The round-up of last week’s additive manufacturing news includes India’s First Robotic 3D Printing facility in Bangalore by VOiLA3D; World’s First 3D Printing Technology for Advanced Transparent Displays developed by KERI; collaboration between India based IRTI Robotics and Meltio and more.
VOiLA3D, a organization in the field of robotic additive manufacturing, announced the launch of India’s First Robotic 3D Printing Facility in Bangalore.
The Evo One LFAM (large format additive manufacturing) project – which also involves 3D printing specialists Evo-3D, materials supplier Filamentive, software developer AI Build and energy tech company Baker Hughes – aims to develop a 3D printer system that could make UK manufacturers more competitive than international peers. It has received £1.1m in funding from government agency Innovate UK.
Researchers at the Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute (KERI) have achieved a groundbreaking milestone in the realm of advanced display technology. Dr. Jaeyeon Pyo’s team at KERI successfully developed the world’s first 3D printing technology capable of integrating transparent displays and augmented reality (AR) devices, inspired by the fascinating color-changing abilities of chameleons and the vibrant hues found in peacock feathers.
Velo3D, announced that Schoeller-Bleckmann Oilfield Technology (SBOT), a leading provider of high-precision components for the oil and gas industry, has purchased a Sapphire XC large-format printer to expand its additive manufacturing capabilities.
India based IRTI Robotics, and Meltio; the Spain based disruptive laser metal deposition technology manufacturer today announced that IRTI Robotics is going to play a key role in the integration and support of the Meltio Engine Robot solution in the Indian market.
SLM Solutions, Lübeck, Germany, is expanding its comprehensive solutions portfolio to meet diverse customer needs for all applications, from standard to ultra-large-format Additive Manufacturing applications, through the acquisition of Adira AddCreative’s technology.
Melbourne cold spray additive manufacturing (CSAM) machinery manufacturer SPEE3D has successfully participated in Annual US Marines Corps Integrated Training Exercise 4-23 (ITX), printing on-demand parts in the field to support critical defense operations.
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