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 AM Chronicle joining as media sponsor for AMUG 2023 Conference; Investment by Hexagon in autonomous and sustainable manufacturing through Divergent; Amaero International partners Rabdan for additive manufacturing and powder production in Abu Dhabi ; Collaboration between Oxford Performance Materials and Jajal Medical to supply large bone defect implants and much more.
AM Chronicle, one of the leading media platforms for additive manufacturing, will be joining the Additive Manufacturing User Group (AMUG) 2023 Conference as a media sponsor.
Hexagon AB, a global leader in digital reality solutions combining sensor, software and autonomous technologies, announced a 100 MUSD investment in Divergent Technologies Inc., a pioneer of green manufacturing technologies with the first modular digital factory for the automotive industry.
Oxford Performance Materials to Utilize the Jajal Digital Planning Platform to Supply Patient-Specific OsteoFab® Implants; Initial Cases in Process for War Casualties in Ukraine
Amaero International Limited has signed a binding joint venture agreement (JV Agreement) with Rabdan Industries for additive manufacturing and powder production in Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Stratasys Ltd. and intraoral3D scanner specialist 3Shape are introducing a new automated 3D printing color workflow using 3Shape’s Dental System software and the Stratasys J5 DentaJet 3D printer.
Mott and Conflux, two leading advanced manufacturing companies in the United States and Australia, respectively, announced a partnership that they will bring Conflux’s 3D printed thermal solutions to North American markets.
Researchers at the Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) have created a one-of-a-kind automated robotic platform that allows them to study the microscopic behavior of additive metal welds in real time.
UpFlow, a photopolymerizing material developed by UpNano GmbH (Austria), allows the fast and precise 3D-printing of micro-environments for a novel type of dynamic cell culture. Developed by IVF-specialist Fertilis Pty Ltd (Australia), this offers a better controlled and less variable environment for embryos before implantation and mimics the human body closer than other products currently on the market.
Fortify, a full stack materials science and digital manufacturing company, announced that it has received a strategic investment from Lockheed Martin Ventures, the venture capital arm of Lockheed Martin Corporation (NYSE:LMT). The funds will be used for process and material development of additive manufacturing of RF (radio frequency) devices.
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