Bringing you up to speed with the week that went by in the world of Additive Manufacturing with the AM Chronicle weekly news update
The round up of last weeks additive manufacturing news includes launch of contract manufacturing network by EOS; launch of Creality Ender-5 FDM printer; partnership between BNNano and Innosek and successful printing of 9.9-meter-high villa by Dar Al Arkan in Saudi Arabia.
EOS, has launched its new Contract Manufacturing Network. The network connects end customers with established AM production partners, so they can create high quality parts in a fast and reliable way. Initially the network will be set up in EMEA with seven partners, namely FKM, Erpro, Volum-E, Pankl, Materialise, Oerlikon, Hasenauer & Hesser. It will be expanded globally, with more partners joining over the coming months.
Featuring up to 250mm/s printing speed and 300°C high temperature, Creality’s has launched its latest flagship Ender-5 S1 FDM printer.
BNNano and Innosek announce a strategic partnership to fast-track nano-enhanced engineering materials into additive manufacturing.
A team of researchers from Japan and the USA, led by Professor Akihiro Takezawa from Waseda University have an optimized design strategy to address the challenge of deformation caused by residual stress in metal additive manufacturing fabrication technology.
Dar Al Arkan, Saudi Arabia’s real estate company, has launched the first 3D construction printed (3DCP) two-story, 9.9-meter-high villa in the kingdom at the Shams Al Riyadh residential development.
In alignment to the federal Defense Production Act small and medium-sized manufacturers received printers to print parts in case of emergency situations.
Hexagon and Raytheon Technologies have partnered to deliver a simulation tool that will enable evaluation and optimization of metal additive manufacturing processes through the prediction of thermal history and defects at the laser path and powder layer scale.
The Pentagon wants to use additive manufacturing to design and build hypersonic weapon and vehicle systems that can operate in extreme conditions.
Experts from Dubai Health Authority’s (DHA) Primary Healthcare Centre and Rashid Hospital have collaborated with 3D printing healthcare start-up Sinterex , to save the jaw of a patient who had an aggressive tumour.
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