Bringing you up to speed with the week that went by in the world of Additive Manufacturing with the AM Chronicle weekly news update
Developments in last week included the launch of nano printer by Multiphoton Optics, SamHUB launched by STRIP to advance additive manufacturing in region, research on 3D printing for limbs treatment, FDA registration received by Extol and much more
Multiphoton Optics launched new 3D printer MPO 100 for micro and Nano printing, the new printer is capable of printing products that were previously challenging.
Professor Arvind Agarwal, chair of FIU’s Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering and director of the Advanced Materials Engineering Research Institute, has been elected to the rank of fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
Sharjah Research Technology and Innovation Park has launched the Sharjah Additive Manufacturing Hub (SamHUB), a centre of excellence to advance Additive Manufacturing in United Arab Emirates and the Middle East Region
Stämm Biotech is developing a desktop-sized bioreactor that is quite different from the tanks, tubes and knobs traditionally seen in industrial or even benchtop bioreactors. The Buenos Aires-based company just announced a $17 million Series A round; combined with previous seed and pre-seed rounds, this brings the total to $20 million.
Apollo Proton Cancer Centre successfully used a 3D printing technique to save the knee joint and limb of an 8-year-old boy who was suffering from bone cancer for the first time in Tamil Nadu. Akhilan, from Ramanathapuram, came to the Centre and was diagnosed with osteosarcoma of the left proximal tibia that was non-metastatic.
Michigan-based digital manufacturer, Extol Inc., announces FDA registration for contract manufacturing of 3D printed medical devices.
SLM Solutions Group AG announceded that Sintavia, one of the premier manufacturers of advanced propulsion and thermodynamic systems for the aerospace, defense, and space industry, has ordered two NXG XII 600s
Aurora Labs has announced it is undertaking a Print Demonstration Campaign that will see its development metal 3D printing system operate for 1,000 hours in less than three months.
Sennheiser new earbuds are 3D printed with the same material used in the drill bits for the Mars rover. The IE 600 earbuds have a shell that’s composed of ZR01 amorphous zirconium, lending it a unique aesthetic and remarkable durability.
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