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AMUG announces 2019 technical competition winners

The Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) has revealed the three winners of AM technical competition.

Additive manufacturing (AM) Renishaw has collaborated with two technology companies to use AM to produce spinal implants.

Hardmetal specialist has developed a 3D printed electric guitar that it says is ‘unsmashable’.

Logistics company PostNord AB has continued a partnership with GKN Powder Metallurgy to order metal 3D printed parts.

PostProcess Technologies has developed a new system to help support structure and resin removal on 3D printed parts.

3D Systems says that three companies have acquired its 3D printing software and machines.

3D printing company ExOne has formed a partnership with Catalysis Additive Tooling to develop a new process for 3D printed tooling.

CRP Technology says that its Windform materials will no longer be sold to service bureaus for the toll-manufacture of 3D printing components.

Protolabs has added Inconel 718 to its list of direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) materials.

UK additive manufacturing (AM) company Renishaw has built a 3D printed device that makes it easier to deliver a new drug into cells.

US heat treatment specialist Paulo has acquired a hot isostatic press (HIP) from Quintus Technologies.

3D printing specialist Optomec has introduced its new LENS CS 600 and CS 800 Controlled Atmosphere (CA) directed energy deposition (DED) systems.

The US Air Force says that a metallic 3D printed part has been installed on an operational F-22 Raptor.

3D printer manufacturer VELO3D says that its print preparation software, Flow, can now be used to make a greater range of parts.

Norsk Titanium and SAE have partnered to develop aerospace materials specifications.

UK space and aerospace company Orbex says that it has built what it says is the world’s largest metal rocket engine, 3D printed in a single piece.

3D printing company Desktop Metal has added 316L stainless steel to a list of metal powders for its office-friendly metal 3D printing system.

3D printing company EOS has worked with the Technical University of Munich to design a biomass burner.

Injection molding company Arburg plans to display turnkey system built around two of its machines at the MECSPE trade fair.

The organizers of the Large Additive Subtractive Integrated Modular Machine (LASIMM) project say that the machine is now ready to test.

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