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Additive manufacturing news, October 2019

Date set for next Euro PM

The EPMA says that its next Euro PM Congress & Exhibition will take place in Lisbon, Portugal, from 4–7 October 2020.

Renishaw at 3D printing show

Renishaw plans to showcase its 3D printing products for different industries at Formnext, taking place in Frankfurt, Germany, from 19–22 November 2019.

Euro PM2019 attracted over 300 oral and poster presentations and over 1100 participants, while the exhibition featured over 100 exhibiting companies.

Additive Industries says that it has launched its sixth Additive World Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge.

XG Sciences, which makes graphene nanoplatelets, has finalized a development agreement with filament producer Terrafilum.

GKN Powder Metallurgy, a major producer of metal powder and parts, plans to acquire Forecast 3D, a specialist in plastic additive manufacturing.

3D printing organization America Makes has presented its Distinguished Collaborator award to Ralph Resnick and Rob Gorham.

Höganäs says that its new atomizing plant has received building approval by the local council.

Somerset Community College has received a second National Science Foundation grant award to improve 3D printing in Tennessee and Kentucky.

New technique for 3D printing of soft materials with additive manufacturing

Coburg University of Applied Sciences and Arts plans to open a new €8.4 million facility focusing on additive manufacturing (AM).

Complex shape-shifting lattices composed of multiple elastomeric materials can grow or shrink in response to changes in temperature.

Siemens and Materials Solutions, a Siemens business, have opened an innovation center in Orlando, Florida.

3D printing company EOS has appointed Marie Langer as its new CEO.

3D printing company America Makes has appointed Dr Brandon Ribic as its new technology director.

The Technical University of Munich (TUM), Oerlikon, GE Additive and Linde have created an additive manufacturing (AM) cluster in Bavaria, Germany.

Additive manufacturing (AM) company VELO3D has reported what it says is record sales growth in Q3, with sales totaling US$15 million.

Standards developer ASTM International has announced a second round of funding to support additive manufacturing (AM) standards research.

3D printing company Desktop Metal has launched H13 tool steel powder for its Studio System prototyping and low volume production printer.

Researchers have shown that ultrasonic waves produced by an acoustic transducer can manipulate the viscosity of shear-thickening materials.

3D printing company Additive Industries says that it has signed an agency agreement with two new sale agents.

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