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 adoption of 3D printing by Dubai’s RTA, launch of Kobra and Photon M3 by Anycubic, collaboration between Siemens and Roboze and more.
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) to use 3D printing technology to manufacture spare parts for electromechanical systems and cladding materials used in the maintenance of RTA’s roads and road facilities.
Anycubic has unveiled new Kobra and Kobra Max 3D printers, alongside new Photon M3, M3 Max and M3 Plus models. The two new lines include printers with high-res LCD displays, generous build volumes and an automatic resin back-up in some cases. They start at ~US$300 through various channels from March 28, 2022.
A major training base for the U.S. Army provides realistic joint and combined arms training to develop the U.S. Army’s soldiers and leaders for the battlefield. They train soldiers for upcoming deployments, wherever that may be in the world. By using additive manufacturing technology, the Army is able to create readiness factors that decrease downtime.
Desktop Metal announced the sale of a 10th digital sand 3D printer to the Kimura Foundry Group, a global network of foundries outfitted with cutting-edge equipment to deliver high-quality castings with increased productivity.
Formlabs 3D printing technology has been used to create a custom-designed 3D printed prosthetic for an Indian Hornbill undergoing surgery to remove a tumour.
Tethon Corporation Inc. announces a new collaboration between the Omaha, Nebraska based additive manufacturing company and global chemical company Showa Denko K.K. for new ceramic resin
Siemens and Roboze announced a strategic partnership aimed at pooling their skills to create complete workflows for the industrialization of 3D printing and increase the production opportunities of companies involved in the energy, mobility and aerospace sectors.
Velo3D announced the release of its Flow 3.0 print preparation software. The new version supports larger models of parts that are able to be manufactured on the company’s Sapphire XC (Extra Capacity) printer.
IN-VISION is developing the first industrial UV Light Projector based on this chipset. AVATAR enables users of 3D-printing and lithography to expose, at high resolution, a larger area than previously possible, and to make moving exposures with high optical performance.
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