• Aluminum and aluminum alloys are considered the most interesting materials for the next phase of AM growth into large batch and serial production applications. This is due primarily to aluminum’s excellent mechanical properties and low price when compared to similarly lightweight metals such as titanium. However, this vision, while in…

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  • The European Space Agency (ESA) announced on January 12th that the very first European technology to make contact with the surface of the Moon will include 3D prints produced by Orion Additive Manufacturing (Orion AM), for the Rashid rover. These will also be the first 3D printed parts on the…

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  • Leading Chinese PBF hardware manufacturer Farsoon completed the first phase of its Advanced Material Factory project after 20 months of intensive construction. The new factory started its very first production run of Farsoon plastic powder bed fusion material at the beginning of Jan 2023. As a dedicated site for increased…

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  • A new C100 EASY LAB ceramics SLA 3D printer from French company 3DCeram was delivered to Sivas University of Science and Technology. According to 3DCeram, this is the first technical ceramic 3D printing machine in Turkey and the company believes that this initiative marks the first step in a rich…

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  • Los Angeles-based 3DEO, a design, engineering and manufacturing firm, recognized as the world’s highest volume metal 3D printing service (as per data collected in 3dpbm’s Metal AM report) introduced 316L austenitic stainless steel for its proprietary binder jetting-based metal 3D printing process. The new material is available to customers across…

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  • 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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  • AddUp has released its AISI 420 steel - a material commonly used for plastic injection molding that can now be 3D printed.

    The AddUp group, a global metal additive manufacturing OEM, has released a recipe for shaping AISI 420 steel. This material, commonly used in the field of plastic injection molding, can now be used for additive manufacturing. AISI 420 steel will enable tooling manufacturers to develop new, more complex, and more…

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  • UK-based Alloy Wire International – AWI – is targeting new additive manufacturing opportunities for its range of Exotic wire that can be used in WAAM technologies. The company, one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of round, flat and profile wire presented the new material range at last year’s Farnborough International…

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  • IperionX wins $500,000 US Air Force contract. The company is now eligible to produce titanium metal powders for the AFRL.

    IperionX has been announced as the winner of the US Department of Defense’s National Security Innovation Network (NSIN) Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Grand Challenge contract. As a result, IperionX will be eligible to produce titanium metal powders from scrap materials and rejuvenate used or out-of-specification titanium powder for the…

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  • UOW researcher uses plastic waste to 3D print furnished homes. The project is titled 'Designing for Circular Economics'.

    According to the United Nations Environment Programme, out of the approximately 400 million tonnes of plastic waste produced every year, only an estimated 9% has been recycled. Dr. Aziz Ahmed, a lecturer in Structural Engineering in the School of Civil, Mining, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering at the University of Wollongong…

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