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Additive manufacturing products, January 2020

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HIP installed for aerospace AM

Italian thermal spray coatings specialist Flame Spray SpA has acquired a new hot isostatic press (HIP) to form part of the AM process.

Senvol says that its Senvol ML machine learning software is currently being used to help with a US Air Force program researching multi-laser AM.

Ireland-based Croom Precision Medical, which makes medical implants, has worked with 3D printing company Renishaw to make more complex parts.

Measurement company GOM has developed a new compact optical 3D measuring system.

Precious metal company Cooksongold AM has developed a way to 3D print the tip plates of bushings, used in the production of glass fiber.

Aerojet Rocketdyne has been awarded a US$1.79 billion contract modification to produce 18 extra RS-25 rocket engines for NASA.

Researchers from Texas A&M University have developed guidelines to improve 3D printing parts made with martensitic steels.

VELO3D has developed a 1 m tall industrial 3D printer which it says is the world’s tallest laser-powder additive manufacturing (AM) system.

Sandvik says that it is manufacturing a range of 3D printing frames for face shields to help com-bat the spread of Covid-19.

3D printing company Renishaw and Canada’s Nova Scotia Community College have jointly produced two ocean turbine parts using AM.

Component manufacturer Knust-Godwin has reportedly acquired a VELO3D Sapphire metal additive manufacturing (AM) system.

3d printing company Renishaw is collaborating with software supplier Simufact to improve laser powder bed fusion (LPBF) builds.

Additive Industries says that it has 143 metal parts have been printed to help create the C39 Alfa Romeo F1 racecar.

Researchers at Fraunhofer Institute have developed a prototype 3D printed rocket engine featuring an aerospike nozzle for microlaunchers.

3D Systems has that it has developed software for computer aided design (CAD) program Solidworks 15.

A supersonic car with a 3D printed titanium nose tip and steering wheel has reportedly reached a speed of 628 mph in recent tests in South Africa.

The Bassetti Group plans to use Senvol’s database of industrial AM machines and materials as part of its TEEXMA for Additive solution.

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