The round up of last weeks additive manufacturing news includes construction of 3D printed security post by IIT Guwahati using industrial waste; formal inaugural of three technology transfer agreements by RRCAT to commercialize DED technology; display of the first 3D-printed unmanned surface vessel by Al Seer Marine and much more.
IIT Guwahati innovators 3D print security post using industrial waste
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Guwahati on February 23 announced that a team from the institute has constructed a 3D printed security post using a special M40 grade sustainable concrete containing industrial wastes, fibers and chemical admixtures.
RRCAT signs three technology transfer agreements to commercialize DED technology
The Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology (RRCAT), the R&D unit of the Department of Atomic Energy, celebrated its 40th Foundation Day function on 20th Feb 2023. As a part of this event three technology transfer agreements were formally signed for the companies to commercialize DED technology developed by RRCAT.
Al Seer Marine unveils HYDRA, The First 3D-Printed USV
U.A.E.’s shipbuilding company Al Seer Marine unveiled the first 3D-printed unmanned surface vessel (USV) HYDRA at the NAVDEX 2023 exhibition in Abu Dhabi.
FTI RAK successfully completes MOH Certification for Medical Device Manufacturing
Falcon technologies international (FTI) announced that it received certification from the Ministry of Health after a well-performed audit in January 2023. In addition to the certification, FTI is also ISO 13485-certified company.
Tawazun Council launches first Emirati 3D Printing Centre of Excellence
Tawazun Council has announced the launch of the first Emirati 3D printing centre of excellence “Sindan”, in collaboration with local companies.
B-jetting unveils two new 3D binder-jet development platforms
B-jetting, the 3D binder-jet company, has announced the release of two new entry-level printers: The Educator and The Researcher. Both printers provide a customer-friendly, turnkey, binder-jet system.
Global Advanced Metals and Croom Medical Collaborate to Offer Tantalum Additive Manufacturing Capability
Global Advanced Metals (USA) and Croom Medical (Ireland) are collaborating to establish a turnkey tantalum-based additive manufacturing (AM) platform.
BWT Alpine F1 Team Bolsters Additive Manufacturing Workflow with Four 3D Systems SLA 750 3D Printing Systems
3D Systems announced BWT Alpine F1 Team has purchased four SLA 750 3D printing systems to accelerate innovation and speed to track. The Team made the decision to purchase the systems after it extensively tested the product in its beta phase
SprintRay Launches World’s First 3D Printing Ecosystem for Definitive Ceramic Crown Restorations
SprintRay Inc., an industry leader in digital dentistry and 3D printing solutions announced the U.S. commercial launch of their Ceramic Crown 3D Printing Ecosystem — a complete solution set to transform same-day, chairside delivery of ceramic dental restorations.
ZEISS T-SCAN hawk 2: The tool to get about anything done.
ZEISS introduces the new ZEISS T-SCAN hawk 2, developed and produced in Germany and certified for the highest industry standards.
3DCeram offers a machine to develop and to scale-up in industrial production with the C101 EASY
For the first stage in ceramic 3D printing, 3DCeram offers a smaller machine; the C101 EASY in its LAB version to develop and prototype, or the FAB version to develop and produce small series of ceramic parts.
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