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Titomic Formnext stand

Titomic

During its first Formnext as an exhibitor, TCT speaks to Titomic to find out more about the Kinetic Fusion process and the key vertical markets the company is working in. Read more

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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. Read more

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Renishaw has renewed its sponsorship of TransFIORmers, the French Moto2 racing team for which it additively manufactured (AM) an integral suspension component for in 2016. Read more

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Airbus has installed a 3D printed titanium bracket, manufactured by Arconic, on its series production commercial aircraft, the A350 XWB. Read more

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GE Aviation has entered a joint venture with Allegheny Technologies, a producer of advanced speciality materials, to develop a new meltless titanium alloy powder for use in AM applications. Read more

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Prodways Rapid Additive Forging

Prodways

Ahead of its appearance at the Paris Air Show next week, Prodways Group has launched its new Rapid Additive Forging (RAF) 3D metal printing technology. Read more

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FIT AG Caterpillar

FIT AG

Combining Caterpillar’s expertise in machinery manufacturing and engineering, with FIT AG’s knowledge of additive manufacturing, the new partners will look to take advantage of the benefits of AM specifically in the heavy manufacturing space. Read more

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Puris LLC.

Carpenter Technology Corporation announces $35 million deal to purchase titanium additive manufacturing powder provider, Puris LLC. Read more

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Motorsport has always been one of 3D printing's earliest and most innovative adopters but most case studies tend to be on vehicles with four wheels, this story from Renishaw showcases how it benefits those on two wheels too. Read more

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Metal powders has been the prevailing raw material of choice when it comes to metal 3D printing but Norsk Titanium are looking to challenge that market dominance with their direct metal deposition technology. Read more

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Additive manufacturing technologies provider Arcam has increased its Plasma Atomised titanium powder capacity with a third atomisation reactor. Read more

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GKN Aerospace to launch 3 year project to develop new titanium powder for additive manufacturing of aerospace components. Read more

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Slovakian team produces custom cranial, jaw and facial implants with EOS technology. Read more

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EBAM system from Sciaky will help Lockheed Martin reduce time and cost on the production of titanium propulsion tanks. Read more

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Avio 3D-printed turbine blades

GE

On this oh so apt of days possibly the world's leading aerospace company reveal a breakthrough in the 3D printing of blades that are in excess of 50% lighter than their counterparts. Read more

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Leader in metal additive manufacturing EOS introduces EOS Titanium Ti64ELI and EOS StainlessSteel 316L to portfolio. Read more

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A man's face has been rebuilt by surgeons in Swansea using 3D printing technology from Renishaw and LayerWise after he suffered an horrific bike accident in 2012. Read more

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Gray's Anatomy Male Pelvis

Gray's Anatomy

A surgeon has 3D printed the pelvis of a cancer patient, who had half of his own pelvis removed to prevent the spread of bone cancer. Read more

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Patrick Pittman

It's been a mad year for 3D printing, but what better time to join the fun? TCT Digital Media & Community Editor Rose Brooke looks back on the biggest stories of her first year in 3D printing. Read more

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Arcam has signed a strategic agreement with Raymor in which it acquires the company's metal powders division AP&C. Read more

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