Additive Manufacturing

  • NGK to co-develop and provide ceramic materials for Sakuu’s 3D printed batteries - ranging from on going battery material needs..

    Sakuu, the developer of one of the world’s first 3D printed solid-state batteries, has entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Japan’s NGK Spark Plugs CO., LTD., a global leader in electrochemical materials and a tier-one industrial automotive supplier. Under the MOU, NGK will co-develop and provide ceramic materials…

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  • The National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS) takes delivery of AM Solutions' M1 Basic - exploring metallic component manufacturing.

    The National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS) operated by the University of Strathclyde, has recently taken delivery of its AM Solutions M1 Basic additive manufacturing post-processing technology – which will be used as part of a research project focused on metal AM. The M1 Basic will be located at one of…

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  • Metal AM service providers represent a key transitional step to evolve metal AM from its current status as niche prototyping technology and small-batch production technology to digital serial production and, eventually, mass production within real metal AM factories. It is no coincidence that, after the largest 3D software companies, such…

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  • Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC) was recently awarded a $5.2 million U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) contract that involves building the world’s largest additive manufacturing (AM) machine, the NXG XIIE. The project intends to overcome the limits of current AM (3D) equipment to build longer parts for critical defense applications.…

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  • Zortrax has launched the Inkspire 2 resin 3D printing system, Zortrax Cleaning Station, and Curing Station.

    Zortrax is launching the Inkspire 2 refined resin 3D printing and post-processing system – consisting of an industrial-grade UV LCD 3D printer, and two post-processing devices – the Zortrax Cleaning Station, and Zortrax Curing Station. The Inkspire 2 is compatible with a wide range of high-grade engineering resins from top…

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  • 'Smooth-Mode' technology developed by Chromatic 3D Materials. For the 3D printing of durable rubber parts with ultra-smooth surfaces.

    Chromatic 3D Materials, a 3D printing technology provider focused on industrial-strength elastomeric products, has developed what the company refers to as ‘Smooth-Mode’ technology for the 3D printing of durable rubber parts with ultra-smooth surfaces, at commercial volumes. Now, industrial manufacturers can 3D print smooth, high-quality polyurethane parts, such as seals,…

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  • Monash University engineers create titanium alloy with one of the highest strength-to-weight ratios among all 3D printed metals

    A world-first study led by Monash University engineers has demonstrated how cutting-edge 3D printing techniques can be used to produce an ultra-strong commercial titanium alloy – a significant leap forward for the aerospace, space, defense, energy, and biomedical industries. Australian researchers, led by Professor Aijun Huang and Dr. Yuman Zhu…

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  • Kevton Technologies, a subsidiary of Houston-based contract manufacturer Kevton Industries, has acquired seven Sapphire 3D printers from Velo3D to provide its customers with high-quality, additively manufactured parts. The purchase is one the largest ever with Velo3D from a contract manufacturer and will make Kevton Technologies one of the top suppliers…

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  • Roboze invests in the future of super materials. With the construction of a 2000m² cutting-edge laboratory.

    Roboze has started the construction of a cutting-edge laboratory dedicated to the development of future super materials. The new 2000m² facility, located in Bari, Italy, will aim to accelerate the transition to sustainable manufacturing and will add to the other already consolidated two offices of the company in the same…

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  • In July, earlier this year, news broke that Markforged was set to acquire Digital Metal. This was to be the second acquisition this year for Markforged, after the company bought Teton Simulation Software, back in April, and whose technology was integrated into Markforged’s Eiger 3D printing software. Markforged, the creator…

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