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3D printed Olympic race bike

Renishaw has used additive manufacturing (AM) to help produce an innovative new track bike for the Great Britain Cycling Team (GBCT).

Additive manufacturing (AM) specialist Markforged has developed new cloud-based software to help users centralize control of their 3D printers.

An additive manufacturing research facility based in Oregon, USA, has installed a QIH 48 M URC hot isostatic press (HIP) from Quintus.

A developer of rockets for small satellites, has acquired two Velo3D metal additive manufacturing (AM) machines to print parts in Inconel and titanium.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) says that it has 3D printed parts for a nuclear plant in Alabama, USA.

AIM3D, which makes multi-material 3D printers, has developed a new range of print heads for its composite extrusion modelling (CEM) process.

Desktop Metal has qualified the use of titanium alloy Ti-6Al-4V (Ti64) powder for its Studio System 2 3D printer.

Essentium has signed a Letter of Intent to acquire Collider, which makes 3D printers for low volume tooling.

Sintavia has developed new printing technology for GRCop-42 copper alloy, used by NASA for rocket thrust chamber assemblies.

Scientists at Georgia Tech Research Institute in the US have been researching using metal 3D printing to improve golf putters.

GKN Additive says that it has successfully developed a DP600-like material for additive manufacturing (AM).

GE Research is leading a US$3.1 million project to make a high temperature, high pressure and compact heat exchanger using 3D printing.

GE Additive says that it has successfully 3D printed four bleed air parts from a land/marine turbine.

Engine manufacturer Cummins reports that it is finalizing its first production part using 3D metal printing technology.

Aerojet Rocketdyne says thatits 3D printed RL10C-X engine demonstrated long-duration operation and engine ignition in extreme in-flight conditions.

Sigma Labs has released version 7.0 of PrintRite3D, its in-process quality assurance software for industrial 3D printing.

The US Army Research Laboratory (ARL) has collaborated with the University of Central Florida (UCF) to 3D print lighter components for Army personnel.

3D Systems has worked with machining company Wilting to 3D print components designed for higher performance in semiconductor capital equipment.

GOM has introduced a compact and mobile 3D scanner that can digitally capture objects and achieve precise 3D meshes.

Sandvik has succeeded in 3D printing parts made of super-duplex stainless steel that are almost fully dense (>99.9%) and crack-free.

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