More durable prosthetics and medical devices for patients and stronger parts for airplanes and automobiles are just some of the products that could...
- New Printing Process Advances 3D Printing capabilities
- Navatek and UMaine win $5M US Navy contract for research in 3D Printing
- US Army completes first additive manufacturing provisioned part
- How laser inversion enables multi-materials 3D printing
- ExOne Launches New Sand 3D Printing Network
- Linde Partners with 3D Medlab to Optimize 3D Printing for Medical Devices
- Oregon Researchers Develop Lego-Inspired 3D Printed Healing ‘Bone Bricks’
- GKN Aerospace Receives Keys to Global Technology Centre in Bristol
- From Surgical Robots To 3D Printers, This Is How To Do Surgery In Space
- Medtronic To Acquire French Spinal Surgery Maker Medicrea, Strengthening 3D Printed Implants
- Realize Medical & Logitech Partner To Advance VR Medical Modelling
- Sintavia Purchases Additional Arcam Q20+ Printer from GE Additive
- New PAEK filament optimized for additive manufacturing
- SLM and Honeywell qualify new parameters for 3D printed aluminium aerospace components
- Researchers at University of Massachusetts working on Additive Molding
The AM Chronicle Journal is a quarterly technical magazine on Additive Manufacturing and an extension to our media portal amchronicle.com. This journal aims to be an essential voice for the Indian Additive Manufacturing industry and provide thought provoking content to readers.
The first issue highlights how 3D Printing has come to the rescue against COVID-19 on a global scale by 3D Printing essential medical equipment in record time, thereby reducing the demand and supply gap, considerably. It also highlights new technologies and new material beside giving industry insights.