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Additive manufacturing news, September 2019

Somerset Community College’s (SCC), Kentucky, USA has been awarded a grant to develop an additive manufacturing (AM) center of excellence.

Imperfections and electrochemically driven silicon-lithium alloying reactions allow a new silicon-based metamaterial to deform to order.

GE Additive has opened a new 40,000 m2 campus in Lichtenfels, Germany.

3D printing company Renishaw says that it is considering reorganizing its additive manufacturing (AM) business.

PyroGenesis Canada, which makes plasma atomized metal powder, reports Q2 revenues of CAN$913,769, a decrease from CAN $1,421,352 in Q2 2018.

EOS says that that its Additive Minds consultancy service has been named as ‘Top Consultant 2019’ in a German competition for SMEs.

GE Additive has opened an additive manufacturing (AM) site in Gothenburg, Sweden.

The EPMA has made a set of videos exploring the last three decades of powder metallurgy.

Western Sydney in Australia could be the new center of 3D printing in Australia due to a new joint initiative between the NSW Government and GE Additive.

Engineering software company nTopology, headquartered in the US, has opened its first European office in Regensburg, Germany.

Heat treatment and manmade fiber specialist Oerlikon has published its Q2 and half year 2019 reports.

Oerlikon has appointed Philipp Müller as its new chief financial officer (CFO) .

Additive Industries says that it has appointed Lars Ryberg as its new senior sales director.

Using polymer aqueous solutions with different electrical charges, scientists have developed a novel 3D printing water-in-water technique.

Christian Lönne has been appointed the new CEO of Digital Metal, a Höganäs’ subsidiary that manufactures 3D printers for metal powders.

Velo3D has made a video showing parts being pulled out a 3D printer’s metal powder bed, without any support structures tying them to a build plate.

3D printing company EOS plans to hold a webinar covering how additive manufacturing (AM) can help with thermal management.

Additive Industries says that a ‘prestigious aerospace company located in California’ has bought six of its MetalFAB1 additive manufacturing machines.

3D printing institute America Makes says that it is celebrating its 7th anniversary.

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