Acquisitions & Partnerships

  • Photo of Würth Industry signs distribution agreement with Markforged

    3D printer manufacturer Markforged has signed a distribution agreement with Würth Industry of North America (WINA), a distributor of supply chain solutions for fasteners, MRO and safety equipment. As per the agreement, Würth Industry will distribute Markforged 3D printing systems to customers in the U.S. from the manufacturing, oil and…

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  • Photo of Titomic and Triton enter into strategic partnership for DoD R&D

    Australian metal additive manufacturing company Titomic has made further inroads into the defense market, this time in the United States. The company has announced a strategic partnership with American global product development and technology company Triton Systems Inc through which its Titomic’s Kinetic Fusion (TKF) process will be implemented for…

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  • Photo of Essentium and LEHVOSS deliver engineering-grade materials for HSE 3D printing

    3D printing company Essentium Inc. has announced a partnership with chemicals company LEHVOSS Group, through which it has developed high-performance materials for industrial-scale extrusion 3D printing processes. The materials are certified and meet the standards required for applications in the aerospace, automotive, oil and gas, biomedical and electronic manufacturing industries.…

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  • Photo of DSM and JuggerBot 3D partner to advance FGF 3D printing

    Global sciences company Royal DSM has announced an expanded partnership with JuggerBot 3D, a 3D printer manufacturer based in Youngstown, Ohio. The aim of the collaboration is to advance fused granulate fabrication (FGF) and drive its industrialization by developing high-performance pellet-based 3D printers and materials. Pellet materials are something of…

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  • Photo of Titomic expands TKF distribution in Turkey with BTech

    Titomic, a metal AM company based in Australia, has signed a distribution agreement with Turkey-based BTech Innovation. As an authorized Titomic partner, BTech Innovation will distribute Titomic Kinetic Fusion (TKF) systems and metal powders to the Turkish market, while also providing local technical support and maintenance services to customers in…

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  • Photo of ASTM and UL sign international agreement for AM standards

    Standards organization ASTM International and safety certification company Underwriters Laboratories (UL) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the goal of building a framework for developing an international, dual-logo ISO and ASTM standard for AM. The agreement marks a significant step in the standardization of additive manufacturing, as it…

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  • Photo of Titomic partners with aerospace tooling leader Ascent

    One of Australia’s leading metal additive manufacturing companies Titomic has announced a partnership agreement with Ascent Aerospace, a U.S.-based provider of production and automated assembly systems for the aerospace, defense and space sectors. The companies will work together to bring Titomic’s Kinetic Fusion (TKF) additive process to Ascent’s associated aerospace…

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  • Photo of ANCA and CSIRO developing hybrid AM system for tungsten cutting tools

    ANCA, an Australian manufacturer of machine tools, is teaming up with national science agency CSIRO, Sutton Tools and the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC) to develop and bring to market a new hybrid manufacturing platform that combines additive and subtractive capabilities. The new and potentially disruptive system will be designed…

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  • Photo of Sartomer and Sirrus developing fast-curing 3D printing resins

    Sartomer, a subsidiary of Arkema specializing in advanced photocurable resin materials, has partnered with chemical company Sirrus to develop new fast-curing resins for 3D printing applications. The collaboration will focus on the creation of methacrylate resins with superior performance and will leverage Sirrus’ expertise in methylene malonate monomers and oligomers.…

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  • Photo of Simufact and Renishaw to improve simulation for multi-laser metal AM

    Engineering firm Renishaw has announced a partnership with simulation expert Simufact with the aim of improving powder-based metal additive manufacturing through simulation and build preparation. Through the collaboration, the companies will integrate Renishaw’s QuantAM build preparation software into Simufact Additive 2020. They will also work to further refine the simulation…

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