The round-up of last week’s additive manufacturing news includes investment by ITHCA Group in InnoTech; DNV joins as a knowledge partner in AM Conclave; Apple to use titanium 3D printed parts in its Apple Watch; research on novel infra-red 3D-printing technique by Scientists in Edinburgh and much more.
AM Conclave an initiative to promote Additive Manufacturing ecosystem in the Middle East is pleased to announce the addition of DNV as its Knowledge Partner. DNV’s collaboration with AM Conclave emphasizes their shared commitment to fostering knowledge sharing of additive manufacturing across various sectors.
ITHCA Group has announced its investment in the InnoTech, with the goal of expanding the use of 3D printing in Construction.
The next edition of the Apple Watch Ultra will feature titanium mechanical parts where some have been produced by 3D printing to save time and cost, says analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
Nano Dimension announced that it closed a series of landmark sales of Additive Manufacturing printers and Additive Electronics robotics systems in Q2/2023 which are material in size and customers’ profiles that are leading and large-scale businesses and organizations.
The National Center for Defense Manufacturing and Machining (NCDMM) and America Makes have announced a new open project call funded by the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense, Research and Engineering Manufacturing Technology Office (OSD (R&E)), and the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) worth a total of $6.4 million.
Tri-Tech 3D, UK provider of Stratasys, One-Click Metal and XJet 3D printing solutions,supported the National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS) with the opening of its new facility in Renfrewshire, Scotland.
Dimensionics Density has introduced density determination technology for additive manufacturing, which can help with the automation of the AM process.
AIM3D becomes the 4th company where HZG Group invests since the launch of the VC firm.AIM3D, a company developing a multi-material 3D printing technology, has completed another funding round based around their existing investors.
Scientists in Edinburgh have developed a new 3D-printing technique that could have a huge impact on manufacturing.
Incus, a leading provider of Lithography-based Metal Manufacturing (LMM) solutions, has announced the successful completion of its joint 18-month project with the European Space Agency (ESA), OHB System AG, and Lithoz GmbH to test the potential of 3D printing and zero-waste workflow for the lunar environment.
AM Conclave Middle East is an initiative to bring the entire Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing ecosystem in the Middle East on one platform including Government, Users, Software Providers, Hardware, Material Manufacturers, Research Institutes and Standards & Certification Bodies, with an aim to advance the adoption of AM in line with the various initiatives and strategies in the region to catalyze manufacturing.
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