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Additive manufacturing news, August 2020

Fraunhofer opens AM facility

The Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials says that it has commissioned a new facility for additive manufacturing (AM).

PostProcess Technologies plans to discuss the findings of its post 3D printing survey in a live webinar on 3 September.

America Makes has set a challenge to increase the amount of open-source computer codes and algorithms for 3D printing design.

The EPMA reports that registration is now open for Euro PM2020 which will take place online for the first time from 5-7 October 2020.

Renishaw and UK start-up business Additive Automations have partnered to research automate metal additive manufacturing (AM) post-processing.

Elementum 3D has published a whitepaper entitled Powder Recycling in Laser Powder Bed Fusion: Improving Processing, Maintaining Quality.

The organizers of the Industrial Automation Fair and Asiamold say that the concurrent fairs have opened successfully in Guangzhou, China.

Sumitomo Corporation reportedly plans to increase its investment in additive manufacturing (AM) company Sintavia.

ExOne has launched an app which it says can provide real-time machine monitoring and analysis of 3D printers.

ExOne says that it has third party qualified nickel-based alloy Inconel 718 for its metal 3D printers.

3D printing company VELO3D and Lam Research Corporation have partnered to develop new metal AM materials and designs for the semiconductor industry.

Dr Richard Collins, principal analyst at IDTechEx, offers his predictions for the next few years in the additive manufacturing (AM) industry.

IDTechEx is hosting a new webinar focusing on the effect of Covid-19 on the metal 3D printing.

By measuring temperature during 3D printing, researchers have been able to predict the formation of sub-surface defects in 3D-printed components.

The MPIF has announced the winners of its 2020 powder metallurgy design excellence awards competition in the Consumer Goods segment.

America Makes says that its TRX show will take place online from 4–5 August 2020.

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