The round-up of last week’s additive manufacturing news includes prediction of promising growth for AM by Wohler’s Report; development of India’s first prototype bridge by IIT Hyderabad and Simpliforge Creations; launch of Pursa MK4 3D printer and much more.
Wohlers Report 2023 Unveils Continued Double-Digit Growth
Wohlers Associates, powered by ASTM International, announced the release of Wohlers Report 2023. This year’s report takes a deep dive into the growth of the additive manufacturing (AM) industry, with insights from 10 industry sectors.
India’s First Prototype Bridge using Indigenous 3D Printing Technology developed by IIT Hyderabad and Simpliforge Creations
IIT Hyderabad and Simpliforge Creations, developed and printed prototype 3D printed bridge. The bridge designed by IIT Hyderabad presents an efficient structural form that was optimized for strength and performance.
Stratasys announces channel partnership with Adroitec Information Systems Pvt. Ltd.
Stratasys Ltd. announced that Adroitec Information Systems Pvt. Ltd., a global engineering solutions provider with state-of-the-art development centers in India, is Stratasys’ newest channel partner.
Redwire Wins NASA Contract to Advance New In-Space Manufacturing Capability for Journeys to Moon, Mars and Beyond
Redwire Corporation has been awarded a $5.9 million contract from NASA to complete the design of FabLab, a new in-space manufacturing system.
Anisoprint In Shanghai Amtc 3D Printing Centre: Expanding Global Presence
Anisoprint announced the opening of a new office in Shanghai, China. The new office is located in the AMTC, Additive Manufacturing Technology Centre, which is a state-of-the-art facility that provides access to cutting-edge 3D printing technologies and equipment.
Prusa Announces Launch of New Flagship 3D Printer MK 4
Pursa has released its MK4 3D printer with new updates and modifications. The new MK4 looks a lot like its predecessor, it comes with numerous upgrades over even the later versions of the MK3.
SPEE3D Works With British Army to Develop Their AM Capabilities
SPEE3D announced it is working with the British Army to bring its metal cold-spray printing technology to develop their unplanned repair capabilities.
Mantle Releases New High-Precision Shaping Capabilities to Further Automate Precision Toolmaking by Delivering a 70% Increase in Feature Resolution
Mantle announced the release of its High-Precision Shaping package today. The package, which includes 0.006” and 0.010” ball mill cutting tools and automated toolpathing software, enables tool rooms to automate their toolmaking process by producing sharp corners and edges without requiring EDM operations.
U.S. Army to open Advanced Manufacturing Commercialization Center in metro Detroit
The U.S. Army DEVCOM Ground Vehicle Systems Center (GVSC), together with U.S. Army TACOM, and SAE Government Technologies, inaugurated new Advanced Manufacturing Commercialization Center (AMCC).
This insertable 3D printer will repair tissue damage from the inside
Researchers at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, have developed a flexible 3D bioprinter that can layer organic material directly onto organs or tissue.