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 launch of VSR ® from 3D systems and ExOne S-Max® Flex by Desktop Metal, establishment of additive manufacturing center in Tamil Nadu by Government of Tamil Nadu and GE and much more.
3D Systems announced its entry into the radiation oncology market with FDA 510(k) clearance of VSP ® Bolus, a solution designed to deliver high-quality patient-specific radiotherapy treatment accessories.
In research that was published in Soft Matter, researchers from the University of Amsterdam, Delft University, and Unilever, demonstrate that the mouthfeel of an edible substance can be designed using 3D printing just like properties of many other materials can.
Restor3d, a leading medical device company and 3D printing manufacturer, has raised $23 million to expand the delivery of 3D printed personalized surgical solutions across multiple musculoskeletal specialties and to develop machine learning software tools for assisting engineers with patient specific implant design.
ASTM International’s additive manufacturing (AM) technologies committee (F42) is developing a proposed standard that will help to control the cleanliness of metal powder feedstock used in AM processes and thus ensure quality of final AM components.
Desktop Metal announced the launch of the ExOne S-Max® Flex, a scalable, large-format binder jetting system that 3D prints sand tooling, which foundries use to quickly cast complex metal designs for the aerospace, automotive, and energy industries, among others.
NASA innovators recently developed a new metal alloy using a 3D printing process that dramatically improves the strength and durability of the components and parts used in aviation and space exploration, resulting in better and longer-lasting performance.
Chinese software startup Helio Additive has revealed plans to launch a new program designed to help software makers everywhere increase their segment productivity and consistency.
GE Aviation and Tamil Nadu Industrial Development Corporation (TIDCO) will work together on aerospace research and development. The two have established a “Centre of Excellence” in the south Indian state that will focus on additive technologies, according to GE Aviation.
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