New Cooperations Bringing Further Expertise in Applications and Research to formnext 2016

  formnext powered by tct has entered into cooperations with the Excellence in Production competition (which presents the Tool-Maker of the Year award) and the Aachen Center for Additive Manufacturing. Through these collaborations, the conference and exhibition hopes to continue adding to its expertise and Read More »

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Exciting Expansion Plans for Award-Winning Runcorn Business

  LPW Technology Ltd celebrates Queen’s Award for Enterprise by announcing jobs, investment and a 3D printing centre of excellence. LPW Technology Ltd, a Runcorn-based company, which produces high quality metal powders for 3D printing, is celebrating its prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Read More »

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“formnext Start-up Challenge”: Winners Impress with Pioneering Innovations from the World of 3D Printing

formnext powered by tct International exhibition and conference on the next generation of manufacturing technologies Frankfurt am Main, Germany 15–18 November 2016 The winners of the “formnext Start-up Challenge 2016” convinced the international jury with outstanding innovations from the world of 3D printing. The young Read More »

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Confluent Medical Technologies Provides $100,000 Gift to Colorado School of Mines to Advance Additive Manufacturing

  FREMONT, Calif.–September 13, 2016 — (BUSINESS WIRE)–Confluent Medical Technologies (“Confluent Medical”) is partnering with the Colorado School of Mines (“Mines”) and the Alliance for the Development of Additive Processing Technologies (“ADAPT”) program to advance additive manufacturing methods. Confluent Medical Technologies has established the Confluent Read More »

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O.R. Lasertechnologie GmbH — Additive Manufacturing Enables Fast Modification of Molds

Direct metal deposition (DMD) can be up to 250-330% faster than manual laser cladding. New Additive Manufacturing 2.0 (AM 2.0)-capable laser welding systems can now be equipped with a recently developed powder nozzle from O.R. Lasertechnologie GmbH that permits fully automatic layerwise buildup. This solution Read More »

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CRP USA to Attend ASME’s AM3D Conference and Exposition

 CRP USA will be attending AM3D for the first time CRP USA will be exhibiting at ASME’s Additive Manufacturing + 3D Printing (AM3D) Conference & Expo. The event will be held at the Charlotte Convention Center in Charlotte, NC from August 22nd to August 24th Read More »

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EXCLUSIVE with Optomec — At the Forefront of Additively Manufactured Micro-Structures

  Optomec, a leading global supplier of production-grade additive manufacturing systems for 3D printed electronics and 3D printed metals recently announced its Aerosol Jet Technology can enable 3D polymer and composite structures to be printed at the micron scale with embedded electronics. Optomec 3911 Singer Read More »

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EOS Quality Leadership: Reproducible Part Quality in Plastics-Based Additive Manufacturing

Holistic approach: Consistent quality assurance from preliminary product to the EOS laser sintering material   GOTHENBURG, Sweden, July 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — EOS, the global technology and quality leader for high-end Additive Manufacturing (AM) solutions, offers a quality management system that is unrivalled in the Read More »

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Pitt Engineers Receive $503,000 NSF Grant to Study How Aluminum Alloy Microstructures Form in Real Time

By Swanson School of Engineering, University of Pittsburgh Research will utilize Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory’s unique Dynamic Transmission Electron Microscope PITTSBURGH (July 21, 2016) … A grant from the National Science Foundation will enable researchers at the University of Pittsburgh to utilize a one-of-a-kind transmission Read More »

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