AM Industry

  • Airbus Farsoon partnership

    Chinese additive manufacturing company Farsoon Technologies is teaming up with Airbus Beijing Engineering Centre Co., Ltd. (ABEC) to establish an R&D program for polymer 3D printing in civil aviation. The partnership agreement signals the first time that the aerospace giant has collaborated with a polymer AM specialist from China. Through…

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  • GKN Additive customer center China

    Metal AM company GKN Additive announced the opening of its first customer center in China. The new facility, located in Danyang, will house cutting edge 3D printing equipment and will enable the company to teach its clients about the technology and design and produce metal components through hands-on prototyping workshops.…

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  • PrinterPrezz SI-BONE

    California-based medical manufacturing (or “Medifacturing”) company PrinterPrezz has signed a customer agreement with medical device company SI-BONE, Inc. to develop services for advanced 3D printed orthopedic devices and implants. The companies will leverage PrinterPrezz’s expertise in metal 3D printing, nanotechnologies and surgery to come up with next-gen medical devices. As…

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  • Airbus Ultimaker 3D printing

    Typically, when one thinks of additive manufacturing in the aerospace industry, it is of cutting edge metal AM technologies, used to fabricate complex parts. However, the vast number of applications within the aerospace field also calls for other AM processes, including FDM polymer capabilities. To fulfill this need, leading aircraft…

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  • Andretti Autosport Stratasys

    Stratasys has announced a new partnership with Andretti Autosport, a top racing team in IndyCar, Indy Lights, Rallycross and Formula E. The collaboration consists of a multi-year agreement through which Andretti will utilize Stratasys’ FDM 3D printing technology and materials to accelerate the design and development of its racing platforms.…

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  • Lamborghini Carbon partnership

    3D printing company Carbon has just announced an exciting new collaboration with Italian sports car brand Lamborghini. Through the partnership, Lamborghini will leverage Carbon’s Digital Light Synthesis (DLS) technology to produce end-use components for its Super SUV, the Urus. The Urus SUV, which the Sant’Agata Bolognese-based sports car brand released…

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  • Arcam Swedish facility

    Arcam AB, the Swedish manufacturer of industrial 3D printers owned by GE Additive, has broken ground on its newest facility. The facility, which will enable the GE Additive company to meet demand increases, will be located in the Mölnlycke Business Park outside of Gothenburg. According to a Linkedin post, the…

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    French med tech company BIOMODEX has opened a new corporate headquarters in Quincy, Massachusetts. The new facility, which will house corporate offices and a state-of-the-art 3D printing laboratory, signals BIOMODEX’s entry into the U.S. market. Based in Paris and supported by Dassault Systèmes, BIOMODEX is an innovator in the field…

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  • GoEngineer acquired Advanced RP, Inc.’s Stratasys 3D Printing Sales and Support business. The operation was finalized on January 1st, 2019. GoEngineer is headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, where it maintains a branch office and call center providing expanded hours of toll-free, centralized technical support and customer service to all customers.…

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  • EOS has acquired Vulcan Labs to further expand its bench of additive manufacturing experts in powder bed fusion technology. The new Vulcan Labs team members bring decades of industry experience into both EOS’ technical center in Pflugerville, Texas, and its ALM materials research and production facility in Temple, Texas, further…

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