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Additive manufacturing news, November 2019

Precious metal additive manufacturer and supplier Cooksongold, has formed a collaboration with 3D LAB sp zoo, a Polish 3D printer specialist.

Software developer Volume Graphics says that it has entered into a multi-year official supplier agreement with the Renault F1 Team.

GKN Additive says that it plans to produce and warehouse its gas and water atomized metal powders for additive manufacturing (AM) locally in Europe.

EPMA and its EuroAM sectoral group have launched the third edition of their Introduction to Additive Manufacturing Technology booklet.

A lightweight polymer material full of holes, inspired by theoretical nanotube structures called tubulanes, is nearly as hard as diamond.

Embedding electrical circuits inside 3D-printed plastics to improve electronic devices

3D printing company Aurora Labs has entered an agreement to supply an RMP-1 Beta metal printer to Australian company AdditiveNow Pty Ltd.

A paper published in a peer-reviewed journal said that a roller system was important to the quality of metal 3D printed parts.

3D printing company Aurora Labs says that it has increased the speed of its rapid manufacturing technology (RMT).

Using optical tweezers as a light-based ‘tractor beam’, researchers have developed a method for assembling nanomaterials into larger structures.

3D printing company 3D Systems says that its Q3 revenues were US$155.3 million, down from US$164.5 million in Q3 2018.

Sandvik says that has opened its titanium powder plant in Sandviken, Sweden.

GE Additive says that it has entered into a five-year cooperative research and development agreement with Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL).

Additive Industries has supplied a MetalFAB1 system to Jiangsu University of Science and Technology, Zhenjiang, China.

ExOne and Global Tungsten & Powders (GTP) have entered into a collaboration to develop tungsten-based metal 3D printing using binder jetting.

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