The round-up of last week’s additive manufacturing news includes a strategic partnership between NCAM and France Additive; NASA to develop two new institutions focused on 3D printing, quantum technology, and climate research; USA airforce aircraft C-5 super galaxy modified using 3D printed components and much more.
NCAM and France Additive enter into a MOU to develop Strategic Partnership
National Centre for Additive Manufacturing (NCAM) India has entered into a strategic partnership with France Additive to work together on the AM domain and bring the communities on both the sides closer to drive the technology forward.
NASA Awards Advance 3D Printing, Quantum Tech for Climate Research
New technology is a key to helping NASA advance its long-term exploration goals for the benefit of all. To support its effort, the agency announced Thursday it will create two new institutes to develop technology in critical areas for engineering and climate research.
MITs latest research on 3D-printed revolving devices that can sense how they are moving
A new system by MIT enables makers to incorporate sensors into gears and other rotational mechanisms with just one pass in a 3D printer.
Desktop Metal Qualifies Copper Alloy C18150 on the Production System™ with Sandvik Additive Manufacturing and Top Five Global Automaker
Desktop Metal, Inc. (NYSE: DM), a global leader in additive manufacturing technologies for mass production, in collaboration with Sandvik Additive Manufacturing, a world-leading producer of gas atomized metal powders, and a top five global automotive manufacturer, today announced that copper alloy C18150 has been DM Qualified for binder jet 3D printing on the Production System™.
3D-printed insoles measure sole pressure directly in the shoe
Researchers at ETH Zurich, Empa and EPFL are developing a 3D-printed insole with integrated sensors that allows the pressure of the sole to be measured in the shoe and thus during any activity. This helps athletes or patients to determine performance and therapy progress.
S&T researchers are one step closer to 3D printing human organs
It may still be decades before human organs can be successfully printed with 3D technology and transplanted, but Missouri S&T researchers are visionaries in the technology that will one day make this a reality.
3D printed parts for the C-5M military aircraft deliver new capabilities
Maintainers from the 60th Maintenance Squadron and 349th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, along with engineering and engineering support contractors from the C-5 System Program Office out of Robins AFB, Georgia, recently finished work to modify an internal part for a C-5M Super Galaxy by incorporating 3D-printed materials.
Goodfellow launches 3D printing alloys for structural jet engine parts
Designers and engineers searching for more intricate and lighter components have been given a welcome boost with the launch of customised alloy powders by Goodfellow Cambridge.
Snowbird Technologies to launch Additive Mobile Manufacturing Technology System (SAMMTech)
Snowbird Technologies today announced that it will launch the patented Snowbird Additive Mobile Manufacturing Technology system ( SAMMTech ) at The Navy League’s 2023 Sea-Air-Space Show this April.
Novel Hybrid Manufacturing Technique for the Fabrication of 3D Printed Composite Scaffolds
Researchers from Xi’an Jiaotong University have developed a novel hybrid manufacturing technique for the fabrication of composite scaffolds with 3D-printed macroscale frameworks and aligned nanofibrous architectures to improve cellular organizations.
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