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Osseus Fusion Systems spine implant

Osseus Fusion Systems

A Texan medical device company has received FDA approval for five new spine implants 3D printed in titanium. more

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Velo3D Sapphire System

Velo3D

Velo3D has launched the Sapphire System, a metal powder bed fusion platform designed for high volume manufacturing. more

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Betatype headlight component

Betatype

Betatype, a provider of additively manufactured components, has produced 384 headlight components in a single build using metal powder bed fusion. more

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Simufact Engineering Ampower

Ampower

Simufact Engineering and Ampower, an industrial additive manufacturing consultancy firm, are working together to increase the capabilities of simulation for metal-based AM processes. more

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BASF

BASF SE

BASF 3D Printing Solutions has acquired Advanc3D Materials and Setup Performances SAS, two material manufacturing partners based in Europe. more

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Air Force defect example

ARL Penn State

Work has begun on a $1.4m project under the Maturation of Advanced Manufacturing for Low-Cost Sustainment program funded by the Air Force Research Laboratory through America Makes. more

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Stratasys has announced a new spin-off designed to advance Powder-Bed Fusion (PBF) metal additive manufacturing, Vulcan Labs, Inc. more

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Group Editor, Daniel O'Connor on the growth of metal additive manufacturing in China. more

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Sintavia, a leading Tier One metal additive manufacturing company, has received internal approval to manufacture production parts for Honeywell Aerospace using powder bed fusion technology. more

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Marinus Van Breugel

Integrating the additive powder bed process into the manufacturing process chain

Ralf Loettgen, Expert Additive Manufacturing at GF Machining Solutions in Ipsach, Switzerland discusses AM in mould and die manufacturing. more

26 Dec 2017 10:00 Guest Column

Adira conceptual AM machine

Adira

Sheet metal machinery supplier, Adira has developed machine tools to produce big-sized metal Additive Manufacturing components, using Tiled Laser Melting and Direct Laser Processing technologies. The tools are based on both PBF and DED technology. more

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Adira TLM solution

Adira

Adira, a Portuguese sheet metal machinery manufacturer, has developed machine tools for large metal additive manufacturing components. The new machine tools are based on both powder bed fusion (PBF) and directed energy deposition (DED) technology. more

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NASA 3D Printed Rocket Test

NASA/MSFC/NASA/David Olive

The huge aerospace and defence company, who were recently awarded with a huge manufacturing contract by NASA have successfully tested a hypersonic engine combustor at Langley Research Center. more

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