6K’s UniMelt Plasma Earns Top Product of the Year Award From Environment + Energy Leader For Its Sustainability Benefits

The UniMelt platform recognized for its ability to produce powders for energy storage and additive manufacturing with distinct sustainability advantages over legacy technologies  North Andover, MA. July 20, 2021 – 6K, a leader in the production of sustainable advanced materials for energy storage and additive Read More »

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Additive Manufacturing Committee Seeks Participation in Developing Construction Standard

W. CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa. July 19, 2021 – Interested parties are invited to participate in the development of a proposed ASTM International standard that will address quality requirements for additive manufacturing (AM) in building and construction. The proposed standard will have a specific focus on structural Read More »

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MX3D’s Smart BRIDGE Unveiled by Robot in Amsterdam’s City Center

World premiere: Her Majesty the Queen of the Netherlands, Máxima, opens the first 3D printed steel bridge in the oldest neighbourhood of Amsterdam. Amsterdam, 15-07-2021 – Dutch technology scale up MX3D today unveiled the world’s first stainless steel 3D printed bridge in the city center Read More »

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Nexa3D and Henkel Launch xFLEX 475 Photo-elastic Material

Delivering higher resilience, greater snapback and stronger tear resistance for additively manufactured industrial and consumer products Düsseldorf, Germany, and Ventura, CA – Nexa3D, the maker of ultrafast polymer 3D printers, announced today in partnership with Henkel, the commercial availability of xFLEX 475, a category leading Read More »

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Essentium Expands Services and Support to Accelerate Speed and ROI of Additive Manufacturing Deployments

Ramps services and support team with executive promotion and headcount growth Austin, Texas, July 15, 2021 —  Essentium, Inc., a worldwide leader in industrial additive manufacturing (AM), today announced the expansion of its services and support team and the executive promotion of Darren Shackelford to Vice Read More »

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Burloak Technologies Scales Capacity with California Additive Manufacturing Facility

OAKVILLE, ON, July 15, 2021 /CNW/ – Burloak Technologies Inc ., a division of Samuel, Son & Co., Limited, today announced the establishment of its second additive manufacturing center in Camarillo, California. With the addition of this facility, Burloak Technologies becomes North America’s first multi-site additive manufacturing services provider, offering Read More »

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Five Takeaways: Metal 3D Printing Gains Momentum

Binder Jet Metal 3DP Well-Suited for Enterprise and Industrial Applications  July 15, 2021 — New York, NY — Shapeways, a leading global digital manufacturing platform driven by proprietary software, and ExOne, the pioneer in binder jet 3D printing technology, recently held a webinar “Metal 3D Read More »

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Luxexcel Launches Platform for Manufacturing of Prescription Lenses for Smartglasses

High-quality prescription smart eyewear: Lenses produced by VisionPlatform 7 meet ISO, ANSI and FDA requirements for prescription eyewear. Luxexcel VisionPlatform™ 7 prints a range of powers directly from the printer without the need for post processes like polishing. Unlike some methods of lens manufacturing, Luxexcel Read More »

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Nexa3D Announces Availability of xWASH Smart Affordable and Sustainable Washer

Ventura, CA, July 7, 2021 — Nexa3D, the maker of ultra-fast polymer 3D printers, announced today the immediate commercial availability of xWASH, a new automated washer that works exclusively with its sustainable xCLEAN washing detergent to help manufacturers streamline, optimize, and scale their 3D printing Read More »

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Manufacturing – Powered by Nature

By Jennifer Burke | Science Writer and Communication Specialist | ORNL A team of researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory demonstrated the ability to additively manufacture power poles from bioderived and recycled materials, which could more quickly restore electricity after natural disasters. Using the Big Read More »

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