Renishaw – Making Dentistry Digital

  One of the most renowned myths about America’s first president, George Washington, is that his dentures were made from wood. In fact, Washington had several sets of full and partial dentures, all of which were constructed from human, cow and horse teeth, lead, copper Read More »

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BHGE – Leveraging Global Capabilities for Local Impact and Accelerating Innovation Across Industries that Move, Power, and Improve Lives

  Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE), held a “groundbreaking” ceremony in mid-July for the BHGE Inspection Technology Customer Solutions Center, scheduled to open later this year in Cincinnati, Ohio. The ceremony provided an overview of the center which will serve as a test bed and Read More »

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Toolcraft Selects Simufact Additive to Accelerate Manufacturing Processes

By Simufact | News Hamburg/Georgensgmünd, Germany, September 13, 2017–  In order to dramatically improve its service to its customers, full service 3D metal printing provider Toolcraft has selected Simufact Additive. Additive manufacturing processes will be simulated before the physical build process in order to move Read More »

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MATERIALISE’s 3D-Printed Maxillofacial Implants in Titanium Are First to Get Green Light for U.S. Market

Materialise’s patient-specific implants will be distributed by DePuy Synthes under the TRUMATCH® CMF brand name Leuven, Belgium – September 11, 2017. Materialise NV (Nasdaq: MTLS) announced today that U.S. patients can now benefit from their patient-specific implants, 3D-printed in titanium for maxillofacial surgery. As the Read More »

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LPW Showcases AM Metal Powders at TCT Show

  29 August, 2017: Runcorn, UK: The market leader in the development, processing and supply of high quality metal powders for the Additive Manufacturing (AM) industry, LPW Technology views AM from the perspective of the powder. At this year’s TCT Show at the NEC in Birmingham, UK, Read More »

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H.C. Starck Announces New AMPERPRINT® Metal Powder Program for Additive Manufacturing

  Laufenburg, August 10th, 2017 – The German metal powder producer H.C. Starck Surface Technology and Ceramic Powders GmbH, based in Laufenburg and Goslar, is introducing its new AMPERPRINT® range of gas atomized metal powders which is specifically designed for additive manufacturing. In alignment with Read More »

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Pittsburgh’s Swanson School of Engineering – On Board with New Metallic Alloy Compositions for Additive Manufacturing (AM)

  Pittsburgh’s Swanson School of Engineering recently received an award from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) to design, develop and optimize new metallic alloy compositions for additive manufacturing (AM) that are resistant to the effects of Naval/maritime environment. The research is led by Wei Xiong, Read More »

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Sodick Announces New In-Process Correction Technology for Hybrid Metal 3D Printer

  Schaumburg, IL – July 11, 2017 – Machine Tool Manufacturer, Sodick, has announced the development of a new In-Process Correction System for their additive manufacturing platform, the OPM Metal 3D Printer. Using a CCD camera installed within the machine, Sodick’s In-Process system aligns the Read More »

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Exclusive – Stratasys Direct Manufacturing at the Forefront of Additive Manufacturing in Medicine

  Stratasys Direct Manufacturing, based in Valencia, California, and a division of Stratasys, provided 3D printed brain, skull and aneurysm models to the St. Louis University Department of Neurological Surgery in support of a recent study to quantify how advanced manufacturing technologies, like additive manufacturing, Read More »

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GE Selects More Than 400 Schools to Receive 3D Printers

By David Wilson | GE Additive   CINCINNATI–May 30, 2017– (BUSINESS WIRE)–More than 400 schools will receive 3D printers as a part of the GE Additive Education Program, reaching more than 180,000 students around the globe. Committed to developing pipelines of future talent in additive Read More »

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