The round-up of last week’s additive manufacturing news includes the inauguration of DRDO CoE at IIT-H; the development of a new 3D-printed superalloy for aerospace by NASA; The Barnes Global Advisors (TBGA) to receive $1.975 Million funding from the Department of Defense (DoD); Wayland Additive Limited to receive a funding of £4.6 million and much more.
DRDO CoE inaugurated at IIT-H with focus on additive manufacturing, space, high temperature materials and AI
Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO)‘s collaboration with the Indian Institute of Technology-Hyderabad (IIT-H) started in 2020 with the former’s research cell transformed into a Centre of Excellence as DIA-CoE.
Pentagon seeks additive manufacturing to spur hypersonic development
The Pentagon wants to use an advanced technology process known as additive manufacturing to design and build hypersonic weapon and vehicle systems that can operate in extreme conditions.
NASA’s New 3D-Printed Superalloy Can Take the Heat
NASA has demonstrated a breakthrough in 3D printable high-temperature materials that could lead to stronger, more durable parts for airplanes and spacecraft.
TBGA receives almost $ 2 Million funding from DOD to develop a Resilient Manufacturing Ecosystem
The Barnes Global Advisors (TBGA) has been awarded $1.975 Million to demonstrate a self-sustaining advanced manufacturing production campus tied to critical part needs for the Department of Defense (DoD).
Wayland Additive raises £4.6 million to increase production of its electron beam 3D printing solution
Huddersfield-based Wayland Additive Limited, an electron beam 3D printing manufacturer has raised £4.6 million in funding to increase its in-house production capability, expand its team and hire a COO.
SprintRay Expands In-Office Orthodontic 3D Printing Offerings
SprintRay Inc., an industry leader in digital dentistry, announces a partnership with Braces On Demand, an online platform for in-office printing of orthodontic fixed appliances, to provide automated, end-to-end 3D printing solutions to improve patient treatment times and productivity for orthodontic practices.
JEOL to install new Additive Manufacturing machine at Cumberland Additive
JEOL USA Inc, announced that Cumberland’s Neighborhood 91 facility in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, will be the first North American installation of JEOL’s new Electron Beam Powder Bed Fusion (PBF-EB) machine.
Center for Polymers and Advanced Composites (CPAC) gives used 3D printing filament new life through recycling program
The Center for Polymers and Advanced Composites (CPAC) has plans to find out with a newly launched 3D printing filament recycling program titled “ReMake,” launched in conjunction with the Auburn University Waste Reduction and Recycling Department.
Oxford Innovation Invests In 3D Printed Biometric Implants Stimulating Bone Growth
Oxford Innovation EIS Growth Fund alongside OION angel investors, have invested in the £1.2 million oversubscribed funding round for OSSTEC, the orthopaedics company developing bone healing implants.
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