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3D printed turbine parts

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

DSM develops resin with a ‘sandy-feel’

DSM has released Skins Sandy, a new material in its Skins range of haptic coating resins.

Tool manufacturer Ceratizit has developed FreeTurn tooling as part of its high dynamic turning (HDT) system.

Hexcel says that it has supplied a range of carbon fiber reinforcements to multihull builder Gunboat for its series of Gunboat 68 yachts.

BASF has extended its Neopolen expanded polypropylene foam (EPP) range.

Polymer specialist Trelleborg has developed a new eco-friendly dust-free tooling board.

Dura Composites says that it has supplied glass fiber composite for a UK fusion research company.

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

BASF and automotive company Hengst have developed what they say is the world’s first reusable plastic spin-on oil filter module for cars.

Covestro says that it has been chosen by Toyota to help develop a polyurethane composite foam material for the LQ electric car.

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

Polygon Company says that it will showcase its new range of composite plain bearings at US construction show CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020.

Technical Fibre Products (TFP) says that its Tecnofire materials have been used to make a range of composite utility poles.

BASF's Chimassorb light stabilizers have been used to produce nonwoven geotextile used in the construction of Indian highways.

Lanxess says that its Tepex continuous fiber reinforced thermoplastic materials has been used to build a demonstrator child seat headrest.

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.

Lanxess says that it has carried out a range of tests to investigate the fire behavior of its overmolded polyamide-6-based Tepex.

Armacell plans to develop what it says is the first particle foam made from 100% recycled polyethylene terephthalate.

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

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