AM Research

  • The Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) recently purchased and installed a Xerox ElemX 3D printer from Xerox Elem Additive Solutions at their AMPrint Center in Henrietta, NY. RIT will utilize the printer in their collaborations with manufacturers for research and product development as they focus on next-generation metal 3D printing…

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  • The race towards volumetric 3D printing - laser-based and upconversion. The latest efforts from Harvard, Stanford, Berkeley and LLNL.

    3D Printing Business Media has been following the efforts to bring volumetric 3D printing technology to market for some time now. We appear to be in a very exciting period – seeing many technological advancements within this novel technique. Volumetric Additive Manufacturing (VAM), presented as a “near-instant 3D printing technique”,…

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  • 6K Additive, a division of 6K, a company specializing in the production of sustainable advanced materials for additive manufacturing and energy storage, has published the results of an independent life cycle assessment (LCA) completed by leading sustainability and energy firm, Foresight Management. This is the first LCA of powder for…

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  • Il Sentiero International Campus in the field of additive manufacturing. Il Sentiero's service offerings and case studies.

    Il Sentiero International Campus is an industrial research center in the field of surface and reliability engineering, additive manufacturing and joining technologies. Its services target advanced mechanics markets such as, for example, the sector of automatic machines for processing and packaging of food and medicines, automotive and aeronautics. One of…

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  • 3D printed heat exchanger is estimated to be 50% more effective. Created using a repeating gyroid architecture design.

    A new type of lightweight, 3D printed heat exchanger with a maze-like, repeating gyroid architecture design is more compact and efficient than its conventional counterparts, its developers say. A team led by engineers from the University of Glasgow has developed the system, which exploits the unique properties of microscale surfaces…

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  • It’s a good thing many giant international groups like Siemens have been opening hubs to accelerate the industrialization of AM, because the rate of industrial adoption is still too slow to enable true scalability. The AM industry itself is growing at breakneck speed but it is doing so mostly through…

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  • Deltasys E-Forming delivers concrete 3D printer to IIT Bombay, India. The printer will be utilized for material research applications.

    Deltasys E-Forming, a Belgaum-based developer and manufacturer of 3D printing machines, revealed that it has delivered an indigenously developed concrete 3D printer to the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITB). The 3D printer will be under the administration of the Structural Evaluation and Materials Technologies (SEMT) Lab Department of Civil…

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  • Morf3D’s ADMC partners with Siemens Advanta. Digital planning for the factory will evolve into an ongoing technology development partnership.

    Morf3D, Inc., a subsidiary of Nikon Corporation and a leader in metal additive manufacturing, has partnered with Siemens Advanta, the IoT consultancy and solutions integration arm of the global technology powerhouse. The two entities have committed to an ongoing technology development partnership as Morf3D continues to build its Applied Digital…

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  • ANDDURO shows results of AM materials and parts characterization. After 5 years months and €17.2 million, the project delivered a massive amount of information on metal AM. These are the findings.

    The ANDDURO (ANalysis of Defects and DURability Optimisation) project, started in 2016 by the IRT Saint Exupéry brought together a consortium of 21 members*, including research centers, academic laboratories, SMEs, and large industrial groups, to build a significant database of information relative to several aspects of metal additive manufacturing. With…

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  • Dr. TieJun Zhang’s team at Khalifa University has developed a new way to 3D print reservoir rock replicas that have complex porous structures and mimic a carbonate rock’s natural mineralogy. The rocks, micro 3D printed using PµSL technology from BMF (Boston Micro Fabrication), are transparent, and allow researchers to image precisely…

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