The round-up of last week’s additive manufacturing news includes India’s first 3D-printed post office constructed by L&T; Stratasys completes acquisition of the additive manufacturing materials business of Covestro AG; Aidro achieves Industry-First Global AM facility certificate and much more.
MAMS 2023 aims to accelerate adoption of Metal Additive Manufacturing
To accelerate the growth of metal additive manufacturing, AM Chronicle and AMTECH will organize the the second edition of the Metal Additive Manufacturing Symposium 2023 (MAMS 2023) on 25-26 May 2023 at the Taj Yeshwantpur in the Bengaluru.
L&T builds India’s first 3D-printed post office for Rs 23 lakh
Two years after finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman inaugurated India’s first 3D-printed house at the Indian Institute of Technology Madras campus to boost affordable housing across the country, Larsen & Toubro is close to completing construction of India’s first public building in Bengaluru, using 3D-printing technology.
Stratasys completes acquisition of Covestro’s additive manufacturing materials business
Stratasys Ltd. announced it has completed the acquisition of the additive manufacturing materials business of Covestro AG. All materials are available through Stratasys and its global partners under the Somos® and Addigy® brands, benefiting customers with greater global sales, service and support infrastructure.
Aidro Achieves Industry-First Global Additive Manufacturing Facility Certification
Aidro was awarded the qualification using the Desktop Metal Shop System™ and the highest level of DNV’s AM manufacturer certification for laser powder bed fusion, which included “part qualification for critical level AMC 3” of a 316L valve bod
Creality Unveils K1 Series and Celebrates Milestone 9th Anniversary
Creality celebrated its 9th anniversary and launched K1 series, HALOT-MAGE series, Sermoon D3 Pro, Creality Falcon2 40W, CR-Scan Ferret, Creality Nebula Pad+AI LiDAR and a 3D printed footwear solutions.
nano3Dprint Unveils Highest Resolution Print System in Additive Manufacturing
nano3Dprint unveiled its D4200S printer, a groundbreaking advancement in sub-micron additive manufacturing technology. The machine is capable of printing functional materials for electronics, prototyping, R&D, industrial applications and bio-printing, the D4200S print heads accommodate various print materials, including gold, silver, copper, polymers, metallic oxides, organic compounds and photosensitive polymers.
Lithoz and Glassomer launch a 3D-printable quartz glass for high-performance applications
After intensive research together with Germany-based glass manufacturer Glassomer, Lithoz has announced the launch of the new “LithaGlass powered by Glassomer” material.
Mizzou Engineering Team Develops Technique Using Humidity To Make 3D Printing Faster, More Efficient
A Mizzou Engineering team has devised a new technique that uses humidity to make 3D printing faster and more efficient when fabricating small, complex structures.
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