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 successful testing of 3D printed rocket engine by Launcher, Series C funding to Arris Composites, conference on “3D Printing in Medical Devices & Implants” by the National Centre of Additive Manufacturing, India and much more.
Morf3D: National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation
Morf3D Inc, a subsidiary of Nikon Corporation has received National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Program (Nadcap) certification.
Amorphology Partners with AddiTec for the Additive Manufacturing of Multi-Metal Robotics Gear Components
Amorphology Inc, a NASA spinoff company founded from technology developed at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and the California Institute of Technology, has partnered with Additive Technologies (AddiTec), a founding partner of Meltio. Together, Amorphology and AddiTec are developing the additive manufacturing of multi-metal gear components for robotics.
Arris composites additive manufacturing company raises $88.5m funding
ARRIS, a manufacturer enabling the use of high-performance composites via additive manufacturing, has raised $88.5m in Series C funding.
Xerox® Elem™ Additive Solutions Partners With Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) to Advance Metal Additive Manufacturing
Xerox® Elem™ Additive Solutions announced that the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) recently purchased and installed a Xerox® Elem™ 3D printer at their AMPrint Center in Henrietta, NY.
Israeli Scientists Safeguard Coral Reefs With New 3D Printing Method
Scientists from four leading universities in Israel have found an innovative way to combine 3d printing technology and science to help preserve coral reefs.
Launcher ’s 3D-Printed E-2 Rocket Engine Achieves Full Thrust at NASA Stennis Space Center
Launcher ’s E-2 liquid rocket engine successfully demonstrated nominal thrust, pressure and oxidizer/fuel mixture ratio for the first time in a test fire at NASA Stennis Space Center.
GE Renewable Energy hoping to 3D print concrete components for wind turbines so it can save on transportation costs
In an announcement final week, GE Renewable Energy stated it will 3D print the bottom portion of the wind turbine towers on-site at wind farms, it would scale back transportation costs.
NCAM to host National Conference on 3D Printing in Medical Devices & Implants
National Centre for Additive Manufacturing will host one day National Conference on 3D Printing in Medical Devices & Implants at HICC, Novotel, Hyderabad on May 13th (Friday), 2022.
Fortify announces In-Q-Tel investment & several new Fluxprint 3D printing materials
Fortify has secured a strategic investment agreement with In-Q-Tel, Inc. (IQT), a not-for-profit strategic investor that aims to accelerate technology developments in support of US intelligence and defense agencies.
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