• 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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  • Nuclear energy services and parts provider Framatome has completed the installation of the first 3D printed, stainless steel fuel component at the Forsmark Nuclear Power Plant, operated by Vattenfall in Sweden. In collaboration with KSB SE & Co. KgaA, the ATRIUM 11 upper tie plate grids were designed, manufactured, and…

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  • Additive Manufacturing is making its way into various industries as a viable technique for serial production. Its benefits in design freedom, lead time reduction and supply chain benefits are clear, yet the lack of relevant standards is limiting mass adoption. This is the main reason for DNV to create the…

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  • Funding awarded for the 3D printing of clean energy reactors. The FuzeHub grant will be led by Sadaf Sobhani at Cornell University.

    A new grant is bringing together a Cornell research group and industry partners to develop 3D printed ceramics that can be used to more efficiently break apart carbon emissions and turn them into clean energy. Sadaf Sobhani, assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, is leading a $50,000 FuzeHub grant…

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  • Hyliion acquires KARNO generator from GE Additive. The new hydrogen and fuel agnostic capable generator will be used onboard the Hypertruck.

    Hyliion Holdings Corp., a leader in electrified powertrain solutions for Class 8 semi-trucks, has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire a new hydrogen and fuel agnostic capable generator (“KARNO”) from GE Additive – part of GE – a world leader in metal additive technologies and manufacturing. “Solving climate change,…

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  • Ultra Safe Nuclear Corporation (Ultra Safe Nuclear), the Seattle-based global leader in the development of nuclear fission microreactors, opened its PFM facility (Pilot Fuel Manufacturing) in Oak Ridge, Tenn. The 3D printing process for manufacturing refractory ceramic carbides was developed at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and licensed by USNC for…

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  • Sakuu opens new battery printing and engineering facility in Silicon Valley. The gateway for at-scale battery printing gigafactories

    Sakuu, developer of the world’s first 3D printed solid-state battery, has opened a state-of-the-art multi-faceted engineering hub for its battery platform printing initiatives, in Silicon Valley. This multi-million dollar buildout follows the recent opening of Sakuu’s battery pilot line facility, currently producing batteries for clients, and the company’s successful follow-on…

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  • AML3D receives DNV accreditation to manufacture marine components. AML3D’s WAM technology meets the enhanced ‘class certification’ standards

    AML3D has been awarded the first Additive Manufacturing Facility accreditation with wire feedstock from DNV, the world’s leading Marine & Industrial Classification Society. The accreditation encompasses an “Approval of Manufacturer” (AoM) certificate and demonstrates that AML3D’s WAM technology meets the enhanced ‘class certification’ standards for integrity and quality that are…

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  • As an open innovation platform, Plug and Play Istanbul aims to establish connections between cutting-edge startups with Turkish corporations to support innovation and Industry 4.0 in the country’s many sectors, including energy, mobility, manufacturing and more. It was through this networking framework that one of Turkey’s largest industrial groups found…

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  • 3D printing sustainable

    Sustainability has been a major trending topic in AM recently. When manufacturing professionals from diversified industrial segments began to understand the possible uses of AM in mass production, using AM for sustainability was indicated as one of the key drivers for this transition. How real is this concept? Is it…

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