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Sabic says that its Ultem polyetherimide (PEI) resin has been used to make a range of lightweight spectacle frames.

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

Arevo has formed a partnership with bike manufacturer Franco Bicycles to make a 3D printed, continuous carbon fiber single-piece unibody frame.

Evonik says that it is expanding its production of transparent polyamides at its German facility.

Sabic says that it plans to showcase its range of thermoplastic materials for the aerospace industry at the Aircraft Interiors Expo.

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

Nouryon has introduced a powder version of its Perkadox 16 (BCHPC) organic peroxide for the North American composites market.

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

Rockwood Composites and Haeco Cabin Solutions have formed a partnership focusing on aircraft seating.

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

Solvay reports that its Zeniva PEEK material has been used to make the first non-metal lumbar cage for vertical interbody fusion made in Japan.

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

A Portuguese company that makes medical devices, has made use of Solvay’s medical-grade resin to make a range of single-use medical instruments.

Master Bond has developed a new one part, silver filled epoxy adhesive that reportedly has an unlimited working life at room temperature.

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

Engel Austria and technology company Heraeus have reportedly joined forces to mass produce high tech components with amorphous metals.

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.

The NCC has completed a year-long project to design and deliver large scale resin infusion (LSRI) technology.

Victrex and Coriolis Composites have formed a partnership to improve thermoplastic unidirectional tape (TP UDT) prepreg lay-up.

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