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 acquisition on 3D-printed lens startup Luxexcel by Meta; SteelFab 2023 to feature over 200 exhibitors and feature 3D printing; opening of new advance manufacturing prototyping lab in Carderock, USA by Naval Surface Warfare Center and much more.
Meta Platforms the parent company of Facebook, has acquired 3D-printed lenses startup Luxexcel Group B.V. for an undisclosed sum to improve future augmented reality glasses.
Expo Center Sharjah (ECS) has revealed that the 18th edition of the SteelFab 2023, the largest event of its kind in the Middle East and North Africa region, will see the participation of more than 200 local and international exhibitors from 33 countries representing eminent international manufacturers, suppliers and 400 major global brands of metalwork industry. The SteelFab 2023 will also feature 3D printing this year.
One Click Metal and its partner Kingsbury Gulf are launching the BOLDSERIES system at the Kingsbury Gulf booth (No 3-1800) , during the SteelFab Exhibition.
Naval Surface Warfare Center recently inaugurated a new advanced manufacturing and prototyping lab in Carderock, USA. The lab is an successor lab of Manufacturing Knowledge and Education (MAKE) Lab that was previously developed.
Lega Goa, a small team of kids in Goa who are doing wonderful things in robotics. Recently used Figure 4 Standalone 3D printer in the Additive Manufacturing Hub to print robot parts.
Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, with collaborators from Los Alamos National Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology and the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, are advancing the Exascale Additive Manufacturing project (ExaAM). ExaAM seeks to use exascale simulation to enable the design of additive manufacturing (AM) components with location-specific properties and the acceleration of performance.
Nano Dimension Ltd. announced the sale of two Fabrica 2.0 Micro-AM systems to Accumold, an expert in micro molding from Iowa, USA.
Space Tech is an technology company is USA which plans to use 3D printing for building satellites. The company plans to build something like Falcon 9 within six months.
Mechnano has developed another Additive Manufacturing resin based on its breakthrough MechT technology that utilizes the power of discrete Carbon Nanotubes (dCNTs).
Flam3D member Amnovis brings innovation in Additive Manufacturing by revolutionizing copper 3D printing. An IP license agreement with KU Leuven enables Amnovis to start commercially using a unique copper 3D printing technology, after six years of cutting-edge research.
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