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Fraunhofer acquires Israeli sintering technology

The Fraunhofer Institute says that it has acquired a MoldJet 3D printer from Israeli company Tritone Technologies.

Additive Industries says that a Formula 1 vehicle introduced by Alfa Romeo was made using 304 metal parts printed on the company’s MetalFAB1 machine.

3D Systems has partnered with the shipbuilding division of Huntington Ingalls Industries to develop Copper-Nickel (CuNi) and Nickel-Copper (NiCu) alloys.

Sigma Labs has been awarded a contract to supply its PrintRite3D quality assurance software by Lockheed Martin Space in the US.

Audi says that additive manufacturing (AM) has now replaced conventional manufacturing to make selected tool segments for hot forming.

The University of Birmingham and Bentley Motors have partnered to recycle rare earth metals for use in luxury electric vehicles (EVs).

Renishaw and nTopology say that they have been able to successfully 3D print intricate structures using pure copper powder.

Plansee says that it made a fuel cell component on board NASA’s Perseverance rover, which recently landed on Mars.

Thermo Fisher Scientific has developed a scanning transmission electron microscope with improved examination of materials at atomic-scale resolution.

Mitsubishi Electric has developed an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) developer’s kit for both first-time automation users and experienced engineers.

Digital Metal has launched a pure copper metal powder suitable for used in its metal binder jetting additive manufacturing (AM) machines.

ExOne has been awarded a US Department of Defense contract to develop a self-contained 3D printing ‘factory’ housed in a 40 ft shipping container.

Kyocera says that tooling parts incorporating its ceramic bearings can be easily sterilized for use in food and pharma production.

Plant manufacturer SACMI has expanded its MPH range of powder metal presses.

Desktop Metal has launched an ‘office-friendly’ metal 3D printing technology suitable for printing in low volumes.

Desktop Metal reports that it has started to ship its new P-1 printer globally.

Thermo Fisher Scientific has launched software to help share image data in materials science research.

ExOne Company and Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) in the US have formed an agreement to 3D print parts with aluminum-infiltrated boron carbide (B4C).

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.

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