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Additive manufacturing news, November 2020

America Makes has announced three projects it has chosen to promote additive manufacturing (AM) and improve the industry’s supply chain.

3D Systems report that it will sell Cimatron Ltd, a company which supplies CAD/CAM software and CNC programming software.

Senvol has been awarded a contract with the United States ARL to use its machine learning software to design additive manufacturing (AM) missile parts.

Italy PM company Mimete Srl has launched two new iron-based powders: standard Duplex MARS F51 and Super-duplex MARS F53.

Sauber Engineering AG has received two new certifications for additive manufacturing (AM).

Independent global research suggests that the use of large-scale AM has more than doubled in the past year for 70% of manufacturing companies.

Metal and carbon fiber 3D printing specialist Markforged has developed Cloud-based software which it says can help improve the quality of printed parts.

Researchers have developed a new form of 3D printing that works by using a nozzle of compressed gas to fire titanium alloy particles at a substrate.

GE Additive has formed a public-private partnership with a US state development agency to research the use of metal binder jet 3D printing.

3D metal printer manufacturer Additive Industries and Makino have formed a joint project to streamline the 3D printing process.

Markforged, which makes metal and carbon fiber 3D printers, has appointed Shai Terem as its new president and CEO.

ASTM International’s Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence (AM CoE) and NASA have formed an agreement to ‘support activities of common interest’.

The EPMA's 2021 Additive Manufacturing Seminar, taking place in Augsburg, Germany 10-12 May 2021, has launched a call for speakers.

VELO3D has introduced a large-format 3D printer that could increase production throughput by 5X.

Sigma Labs has installed one of its AM machines at Northwestern University to develop directed energy deposition (DED) technology.

Sigma Labs reports revenue of US$0.25 million for Q3 2020, up from revenues of US$0.17 million for Q3 2019.

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