The round-up of last week’s additive manufacturing news includes successful accomplishment of AMTECH 2023 with over 2000+ delegates participating at the event; RRCAT & Lokesh Machines Limited Developed Hybrid DED Machine launched at AMTECH 2023; Immensa raised US$20 million funding and much more.
With more than 2000+ delegates, 70+ exhibitors, government and private stakeholders, AMTECH 2023 was successful in bringing in the additive manufacturing ecosystem together at Hitex Exhibition Center, Hyderabad. The special focus at the event was the innovation zone, where delegates experienced the application of AM in space, drone and shoes technology. In addition to this, the German Pavilion at AMTECH 2023 helped to connect the German and Indian AM communities. The machine and product launches also were appreciated by the stakeholders at the event, show casing the growth of Indian AM space.
In a pioneering move to address the scarcity of metal 3D printer machines in the Indian market, AIC Pi- Hub — the Incubation Centre of Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology (RRCAT), Indore has developed a metal 3D printing machine with Lokesh Machines Limited Hyderabad. The machine was launched at AMTECH 2023
Immensa, MENA’s largest additive manufacturing startup, announces a US$20 million funding round. The round was led by Global Ventures – MENA’s leading venture capital firm.
In a new project led by Michael Rivera, an assistant professor in the ATLAS Institute and Department of Computer Science at the CU Boulder, their team developed a method for 3D printing a wide range of objects using a paste made entirely out of old coffee grounds, water and a few other sustainable ingredients.
Stratasys Ltd. announced it has partnered with Siemens Healthineers to carry out a landmark research project designed to develop new state-of-the-art solutions for the advancement of medical imaging phantoms for computed tomography (CT) imaging.
With Guam experiencing a shortage of affordable houses, the University of Guam recently hosted a roundtable discussion about a potential housing solution that will be quicker than traditional builds, and potentially cost-effective.
From humble beginnings as a small room tucked away on campus, the University of Waterloo’s Multi-Scale Additive Manufacturing (MSAM) Lab opened its doors today to a new facility that will serve as a home for the university’s next-generation metal 3D-printing research.
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