The round up of last weeks additive manufacturing news includes investment of US Department of Defense in AML3D wire additive system; launch of freeform startup by Ex-SpaceX Engineers and announcement by restor3d for first successful implantation of its Kinos Axiom Total Ankle System.
US Department of Defence invests in AML3D WAAM system
AML3D Limited announced the sale of their ARCEMY® ‘X-Edition 6700’ Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing system to support the US Navy’s adoption of Additive Manufacturing technology.
Ex-SpaceX Engineers and Leaders Launch Freeform- a Software for Autonomous Printing Factories
Freeform, a cutting-edge metal 3D printing company founded by accomplished leaders and engineers from SpaceX, is proud to announce its official launch out of stealth. The company is deploying software-defined, autonomous printing factories around the world, bringing on-demand production to mainstream industries and enabling the future of innovation.
Nano Dimension Receives a Purchase Order from Another U.S. Government Defense Supplier
Nano Dimension announced that it has received a purchase order from a supplier to the U.S. government defense industry, for a DragonFly IV®, the leading Additive Manufacturing Electronics (AME) 3D-printer.
UND’s Professor Sougata Roy and His Team Received Federal Funding to Research on Application of AM To Make Nuclear Reactors Components
A UND Mechanical Engineering professor has received federal funding to research new manufacturing methods for components used in nuclear reactors. Sougata Roy, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, received nearly $250,000 to study how additive manufacturing (AM) processes can be used to make the nuclear reactor components.
3D printed bug to raise awareness of invasion threat
Two University of Canterbury students have spent their summer developing and 3D printing a model stink bug to help raise awareness of the potential for a costly invasion of the pest in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Leaders Convene to Celebrate New Metal 3D Printing Technology at Westminster Tool
Industry leaders and state officials gathered at Westminster Tool last week to introduce the company’s metal 3D printing capabilities. The event brought together politicians, educators, administrators, and workforce development organizations all to showcase the new Mantle beta machine, one of the first of its kind. The latest addition to Westminster Tool’s facility marks a symbolic step forward in advancing opportunities for small manufacturers in the state of Connecticut.
UAE: Al Seer Marine records $272.26mln net profit in 2022
Al Seer Marine Supplies and Equipment Company generated net profits worth AED 1 billion during 2022, an annual decline from AED 2.51 billion.
Restor3d announces first surgery using Kinos Axiom TAS with TIDAL technology
US-based medical device company restor3d has announced the first successful implantation of its next-generation Kinos Axiom Total Ankle System with TIDAL Technology.
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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