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Additive manufacturing news, February 2020

Beamit, Italy’s largest additive manufacturing service bureau, plans to purchase 15 selective laser melting machines from SLM Solutions.

PostProcess Technologies has appointed TriMech and GoEngineer in the US and Lino Integrated Printing Solutions in Europe as its new distributors.

The Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) has named the two keynote speakers for its conference, taking place in March in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Aurora Labs says that independent tests have been conducted on coupons printed using its multi-layer concurrent printing technology.

Researchers have found why some topological materials are 'fragile', unable to conduct current on their surface, and how to restore their conductivity.

A new report suggests that the 3D printing market will grow by seven times by 2029.

Renishaw Inc has appointed Denis Zayia as the new president of its US operations.

Somerset Community College’s (SCC) AM program has successfully 3D printed 316L stainless steel metal parts on low cost desktop 3D printers.

America Makes has elected its new executive committee which it says will focus on strategy, policy, and advocacy.

Additive Industries says that GKN Aerospace CTO Russ Dunn will officially open its latest process and application center near Bristol in the UK.

Metal 3D printing company Aurora Labs has raised US$1.82 million from a private investor.

Vyomesh Joshi will retire as president at CEO of 3D Systems.

America Makes has appointed Alexander Steeb as its new operations director and Andrew Resnick as its new communications and public affairs director.

The Chemical Coaters Association International (CCAI) has issued a call for papers for its Fabtech conference.

Researchers at RMIT University, in Australia, have developed a process using sound vibrations to improve the microstructure of alloys during AM.

BAE Systems and 3D printing company Renishaw have formed an MoU to improve additive manufacturing (AM) for the defense and aerospace sector.

Aurora Labs Limited has formed a framework agreement with quality assurance and risk management company DNV GL.

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