Metals

  • Monash University engineers create titanium alloy with one of the highest strength-to-weight ratios among all 3D printed metals

    A world-first study led by Monash University engineers has demonstrated how cutting-edge 3D printing techniques can be used to produce an ultra-strong commercial titanium alloy – a significant leap forward for the aerospace, space, defense, energy, and biomedical industries. Australian researchers, led by Professor Aijun Huang and Dr. Yuman Zhu…

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  • HP 3D printing’s new Metal Jet S100 Solution was officially launched at the 2022 International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS). Now commercially available on a global scale, the new metal binder jetting system has been developed over the past four years to accelerate innovative designs and products and digitally print mass…

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  • Uniformity Labs partners with Polimotor and Incodema3D. Producing a light-weight Cam Tray engine component using AlSi10Mg.

    Uniformity Labs, a producer of engineered materials for advanced manufacturing, has partnered Polimotor, a race car engine developer, and Incodema3D, a leader in direct metal 3D printing, to produce a Cam Tray engine component designed by Polimotor. The Cam Tray component and associated CAD files were provided by Matti Holtzberg, founder…

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  • 6K Additive and Incodema3D enter strategic partnership. The agreement will focus on AM metal powder supply and recycling.

    6K Additive, a division of 6K, a leader in the sustainable production of engineered materials for additive manufacturing and lithium-ion batteries produced from its UniMelt plasma technology, has entered into a strategic AM powder supply agreement, and recycling partnership, with NY-based Incodema3D, a production supplier in metal additive manufacturing. Following…

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  • Velo3D qualifies M300 tool steel for use in Sapphire printers. An ultra-low carbon alloy that delivers very high strength and hardness.

    Velo3D, a leading metal additive manufacturing technology company for mission-critical parts, has qualified M300 tool steel, an ultra-low carbon alloy that delivers very high strength and hardness, for use in Velo3D’s Sapphire printers. Velo3D has already seen extensive interest in the alloy from automotive manufacturers for use in high-pressure die…

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  • CuNi30 developed by 3D Systems in collaboration with HII. A corrosion-resistant, copper-nickel alloy for use with the DMP Flex 350 printer.

    3D Systems has developed CuNi30, a corrosion-resistant, copper-nickel alloy for use with its DMP Flex 350 metal 3D printer. This material resulted from the company’s collaboration with HII’s Newport News Shipbuilding division, which focused on developing materials and process parameters for laser powder bed fusion additive manufacturing. The companies’ deep…

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  • The Royal Netherlands Navy and Nanoe explore the potential of using a Zetamix system to produce metal and ceramic parts on site.

    Nanoe is partnering with the Royal Netherlands Navy to explore the possibilities of equipping LPD Ships with Zetamix systems – to enable the production of metal and ceramic parts on site. Founded by three engineers in 2008, Nanoe is a French company that specializes in the elaboration and production of…

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  • Cooksongold is a jewelry manufacturer that has been around for more than a century and is referred to as a “one-stop shop for anything jewelry”. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that it is one of the biggest jewelry manufacturers—and one of the most advanced companies in direct precious…

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  • Researchers evaluate residual strain in real-time. To optimize industrial designs to produce more efficient 3D printed metal parts.

    Researchers are optimizing industrial designs to produce more efficient parts using additive manufacturing. Material made using AM methods that employ lasers can have residual strain resulting from rapid heating and cooling during printing. Heat treating, or annealing, parts after they are printed reduces the strain. But too much heat can…

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  • Purdue University and Velo3D print hypersonic metal parts. AM injector components used to create Mach 6 conditions for ground-testing.

    “Supersonics” denotes aircraft that break the sound barrier at Mach 1 (like the now-retired Concord and the up-and-coming Boom Supersonic), and extends to around Mach 5, which is five times the speed of sound and more than 3,500 mph at sea level. As one reaches the upper speed – you…

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