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

Partnership to distribute natural fiber based prepregs

BÜFA Thermoplastic Composites has partnered with BPREG to supply the latter’s range of unidirectional prepregs and woven fabrics made with natural fiber.

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.

Exel Composites says that it has secured a patent across Europe for its telecommunications radome design.

BASF has developed a new heat-stabilized version of its Ultramid glass fiber range, suitable for high-temperature applications.

Stratasys has introduced a new acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) based carbon fiber material for its 3D printers.

MaruHachi Group, a Japanese composite manufacturer, has installed a new high-temperature unidirectional tape line.

Sicomin and boat manufacturer Greenboats have developed what they say is the world’s largest natural fiber composite (NFC) structure.

Solvay has partnered with Vertical Aerospace to develop the composite structure of a new passenger air taxi.

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.

Hexcel reports that its HexPly M9 prepreg has received Type Approval Certification from DNV GL for use in marine applications.

ThermHex Waben and Panel Systems have installed a lightweight polypropylene honeycomb core in a range of camper vans.

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

Sicomin says that it has sponsored extreme paddler Richard Kohler on his 6700 km solo kayak crossing of the South Atlantic.

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).

Toray Industries has developed a carbon fiber reinforced plastic-based repair technique for sea vessels used in hydrocarbon production.

Hexagon Purus has supplied composite cylinders for a hydrogen-powered snow groomer, used in compacting snow for skiing and snowboarding.

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