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New 3D printers from Renishaw

Renishaw says that it has launched a new range of 3D printing machinery.

Desktop Metal and The University of Toledo have announced a partnership to develop alloys for binder jetting 3D printing.

EOS has added a new material, EOS Aluminium Al2139 AM, engineered specifically for additive manufacturing (AM).

Trumpf Group is working with Equispheres to qualify the latter’s aluminum additive manufacturing powders on Trumpf 3D printers.

Maritime composite specialist Solico says that it will be exhibiting its composites for superyachts and other marine craft at METS 2021.

3D printing specialist SPEE3D says that the Australian Army have successfully 3D printed and re-placed metal armored vehicle parts in the field.

Hexcel plans to display its range of marine prepregs, material demonstrator parts and marine components at boating show Metstrade.

Multi-material AM specialist AIM3D says that it has developed a new 3D printer for the composite extrusion modelling (CEM) process.

Teijin Aramid says that it has achieved yarn-to-yarn recycling for its Twaron fiber.

Desktop Metal says that Grade 420 stainless steel is now qualified for use on its Production System 3D printer.

Retrac Group, a composites and metal manufacturer, has developed a new range of sustainable bio-composites.

Solico is collaborating with Aeolos Composites to develop a new all carbon fiber 30ft sailing yacht built in the Middle East.

Sigma Engineering has developed a new version of its Sigmasoft software which covers the simulation of compression molding processes of rubber compounds.

GKN Hydrogen (GKN) has received US$1.7m to install two metal hydride hydrogen storage tanks at a governmental renewable energy site.

Sicomin says that bio-based epoxy infusion resin has been used to make the largest yacht hull to be infused with bio-resins.

Renishaw has used additive manufacturing (AM) to help produce an innovative new track bike for the Great Britain Cycling Team (GBCT).

Solvay says that its medical-grade KetaSpire PEEK resins have been used to make single-use Coriolis flow meters, used in vaccine production.

Additive manufacturing (AM) specialist Markforged has developed new cloud-based software to help users centralize control of their 3D printers.

Solvay has developed a new range of additive manufacturing (AM) build sheets.

Evonik and Swiss plastics specialist Samaplast have developed an osteoconductive polyetheretherketone (PEEK) biomaterial for injection molding.

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