The round-up of last week Additive Manufacturing News includes collaboration between AMTECH Expo and Rapid.Tech 3D; Nikon Advanced Manufacturing, Inc launched in the US by Nikon Corporation; launch of Anycubic Photon Mono 2; collaboration between ABS and Mencast Marine to accelerate the application of AM for Maritime and much more.
The 19th Rapid.Tech 3D 2023 once again offers a multifaceted programme with a specialist conference, accompanying exhibition and networking formats. The expo has also partnered up with AMTECH, the largest business networking platform for additive manufacturing in India and organiser of the AMTECH Expo. Together, the partners aim to build a bridge between the AM ecosystems in Germany and India and accelerate the growth of AM manufacturing in both countries.
Nikon Corporation (Nikon) announced the formation of Nikon Advanced Manufacturing, Inc. (Hamid Zarringhalam, CEO and Yuichi Shibazaki, Co-CEO) and will begin its operation in July 2023
The Participants of SCCD agreed to strengthen their efforts to foster supply chain resilience in the field of Semiconductors, collaborate on Robotics & Additive Manufacturing, and increase Export Controls cooperation, among others. To this end, the Participants intend to sustain their comprehensive partnership in the below ways.
China will explore using 3D printing technology to construct buildings on the moon, the official China Daily reported on Monday, as Beijing solidifies plans for long-term lunar habitation.
Development into the qualification and application of advanced manufacturing processes such as additive manufacturing (AM) for critical components on vessels is the subject of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) signed by ABS and Mencast Marine Pte. Ltd. during Singapore Maritime Week.
Anycubic has unveiled its latest resin 3D printer, the Anycubic Photon Mono 2. This new resin 3D printer is the upgraded version of the widely popular Photon Mono 4K, and it features several significant improvements that make it the perfect choice for beginners who want to dive into the world of resin 3D printing.
Stratasys Ltd. announced the launch of its new GrabCAD Print Pro software, with integrated quality assurance functionality from Riven, a recent Stratasys acquisition.
Impossible Objects takes its revolutionary CBAM composite 3D printing process to the next level with the announcement of the CBAM 25 machine, which will be unveiled at the RAPID +TCT tradeshow in Chicago. Printing fifteen times faster than the fastest competition, the CBAM 25 brings 3D printing into mass production.
Sakuu Corporation announces promising results from its ongoing testing of a novel printable lithium formulation from Livent for use in Sakuu’s 3D printed batteries.
MIT researchers utilized additive manufacturing to take a major step toward solving the technical problems in vacuum pump used in mass spectrometers . They 3D printed a miniature version of a type of vacuum pump, known as a peristaltic pump, that is about the size of a human fist.
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