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HiETA Tech part

HiETA Technologies

HiETA Technologies will begin using Simufact Engineering’s Additive simulation software to enhance its selective laser melting processes. more

Software

Siemens Materials Solutions 3d-printed-blades

Siemens

Siemens, a global technology company, is investing £27m in an additive manufacturing (AM) facility for its Worcester-based Materials Solutions business. more

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

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Porsche Classic

Porsche

Porsche, the German automotive manufacturer, has revealed its use of 3D printing to manufacture spare parts for its classic car division. more

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SLM Solutions 280 2.0

SLM Solutions

SLM Solutions has announced Metal Heart as its first reseller in South Africa. The company will distribute the company's hardware and provide support to customers in the region. more

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Sean Dillow

Andy Stallwood, Mechanical Designer at Diamond Light Source Ltd. talks us through the 3D printing of a complex part enabling the study of objects at a cellular level. more

Services

Croft Additive Manufacturing is supporting the George Watson College in Edinburgh as their students bid to be crowned European champions in a European Space Agency competition. more

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SLM Solutions 280 2.0 machine

SLM Solutions

SLM Solutions is to present its generative Selective Laser Melting technology intended for the production of mould segments for tyre treads on the Tire Technology Expo 2017 in Hannover. more

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Nottingham Uni car component

Nottingham University

Engineers at The University of Nottingham are additively manufacturing lightweight automotive components, boosting vehicle fuel efficiency while reducing noise and CO2 emissions. The components are being produced as part of the FLAC project. more

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At CES 2017, the online service provider will showcase its six module process designed to optimise the 3D printing of metal parts. more

CES

OR Laser launched its SLM machine at formnext powered by tct 2016 and we caught up with the chief business officer to see why the time is right for a new player in the metal 3D printing world. more

TCT Conference @ Formnext

3D printed jet engine

Monash University

Australian company, Amaero Engineering, the developers of the world's first 3D-printed jet engine, has launched a new venture with French Aerospace firm, Safran Power Units. Together they will extend prior research and print more turbojet components. more

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In partnership with Goethelab, Aachen, the German organisation will debut the sub €30,000 SLM technology in Frankfurt this month. more

TCT Conference @ Formnext

The German metal additive manufacturing leader has expanded its presence in Russia with a new branch set up in Moscow earlier this year. more

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The floor here at AMUG 2016 was opened up to grill some of the industry's leaders on the state of the market, innovation, training and much more. TCT was reporting live. more

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How Materialise's 3-maticSTL was used to optimise the design of a hydraulic valve at the VTT Technical Research Centre in Finland. more

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Dan was invited to the European Parliament for the Additive Manufacturing European Conference to see how the EU’s strategy for AM was shaping up. more

Daniel O'Connor's Blog

Neff Capital Management launches new company Sintavia with $10 million capital investment into 3D printing solutions for aerospace and defence. more

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German manufacturer joins the biggest names in the aerospace industry to present comprehensive range of laser sintering solutions. more

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Conference Director and Group Editor Jim pens his thoughts on the inaugural TCT Asia. more

Jim Woodcock's Blog