The round up of last weeks additive manufacturing news includes 3D systems will partner Tata Technologies for its MOU with UP Government to upgrade ITIs institutions; Plans of GE to invest $450 million in US manufacturing; MOU between General Atomics Aeronautical Systems and Conflux Technology and much more.
3D Systems Supports Tata Technologies MOU with Uttar Pradesh
In accordance with the MOU between Tata Technologies and Uttar Pradesh Government, Tata Technologies will upgrade 150 Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) across Uttar Pradesh into technology hubs. 3D Systems is an part of Tata Technologies for the project related to additive manufacturing.
GE to Invest Over $450 Million in U.S. Manufacturing in 2023, adding value to 3D Printing
GE announced plans to invest more than $450 million in its existing U.S. manufacturing facilities this year.
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Signs New Memorandum of Understanding with Conflux
In an effort to further advance its Additive Manufacturing capability, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA-ASI) has established a new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with its longtime partner Conflux Technology.
Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) Awards Two Scholarships
The Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) announced the recipients of its scholarships. Dr. Les Kalman, Assistant Professor in restorative dentistry at Western University (London, Ontario, Canada), has been awarded the Randy Stevens Scholarship for educators in additive manufacturing.
VX4000 from voxeljet 3D prints casting cores for all-electric Cadillac CELESTIQ
Voxeljet AG expand their collaboration as TEI has purchased its third VX4000 3D printer. TEI is using the world’s largest 3D sand printer to produce cast cores for the series production of large-format, weight-saving structural components for the Cadillac CELESTIQ.
3D printing of medical devices focus of $2 million National Science Foundation (NSF) grant
A $2 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF)’s Leading Engineering for America’s Prosperity, Health and Infrastructure (LEAP-HI) program will pave the way for the researchers to tackle the challenge of designing and 3D printing smart devices using multiple materials.
Bauer leverages 3D Printed Digital Foam for its new Ice Hockey Helmet
Bauer Hockey and EOS, have collaborated to incorporate additive manufacturing into Bauer’s MyBauer custom equipment program.
New partnership to advance UK additive
The Digital Manufacturing Centre (DMC) has significantly expanded its collaboration with the Coventry-based Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) to advance additive manufacturing in UK.
Velo3D Releases Flow 5.0 to Enhance the Level of Control Over the 3D Printing Process
Velo3D announced the latest release of its Flow print preparation software. Flow 5.0 unlocks an array of new capabilities for engineers.
Nuclear Energy Companies ČEz and šKoda JS Expand Use of 3D Printing
The Czech firms ČEZ and Škoda JS say that 4159 plastic and metal parts were produced using a 3D printer over the last year, helping to avoid delays caused by disrupted supply chains and boosting energy independence. This year the companies plans to expand the use of additive manufacturing.
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