for Aviation Research (NIAR), Wichita State University, Kansas.

3D Systems has been commissioned by the US Army to create what they say will be the ‘world’s largest, fastest, and most precise metal 3D printer’.

Additive manufacturing (AM) company Renishaw has opened a new facility in Nuevo León, Mexico.

Researchers have developed a novel ink for 3D printing, based on a nanocellulose gel, that can mimic the unique ‘ultrastructure’ of wood.

H C Starck has reported an increase in adjusted annual sales for the group by 23% to €581.7 million.

Previous assumptions regarding polymer behavior are challenged by new laboratory techniques that measure polymer flow at the molecular level.

The Metal Powder Industries Federation's (MPIF) has announced the recipients of the 2019 MPIF Distinguished Service to Powder Metallurgy (PM) award.

Turkish joint venture company TUSAŞ Engine Industries (TEI) has acquired four new 3D printing machines from GE Additive.

Researchers have developed 3D-printed mesh materials whose flexibility and toughness can be tuned to emulate and support softer bodily tissues.

3D printing consultants Wohlers Associates has organized two courses covering design for additive manufacturing (DfAM).

GE Additive says that Toulouse, France-based FusiA Aeroadditive will invest in its first GE Additive Concept M2 multilaser system.

GE Aviation has purchased 17 Arcam A2X systems and 10 Arcam Spectra H systems, which use electron beam melting (EBM) technology to 3D print parts.

Additive Industries says that it has supplied its fourth four-laser MetalFAB1 3D printer to the F1 team of Alfa Romeo Racing.

Wohlers Report 2019 says that companies with both metal and polymer AM services have reported that more than 26% of a part’s cost is from post-processing.

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