• Chromatic 3D Materials passes 14 CFR vertical burn tests and demonstrating compliance with anti-flammability aviation standards.

    Chromatic 3D Materials, a 3D printing materials and technology provider, has passed 14 CFR vertical burn tests – which demonstrate compliance with anti-flammability standards for airworthiness. Chromatic’s durable, abrasion-resistant thermoset polyurethanes are suitable for a wide variety of airline parts, including elastomeric components used in stowage compartments and decorative panels,…

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  • DNV GL, one of the leading standard developers with a focus on additive manufacturing, has published the new edition of the DNV-ST-B203 standard for additive manufacturing of metallic parts. The standard, which is the result of a joint industry project, now includes baseline requirements for the most established additive manufacturing…

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  • 9T Labs awarded ISO 9001 certification - a standard ensuring that customers receive consistent, good-quality products and services.

    9T Labs AG, a Swiss company specializing in digital, automated, and cost-competitive serial production of continuous fiber components, has received ISO 9001 certification, a global quality management standard of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), based in Geneva, Switzerland. The application process for ISO 9001 is comprehensive and rigorous and…

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  • As 2022 closes out, 3DPRINTUK reports that it has passed Stage 2 of the ISO 9001:2015 standard audit with ZERO findings, after completing Stage 1 earlier in the year. This means that the London-based 3D printing service provider operates at the highest levels for quality assurance and validation of 3D…

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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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  • NIST awards funding to ASTM International. To develop a roadmap for advanced manufacturing technologies in the construction sector.

    ASTM International has been awarded funding from the US Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to develop a roadmap for guidance and adoption of advanced manufacturing technologies in the construction sector. The funding, which totals nearly $300,000, will be used for the development of a roadmap…

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  • State of Montana becomes the first US state to give broad regulatory approval for 3DCP, specifically for 3D printed walls - given to Apis Cor

    Building code regulators at the US state level in Montana have made history as the first to approve 3D printed walls as an equal replacement for walls made with concrete masonry units (CMUs), or a standard cored concrete block. The approval was granted to Tim Stark, a contractor based in…

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  • NIST, the U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology, has awarded $3.7 million in grants to help address current and future barriers to widespread adoption of metals-based additive manufacturing (AM) through metal AM standardization and measurement science research. “The U.S. can take a leading role in developing…

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  • AS9100D certification, for aerospace parts, pursued by AML3D. The Aerospace Quality Management System AS9100D:2016 Accreditation..

    AML3D will be commencing the implementation of the Aerospace Quality Management System AS9100D:2016 Accreditation. The accreditation is essential and enables the company to manufacture ‘fly parts’ for use in aircraft. Once implemented, AML3D would be the second 3D wire feedstock additive manufacturing company, worldwide, to achieve the Standard – providing…

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  • Orion Medical enables 3D printing in precision medicine. Its Thermal Radiation Heating offers 3D printing with injection-molded strength.

    Orion Medical GmbH, founded in Cham, Switzerland in March 2022, is a manufacturing solutions provider for the medical devices industry. The company is closely linked to Orion Additive Manufacturing GmbH (Orion AM), an established manufacturer of 3D printing systems for high-performance polymers based in Berlin, Germany. The key advantage of…

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