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Additive manufacturing news, May 2020

GE Additive is holding a webinar on 3 June 2020 covering the use of additive manufacturing (AM) to make medical parts.

3D metal printing equipment manufacturer Additive Industries has received a €14 million investment from its shareholder Highlands Beheer.

3D Systems has named Dr Jeffrey A Graves as its new president and CEO.

3D printing company ExOne has launched a social media campaign focusing on the sustainable aspects of metal binder jetting technology.

The organizers of the SpaceAM conference, taking place in Leicester, UK, from 15-16 September 2020, have announced the program line up.

New class of materials based on liquid metal lattices

Optomec says that its LENS directed energy deposition (DED) 3D printing system can be used to deposit any aluminum alloy.

Additive manufacturing (AM) company VELO3D has commercially released a way to 3D print parts made of aluminum F357.

PostProcess is hosting a week-long event entitled Unlock AM LIVE.

America Makes has issued a project call to develop 3D printing technology for the US Air Force.

A number of organizations are offering aid and public funding for Covid-19 projects as part of the EU-based AMable project.

Additive manufacturing (AM) company Sintavia has achieved Nadcap approval for heat treatment at two facilities in Florida, USA.

ExOne and the University of Pittsburgh have reportedly partnered to develop 3D printed reusable metal filters.

Sandvik Additive Manufacturing's its titanium powder plant and additive manufacturing (AM) operations have received AS9100 Revision D certification.

The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) plans to host a meeting covering the use of additive manufacturing (AM) in medical applications.

Fraunhofer Institute has completed a project covering the hybrid production of large prototype components using laser metal deposition (LMD).

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