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  • China uses 3D printing technology to develop new warplane, and has also implemented it in other major aircraft manufacturing factories.

    According to Global Times, China’s aviation industry has started applying world-leading 3D printing technologies on new-generation warplanes – with 3D printed parts widely used on a newly developed aircraft that made its maiden flight recently, according to a leading developer. “We are applying 3D printing technologies on aircraft on a…

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  • According to Xinhua News Agency, Chinese researchers have developed a new type of lithium metal battery, using 3D printing technology to significantly improve the battery’s lifespan and energy density. Lithium metal batteries are expected to be the next-generation high-energy batteries, due to the battery’s potential high energy density. However, bottlenecks,…

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  • Miniature permanent magnets printed by Russian scientists. Ural scientists are determining the conditions for 3D printing permanent magnets.

    Scientists from the Ural Federal University (UrFU) and the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences are determining the optimal conditions for 3D printing permanent magnets from hard magnetic compounds based on rare-earth metals. This will make it possible to start small-scale production of magnets, in any shape, and…

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  • Formnext + PM South China moved to 20 – 22 December. After the fair was postponed in response to the pandemic situation in Shenzhen.

    Formnext + PM South China has now been moved to 20 – 22 December, after the fair was postponed from its original date in September – in response to the pandemic situation in Shenzhen. Jointly organized by Guangzhou Guangya Messe Frankfurt and Uniris Exhibition Shanghai Co Ltd, Formnext + PM…

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  • Holland is a small, great country. The Dutch seem to have a unique ability to control chaos, combining the rigors of Northern Europe with the more relaxed living of Southern European nations while remaining open to Eastern European and Middle Eastern cultures as well. Not to mention that, throughout history,…

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  • University of Amsterdam signs licensing agreement with atum3D. For a method enabling large-scale 3D printing with sub-micron resolution.

    The University of Amsterdam has signed a license agreement with Gouda-based atum3D, a company that connects superior DLP technology to cost-effective, high-quality serial manufacturing capabilities. The licensing agreement is for a method enabling fast, large-scale 3D printing with sub-micron resolution. The method, developed at the university’s Van ‘t Hoff Institute…

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  • 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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  • Eplus3D opens first European office in Ludwigsburg, Germany, in response to the company's growing number of partners and customers.

    Eplus3D, a Chinese manufacturer of industrial-grade 3D printers, has opened its first European office in Ludwigsburg, Germany. The opening was commemorated in a ribbon-cutting ceremony with the company’s executives, customers, partners, and employees in attendance. The new office in Germany was established in response to Eplus3D’s growing number of partners…

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  • AM Summit 2022 conference focussed on how Denmark can be the most sustainable production center in the world.

    3dpbm recently attended the annual AM Summit 2022, the largest AM conference in Scandinavia, on 7 September, at TAP1, in Copenhagen, Denmark. The Danish conference was hosted by Dansk AM Hub and had a very clear focus – green manufacturing and sustainability. More specifically, how Denmark has the potential to…

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  • The Royal Netherlands Navy and Nanoe explore the potential of using a Zetamix system to produce metal and ceramic parts on site.

    Nanoe is partnering with the Royal Netherlands Navy to explore the possibilities of equipping LPD Ships with Zetamix systems – to enable the production of metal and ceramic parts on site. Founded by three engineers in 2008, Nanoe is a French company that specializes in the elaboration and production of…

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