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Additive manufacturing products, July 2020

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3D printed titanium parts at CERN

The Dutch National Institute for Subatomic Physics and 3D Systems have partnered to make 3D printed titanium cool-bars for CERN.

Desktop Metal has developed new copper material for use in its Studio System 3D printer, which is suitable for low volume production.

Optomec has developed two new 3D metal printers suitable for small part production.

GE Additive says that it has supplied two Concept Laser Mlab 3D printers to Italian medical implant company Tsunami Medical.

SLM Solutions has launched a new 3D printer which it says is 20 times faster than the previous model.

3D printing company Desktop Metal has developed new software which it says can automatically correct for shrinking and distortion during sintering.

Elementum 3D, which supplies metal additive manufacturing (AM) materials, has received an award from the US Air Force for its A7050-RAM2 aluminum alloy.

Additive Industries has launched MetalFAB-600, a new metal 3D printer with build size of 600x600 mm and 1000 mm Z-height.

GOM, which makes measuring systems, has developed a portable hand-held laser scanning system to carry out 3D scanning of parts or tools.

3D Systems reports that it has completed a test print on what it says will be the world’s largest, fastest powder metal 3D printer.

Parts manufacturer Fusor Tech has acquired a metal 3D printer to develop the market for digital spares in the oil, gas and petrochemical sectors.

Engineers at the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) have used software to simulate 3D printing a metal knife.

3D printing company Oerlikon reports that it has acquired a sensor-based technology to help reduce the transmission of Covid-19.

VELO3D has supplied 21 3D printed components for Boom Supersonic’s XB-1 aircraft, the world’s first independently developed supersonic jet.

ExOne has released information about the InnoventPro, a planned binder jetting machine for the 3D printing of metals, ceramics and composites.

Sandvik says that the BEAMIT Group has acquired ZARE, an Italian independent additive manufacturing (AM) service providers.

Quintus Technologies has delivered what it says is the world’s fastest fan-driven hot isostatic press (HIP) to a company that focuses on postproduction.

Engineers at Purdue University in the US are developing a runway mat made using metal 3D printing methods.

Sandvik’s new titanium powder plant has reportedly received an AS9100 Revision D certification to make parts for the aerospace industry.

QuesTek Innovations has launched a new stainless steel powder for powder bed fusion additive manufacturing (AM).

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