Bringing you up to speed with the week that went by in the world of Additive Manufacturing with the AM Chronicle weekly news updates
Developments in last week included the launch of Additive Manufacturing research connect by AM Chronicle, collaboration between U.S. Army and Aurburn University for research, Desktop Metal new X-Series 3D printers, $15.81 million in a Series C to Raise 3D and more.
Raise3D, a maker of 3D printers, has raised $15.81 million in a Series C funding round. The firm plans to use the new funds to expand its product portfolio by developing new printers and filaments for high-precision industrial production applications.
ICON, the leader of advanced construction technologies pioneering large-scale 3D printing, today unveiled its newest 3D-printed home, “House Zero” in Austin, Texas. House Zero is the first in what ICON hopes will be an entirely new genre of homes that are specifically designed to utilize opportunities created by 3D printing.
Through a recent $4.3 million Army grant, the National Center for Additive Manufacturing Excellence, or NCAME, at Auburn University’s Samuel Ginn College of Engineering will soon initiate a two-year project focused on materials, parts and process qualification.
AM Chronicle launches an initiative – Additive Manufacturing research connect for academicians and researchers to showcase their work to foster industry researcher Connect leading to collaborations and a conducive Additive Manufacturing ecosystem.
Through 3D Printing Technology, Zoriox aims to increase access and cost, establish healthier communities, and make a healthy mind, body, and environment accessible to everyone, everywhere. The chance to better patient care via ongoing innovation and bridging the technological gap inspires the organization.
Markforged, creator of the integrated metal and carbon fiber additive manufacturing platform, The Digital Forge, today announced the addition of Precise PLA to its portfolio of materials. The new capability allows customers to product design and iterate in a cost-effective manner.
Desktop Metal, a global leader in additive manufacturing technologies for mass production, today announced the launch of the X-Series line of binder jet 3D printing systems for metal and ceramic powders in a wide range of particle sizes.
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