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Additives CHANGE TOPIC

Additive manufacturing products, January 2016

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UK team unveils 3D printed mountain bike frame

A mountain bike frame has been designed and manufactured in the UK by a UK team using metal additive manufacturing.

Airbus launches 'world’s first' 3D printed motorcycle

APWorks, a subsidiary of Airbus Group, has introduced a lightweight 3D printed motorcycle, made using its Scalmalloy aluminium powder.

PyroGenesis Canada Inc says that over 90% of its titanium powders were shown to be below 106μm and over 50% below 45μm.

Researchers in Singapore have developed a titanium-tantalum alloy that could be used to make biocompatible bone replacements using SLM.

Höganäs has developed 17-4 PH stainless steel powder for use with its Digital Metal printing technology.

BioArchitects has received clearance by the U.S. FDA for the company’s 3D printed bespoke titanium cranial/craniofacial plate implant.

BOC has launched a cleaning process which it says cam remove oxides from 3D printed parts.

A team of engineers from Northwestern University in the US has created a new way to print three-dimensional metallic objects using rust and metal powders.

Canada-based Equispheres Inc has successfully commissioned a proprietary atomization reactor to produce metal powders for AM.

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