The round-up of last week’s additive manufacturing news includes successful launch of AM Conclave Middle East 2023; DNV and Aramco’s CSD Initiated the AM Facility Qualification of NAMI; Mighty Buildings raises $52 million in a funding; VOiLA3D welcomed Servan Bakker as its new Chief Technology Officer (CTO); Researchers at Texas A&M University are developing a new method of pharmaceutical 3D printing for pediatric patients and much more.
AM Conclave Middle East 2023, held on September 13-14 in Abu Dhabi, was a resounding success. With over 300 delegates and visitors from over 15+ countries, the event brought together the entire additive manufacturing (AM) ecosystem, including government officials, industry professionals, and researchers. The two-day event featured a high-quality technical conference, technology showcase, and expo. The conference covered the latest developments and trends in AM, with speakers from leading companies. The technology showcase featured a wide range of AM solutions, from hardware and software to materials and post-processing. The event was a valuable opportunity for attendees to learn about the latest AM technologies, network with industry leaders, and explore new business opportunities. AM Conclave established itself as the go to platform build awareness and promote the adoption of AM in the Middle East region and the next edition will be on September 18-19 in Abu Dhabi.
On September 11, 2023, NAMI extended a warm welcome to DNV and Aramco’s CSD (Consultant Services Department) to mark a significant milestone in our ongoing journey towards facility qualification.
VOiLA3D, a leading player in the Large-Scale Additive Manufacturing & Robotic Digital Fabrication industry, has welcomed Servan Bakker as its new Chief Technology Officer (CTO).
High-tech company TRUMPF recently made improvements to its 3D printing software TruTops Print. Users can now print parts with extreme overhang angles as low as 15 degrees without requiring support structures.
Mighty Buildings, a startup building tech for prefabricated, ostensibly environmentally-friendly homes, today announced that it raised $52 million in a funding round co-led by Waed Ventures and Bold Capital with participation by Khosla Ventures.
Farsoon Technologies, Changsha, China, has announced the launch of a sixteen-laser metal Additive Manufacturing machine.
SPEE3D announced that the Japan Ministry of Defense has contracted with SPEE3D to provide WarpSPEE3D and XSPEE3D printers for the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (JGSDF), furthering its additive manufacturing capabilities in Japan.
Aurora Labs has signed Master Services Contract to provide 3D powder-printed parts to oil and gas giant Chevron.
UConn Health spine surgeon Dr. Hardeep Singh uses devices fabricated to specific patient’s anatomy to perform spinal fusion
Convincing children to take their medication could become a lot easier. Researchers at Texas A&M University are developing a new method of pharmaceutical 3D printing for pediatric patients.
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