The round-up of last week’s additive manufacturing news includes development of low-cost 3D printed device by researchers at BITS to detect diabetes; Formlabs announcement for price reduction for Form 3+ printers; ATI to establish AM facility for U.S. Navy and more.
BITS Scientists have developed a portable system that uses 3D printing technology to analyze glucose and lactate levels in sweat samples.
Formlabs, a pioneering leader in the 3D printing industry, is thrilled to announce a substantial 30% reduction in the consumer price of its flagship product, the Form 3+ effective September 7th, 2023.
Researchers at the University of California San Diego have developed a new type of material that could offer a sustainable and eco-friendly solution to clean pollutants from water.
ATI Inc. has been awarded a contract by Bechtel Plant Machinery Inc. (BPMI) to support development of highly engineered part solutions in support of the U.S. Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program. To support the contract, which calls for advanced manufacturing methods including metal additive manufacturing, ATI will establish a dedicated additive manufacturing facility outside Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Bartlett Maritime Corporation is teaming with Additive Engineering Solutions to develop 3D printed parts to support Bartlett’s work in building capacity and capability for America’s submarine industrial base.
nScrypt announces the issuance of U.S. Patent No. 11,707,889 (‘889 patent). The ‘889 patent, entitled “Modular Mobile Direct Digital Manufacturing Systems,” covers a modular system for direct digital manufacturing in a shipping container
Roboze announced the renewal of the partnership with Ducati Corse, the sports division of Ducati Motor Holding, for 2023.
For Chinese scientists at Jiangnan University, the shape of things to come rests on a ceramic slurry and 3D printing. The benefits of earlier processes used in 3D printing were often offset by issues of accuracy, speed and economy.
AddUp and the WBA Aachener Werkzeugbau Akademie are proving the benefits of metal AM for mold making to six tools making companies through its Tooling Study.
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