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Technical University of Munich

The Technical University of Munich (TUM), GE Additive, Oerlikon and Linde have formed an additive manufacturing cluster to conduct research into and develop additive manufacturing technology in Bavaria, Germany. Read more

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Technical University of Munich’s (TUM) Institute of Micro Technology and Medical Device Technology is to use AMT’s PostPro3DMini platform to support its research endeavours. Read more

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The Technical University of Munich and the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology will partner with Oerlikon to support its strategy to further raise its profile as a leader in surface solutions into additive manufacturing. Read more

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High-end additive manufacturing solutions leader, EOS has announced its support of the Swiss society Devanthro and the Roboy project at the Technical University of Munich. The aim of Roboy is to advance humanoid robotics to the capability of humans. Read more

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