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Additive manufacturing news, December 2019

Information provider KEX Knowledge Exchange has formed a strategic partnership with Senvol.

Researchers have developed a new copper-titanium alloy for 3D printing that is much less prone to cracking or distortion than other titanium alloys.

The MPIF has set the date for the co-located WorldPM2020, AMPM2020 and Tungsten2020.

Carpenter Technology Corporation has opened an Emerging Technology Center (ETC) in Athens, Alabama, USA.

America Makes and the US Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) have launched an additive manufacturing (AM) modeling prize.

America Makes has announced the first phase of a program aimed at adding additive manufacturing (AM) technology to the existing US Army supply chain.

Renishaw is reportedly collaborating with Sandvik Additive Manufacturing to qualify new additive manufacturing (AM) materials for production applications.

America Makes has formed a seven-year, US$322 million, cooperative agreement (CA) with the US Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL).

The University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) has opened a £20 million research and development facility in North Wales, UK.

Using 3D printing technology, scientists have developed an efficient elastocaloric cooling material made from a nickel-titanium alloy,

The NCDMM has received a Defense Manufacturing Technology (ManTech) achievement award.

Additive Industries has launched a new partnership with Fraunhofer Project Center and the Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology IPT.

3D printing company Additive Industries says that it has launched a new co-operative that allows customers to pool materials and services.

The EPMA has issued its call for papers for the Euro PM2020 Congress and Exhibition.

Optomec says that its Aerosol Jet 3D printing machine has been upgraded to operate with an uninterrupted eight-hour runtime.

Sandvik says that its range of Osprey metal powders now includes nickel-based superalloys and titanium.

An independent study says that MetalFAB1 systems combine the lowest system investment with the lowest total cost per part and highest annual capacity.

A combination of 3D printing and photo-controlled/living polymerization can produce objects that transform their shape in response to certain conditions.

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