The round-up of last week’s additive manufacturing news includes construction of World’s First 3D Printed Temple by Apsuja Infratech in collaboration with Simpliforge Creations; partnership between CRP Technology and Orbital Space; Scientist at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has successfully 3D-printed hair follicles within lab-grown human skin tissue; launch of two new additive manufacturing platforms by ADDiTEC and much more.
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Apsuja Infratech in collaboration with Simpliforge Creations proudly announced the inauguration of the world’s first 3D Printed Hindu Temple at Charvitha Meadows. Crafted meticulously over months of dedicated work, the temple embodies the union of tradition and cutting-edge technology. This architectural marvel, standing at 35.5 ft tall and spanning across 4,000 square feet, stands as an awe-inspiring testament to human ingenuity and devotion.
CRP Technology officially joined the UAE private aerospace company Orbital Space as a partner for their Lunaris Moon Mission. CRP Technology will 3D print in Windform composites the lunar payload
Scientists in the United States successfully 3D-printed hair follicles within lab-grown human skin tissue, a first in the evolving history of biomedical engineering. The results of the study from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute of New York were published in the journal Science Advances.
ADDiTEC, an innovator in advanced metal additive manufacturing, has unveiled two revolutionary manufacturing platforms, AMDroid and Hybrid3, that are anticipated to redefine standards of precision, efficiency, and versatility in the sector.
Büttner and Meltio; a disruptive laser metal deposition technology manufacturer today announced that Büttner Ltd is going to play a key role in the distribution and support of the Meltio metal 3D printing solutions in the Hungarian market, as an official sales partner.
The University of Texas at El Paso opened its new 3D manufacturing engineering facility in central El Paso today to spur new economic development in the Paso del Norte region. UTEP hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday to commemorate the official opening of the 3D Engineering and Additive Manufacturing Technologies
3D Lab, a leader in ultrasonic metal powder production and processing machines, showcased its latest advancements in the ATO Technology ecosystem at the Formnext trade fair.
AMFG’s automated workflow software has been enhanced by Dyndrite with the capability to 3D nest multiple CAD files for production.
Ursa Major is proud to introduce Lynx, a new approach to designing and manufacturing solid rocket motors (SRM). Lynx redefines a market plagued by a broken supply chain and an overextended industrial base.
Wire arc additive manufacturing business AML3D has announced an order for the largest machine it has built to date, placed by Austal USA through AML3D’s reseller Philips Corporation.
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