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  • TOffeeAM secures £5 million in venture capital investment, to further apply AI to the design of greener and cleaner engines.

    According to Imperial College London, one of their startups, TOffeeAM, has secured £5 million in international venture capital investment, which will support the company’s further development in applying AI to the design of greener and cleaner engines, and other machines. TOffeeAM’s clients already include names such as Boeing and Rolls-Royce, along…

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  • 3D printed pedestrian Smart Bridge unveiled at Autodesk University 2022 - designed in partnership with Autodesk, and Dar Al-Handasah.

    According to Arabian Business, the first prototype of a real-scale, five-meter long, 3D printed pedestrian Smart Bridge was unveiled at the Autodesk University (AU) 2022 conference, which took place on September 27-29 in New Orleans, Louisiana. The bridge was designed in the UAE, in partnership with American software company, Autodesk,…

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  • Bee-inspired 3D printing drones, AKA Aerial-AM, developed by Imperial College London and Empa researchers.

    Imperial College London and Empa researchers have created a fleet of bee-inspired flying 3D printing drones, collectively known as Aerial Additive Manufacturing (Aerial-AM), for building and repairing structures in-flight. The technology could ultimately be used for manufacturing and building in difficult-to-access or dangerous locations, such as tall buildings, or help…

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  • All digital production inevitably begins with DfAM, or “Design for Additive Manufacturing”, an acronym that indicates all those new approaches to product and part creation that are made possible by additive manufacturing. The 3dpbm AM Software Focus 2022 eBook looks at how these are made possible by parametric and generative…

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  • 'Lost' Van Gogh painting brought to life using 3D printing. Two UCL researchers have used X-rays, AI and 3D printing to reproduce the artwork.

    Ph.D. researchers Anthony Bourached (UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology) and George Cann (UCL Space and Climate Physics), have worked with artist, Jesper Eriksson, and have used cutting-edge technology to recreate a long-concealed Van Gogh painting. It’s the latest in their “NeoMasters” series of recreations, a project they’ve been working…

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  • ExLattice receives NSF SBIR Phase I award. For further developing its accelerated simulation engine dedicated to additive manufacturing.

    ExLattice, Inc has received a Phase I award from the National Science Foundation (NSF) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program for further developing its accelerated simulation engine dedicated to additive manufacturing. Founded in 2018 in Raleigh, North Carolina, by a team of PhDs who were building cutting-edge metal AM research knowledge…

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  • Ai Build secures $3.2m in funding. The Boeing-backed company's funding round was led ACT Venture Partners and SuperSeed.

    London-based, Ai Build, the company that developed AiSync, the AI-powered SaaS platform that maximizes the efficiency of additive manufacturing across the world’s leading enterprises in automotive and aerospace, and backed by Boeing, has closed a new funding round of $3.2m led by ACT Venture Partners, and existing investor, SuperSeed. “This…

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  • Altair acquires generative design software startup, Gen3D. Expanding the company's design technology for additive manufacturing.

    Altair, a global leader in computational science and artificial intelligence (AI) that provides software and cloud solutions in simulation, high-performance computing (HPC), data analytics, and AI, has acquired Gen3D, a technology startup providing design software for additive manufacturing, founded in 2018, by academics at the University of Bath, UK. Gen3D…

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  • Oqton and Eplus3D enter dental 3D printing partnership. Making Oqton’s AI-powered Manufacturing OS platform available.

    Oqton, a software provider, acquired by 3D Systems last year, that helps manufacturers increase innovation and efficiency by intelligently automating production, and Eplus3D, a leading global supplier of metal 3D printing solutions, have entered a strategic dental 3D printing partnership. Through this collaboration, both companies intend to enable dental laboratory…

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  • EOS and Hyperganic partner to develop space propulsion components. Integrating Hyperganic's AI-powered algorithmic engineering software.

    EOS has entered an exclusive partnership with Hyperganic, a company that aims to accelerate innovation in engineering through its software platform that creates parts, structures, and entire machines through computer algorithms and AI, to advance the field of space propulsion. “As a constant and pioneering innovator, we are now partnering with…

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