Bringing you up to speed with the week that went by in the world of Additive Manufacturing with the AM Chronicle weekly news update
The round up of last weeks Additive Manufacturing news includes the launch of 6th edition of AMTech , collaboration in between Sigma Labs and AMFG, partnership between Sandvik and Boliden, research on advance metal powder by Linde and more.
AMTech is India’s largest business networking platform for Additive Manufacturing Technology, where you can experience the 3DPrinting & Additive Manufacturing Technology ecosystem. In its 6th edition, AMTech will provide a comprehensive overview of the entire value chain of Additive Manufacturing including the core technologies, materials, software and allied pre & post processes.
Linde announced that, it is developing a new, dedicated laboratory to advance the understanding of the parameters and behavior of atmospheric gases used in the manufacture of metal powders.
China Aerospace Science and Industry Corp is using additive manufacturing technology to speed up the design and production of cruise missiles.
On-demand additive manufacturing service Azoth has received the first commercial XJet Carmel 1400M metal 3D printing system.
Sigma Labs, Inc. a leading developer of quality assurance software to the commercial 3D printing industry, today announced that it has signed an agreement with AMFG, a leading provider of manufacturing execution systems (MES) software for additive manufacturing (AM), to expand the footprint of both companies’ solutions
Stratasys announced the continued expansion of the GrabCAD® Software Partner Program with new partners Oqton and Riven. Oqton is a cloud-based manufacturing operating system company based in Ghent, Belgium; and Riven provides 3D reality intelligence for digital manufacturing, based in Berkeley, Calif.
Sandvik reports that its Mining and Rock Solutions division is collaborating with Boliden, a mining company also based in Stockholm, to conduct a trial to additively manufacture machine parts that will be installed on underground drill rigs.
SKF and VBN Components have been working together for several years within additive manufacturing of hard and highly wear resistant steels with significantly enhanced fatigue properties. As a next step, a joint project is planned with the potential application of this technology on large size bearings.
Medicines can be printed in seven seconds with a new 3D-printing technique that could enable rapid on-site production of medicines, reports a UCL-led research team working on the technology of 3D printed medicine.
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