The round-up of last week’s additive manufacturing news includes a AMTECH Expo and Rapidtech.3d team up to bridge India and Germany Ecosystem; Strategic Partnership between Incus GmbH and INDO-MIM; Guinness World Records set by Qatar for tallest 3D printed concrete tower; Seurat Technologies Raises $99M and much more.
In cooperation with India’s leading additive manufacturing trade fair AMTECH Expo, Rapid.Tech 3D is organizing the German Pavilion at this year’s AMTECH Expo on December 1 and 2 in Hyderabad. This marks another milestone in the cooperation between the two trade fair organizers, which was agreed at Rapid.Tech 3D in May 2023.
INDO-MIM Pvt. Ltd, the world’s largest player in the Metal Injection Molding industry and an emerging powder supplier to additive manufacturing industry globally announces a strategic partnership with INCUS GmbH, a leading manufacturer of 3D printer utilizing stereo lithographic metal 3D printing process.
At 12.1 metres tall and with a weight of 56 tonnes, a tower designed by Dar and the Doha Expo 2023 team (Qatar) and the Qatari Ministry of Municipality and 3D printed by Saint Gobain Weber Beamix from Eindhoven, has made it into the Guiness Book of Records as the tallest freestanding 3D printed concrete tower in the world.
The Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) today announced its keynote speakers for the 2024 AMUG Conference, which will be held in Chicago, Illinois, from March 10 -14, 2024. Jason Lopes, Director – Additive Manufacturing at Gentle Giant Studios, will take the stage on Tuesday, March 12.
Seurat Technologies, the 3D metal printing leader that is making manufacturing better for people and the planet, announced a $99 million Series C round led by NVentures, NVIDIA’s venture capital arm and Capricorn’s Technology Impact Fund focused on climate solutions
3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) announced it will showcase several new product innovations at Formnext 2023 including materials and printing technologies engineered to help customers meet a variety of application needs. With the introduction of Accura AMX High Temp 300C, 3D Systems is delivering an industry-leading unfilled material with an unmatched heat deflection temperature (HDT) of 300°C, which is nearly double the HDT of currently available unfilled materials.
Professors Herrmann and Spaeth of the Technische Hochschule Lübeck, in collaboration with Vertico and Sika, developed Hexastone. It was revealed at the largest compact trade exhibit for construction in Northern Europe, Nordbau 2023, in Neumünster of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.
Research from West Virginia University students and faculty into how 3D printing works in a weightless environment aims to support long-term exploration and habitation on spaceships, the moon or Mars.
Siemens Digital Industries Software has today announced that Ricoh have begun a collaboration to realize the industrial aluminum Binder Jetting (BJT) solution for mass production. Ricoh is leveraging Siemens’ Additive Manufacturing Network capabilities to maximize the efficiency of the process and to achieve the scale required to take advantage of BJT in an industrial setting.
A new study conducted at the University of Oxford offers significant progress in using 3D-printed neural tissues to repair brain injuries. The project began in late 2020 when senior authors Dr. Linna Zhou (Department of Chemistry), Dr. Francis Szele (Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics), Dr. Zoltán Molnár (Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics), and Dr. Hagan Bayley (Department of Chemistry) came together via the Oxford Martin Programme on 3D Printing for Brain Repair.
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