The round up of last weeks additive manufacturing news includes announcement of keynote speakers for AMUG 2023; launch of UltiMaker s7 printer; release of Dior’s 3D printed shoes; Porsche Consulting to design Sakuu’s gigafactory for production of 3D printed batteries and research on new strategy to convert CT or MRI scans into 3D models by University of Colorado.
AMUG Announces Keynote Speakers for 2023 Conference
Robert Ducey, Nicholas Jacobson, and Max Haot to share insights as keynote speaker, on collaboration and innovation for medical and space applications at AMUG 2023.
NASA Validates Propulsion Design for Deep Space Missions Made from Novel AM Methods
As NASA takes its first steps toward establishing a long-term presence on the Moon’s surface, a team of propulsion development engineers at NASA have developed and tested NASA’s first full-scale rotating detonation rocket engine, or RDRE, an advanced rocket engine design that could significantly change how future propulsion systems are built. The RDRE is made using novel additive manufacturing methods that allows operation in extreme conditions.
UltiMaker Launches the S7 Printer
The UltiMaker S7 builds launched the S-Series printers, with new features including an integrated Air Manager and a flexible build plate.
Dior Releases its 3D-Printed Shoes
As Paris Fashion Week comes to a close, Dior offers a up-close look at its newly unveiled 3D printed shoes. The launch, which includes a Derby and boot, has been realized under the direction of Dior Menswear artistic director Kim Jones and head men’s footwear designer, Thibo Denis.
Nano Dimension Delivers Admaflex130 Evolution to the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Nano Dimension Ltd. announced that it has delivered the Admaflex130 Evolution to the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (“KIT”), one of the leading technical universities in Germany and Europe.
Sakuu Selects Porsche Consulting for Design of Commercial-Scale Battery Manufacturing Plants
Porsche Consulting to design Sakuu’s first-of-its-kind additive manufacturing gigafactory for commercial production of 3D printed lithium-metal and solid-state batteries
CU research team moves one step closer to printing models of life-like 3D organs
A team of University of Colorado researchers has developed a new strategy for transforming medical images, such as CT or MRI scans, into incredibly detailed 3D models on the computer.
Scientists use neutrons to discover strengthening behavior in alloys
A team of ORNL researchers used neutron diffraction experiments to study the 3D-printed ACMZ alloy and observed a phenomenon called “load shuffling” that could inform the design of stronger, better-performing lightweight materials for vehicles.
Weber State uses 3D printing for aerospace support, research
Weber State University is using 3D printing to advance its research on composite materials that support northern Utah’s aerospace and defense ecosystem.
3DEO Launches 316l Stainless Steel in High-Volume Metal 3D Printing
Los Angeles-based 3DEO, the award-winning design, engineering and manufacturing firm recognized as the world’s highest volume metal 3D printing service, announced today the launch of 316L austenitic stainless steel.
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