Bringing you up to speed with the week that went by in the world of Additive Manufacturing
The key 3d printing news highlights of the week are adoption of additive manufacturing by Ocado, launch of additive manufacturing cup, Höganäs and Piab partnership to make additive manufacturing more sustainable, Sciaky, Inc. deliveres rhw world’s largest metal electron beam DED 3D Printer, $135 million funding to plant-based steak developer Redefine Meat, launch of new series of 3D printers by Carbon and more.
Solvay is partnering with L’Oréal, the world’s beauty leader, and Ultimaker, the global leader in professional 3D printing, to launch the third edition of its international Additive Manufacturing Cup Competition. The contest gives students, engineers, and manufacturers worldwide the chance to demonstrate their aptitude for 3D printing and create an innovative design for a 3D-printed actual application.
Ocado has announced a new approach to building robots in fulfillment centers. They expect this to improve efficiency and reduce operating costs dramatically. The company has developed a 600 series bot. This is cheaper and lighter than the current 500 series bots.
Höganäs and Piab have formed a partnership to leverage their respective areas of expertise to advance automation in Additive Manufacturing. Together, they offer and develop new solutions which minimize metal powder waste while improving process efficiency and safety. The answers are set to optimize industrial printing processes.
Phillips Federal has signed an agreement to acquire a new WarpSPEE3D Metal AM printer from SPEE3D to be located at their Center of Innovation at the Rock Island Arsenal.
Sciaky, Inc. to Deliver World’s Largest Metal Electron Beam DED 3D Printer, a Customized EBAM® 300 Series Additive Manufacturing System, to Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI). The high-deposition EBAM machine will 3D print titanium aerostructures 6 meters (nearly 20 feet) in length.
A team of researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati (IIT-G) has developed 3D printed urban furniture from construction materials manufactured from local industrial waste.
3D printed plant-based steak developer Redefine Meat has completed a $135 million financing round to enable the company to continue its expansion in Israel and worldwide. This brings to $180 million, the total amount raised by Redefine Meat.
In 2022, the Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing (PUPR), Indonesia, plans to deploy 3D printing technology in the digital building of unique dwellings.
3D printer maker Carbon announced the news of two new models, the M3 and M3 Max, designed to make the novel manufacturing method more practical. The systems are better able to detect and compensate for manufacturing stress problems, resulting in stronger products that often can be printed faster, the company said.
Sandvik, one of the leading companies of Sweden, deals with additive manufacturing, machine tools, and mining equipments. The additive manufacturing division of Sandvik report announced 3,870 million in profits and 31% growth
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