The round-up of last week’s additive manufacturing news includes opening of 2024 AMUG conference registration; Al Seer Marine announced a collaboration with Abu Dhabi Maritime; Caracol officially launches US operations; EOS launched the Can I 3D Print This online analysis tool; Apple will use 3D printers for its upcoming Apple Watch Series 9 models and much more.
The Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) announced that online registration will open on September 1, 2023, for its 2024 AMUG Education and Training Conference, which will take place in Chicago, Illinois, from March 10-14, 2024.
Al Seer Marine, a leading marine organization in the Arabian maritime region has announced a collaboration with Abu Dhabi Maritime to pioneer additive manufacturing technology in the Maritime Industry.
EOS North America and its Additive Minds applied engineering group, have launched the Can I 3D Print This online analysis tool, enabling organizations that are exploring additive manufacturing (AM) to input application information into a user-friendly platform and generate reporting that helps answer the question, ‘Can I 3D Print This?’
Caracol officially launches US operations with the opening of its North American Headquarter in Austin (TX). With this strategic investment, the company will be able to produce and assemble its integrated hardware and software Large Format Additive Manufacturing platforms, Heron AM, directly in the USA.
Apple is using 3D printers to make the chassis for some of the upcoming Apple Watch Series 9 models, according to Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman.
The U.S. defense budget for 2024, now passed in the Senate, includes $76 million for University of Maine research. According to Senator Susan Collins, many 3D printing and materials research projects could benefit from this.
The crew of USS Bataan (LHD 5), a Wasp-class amphibious assault ship in the United States Navy, supported by the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), has additively manufactured and replaced a sprayer plate used in a de-ballast air compressor (DBAC) while at sea.
5 Belgian firms and analysis centres are becoming a member of forces within the AstroCardia challenge, which can contain a 3D bioprinted coronary heart and circulatory system being despatched into area to check coronary heart well being and ageing.
LuxCreo in partnership with sports brand ASICS announced the launch of the second generation ACTIBREEZE™ HYBRID SANDAL.
A licensing agreement between the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory and research partner ZEISS will enable industrial X-ray computed tomography, or CT, to perform rapid evaluations of 3D-printed components using ORNL’s machine learning algorithm, Simurgh.
Senvol recently demonstrated a machine learning approach to material allowables development that was shown to be more flexible, cost-effective, time-effective, and equivalent to the conventional (in this case, MMPDS) approach to material allowables development.
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