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 announcement of technology for 3D printing satellite antennas in space by Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, launch of sand printer by ExOne, partnership between Moft3D and 6K Additive for development in area of metal powders and much more.
MIT alumni start-up PrintFoam Announces High-Throughput Foam 3D Printer
PrintFoam a start-up by MIT alumni have launched a foam 3D printer that aims to provide solutions to wide range of industries.
Fathom Digital Manufacturing posts 33% income rise in Q1 2022
On-demand manufacturing service supplier Fathom Digital Manufacturing (FTHM) has reported its income grew by 33% in Q1 2022.
Constellium and Morf3D enter a joint additive manufacturing development program
Constellium SE is entering into an agreement with Morf3D to provide Aheadd® CP1, one of its proprietary additive manufacturing (AM) powder solutions, to Morf3D, Inc.
Morf3D and 6K Additive partner to qualify metal powders for Additive Manufacturing
6K Additive and Morf3D have announced they are collaborating to qualify metal powders for Additive Manufacturing. Through this partnership, 6K Additive’s metal powders will be approved for use by Morf3D’s aerospace and defence application customers.
Technology for 3D Printing of Satellite Antennas in Outer Space Developed by Mitsubishi Electric
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announced that the company has developed an on-orbit additive-manufacturing technology that uses photosensitive resin and solar ultraviolet light for the 3D printing of satellite antennas in outer space.
Optomec Announces Delivery of 600th Industrial AM Printer
Optomec Pvt. Ltd. announced another important milestone in its continued growth, with the delivery of its 600th industrial 3D printer.
GE Additive and Orchid sign agreement to enable Orchid to drive scalable metal 3D printing innovation in large joint orthopedic implants
GE Additive and Orchid Orthopedic Solutions (Orchid) announced they have signed a definitive agreement to continue driving the adoption of additive manufacturing to their suite of technologies through the development of electron beam melting (EBM) solutions in the medical implants sector.
Eplus3D enters into Railway Industry with Large-format Metal AM Machines
Eplus3D, as a Chinese leading AM manufacturer, also enters into railway industry with its large-format metal AM machines.
ExOne launch the new sand printer “S-Max® Flex”
ExOne — in partnership with new owner Desktop Metal — created an Additive Manufacturing 2.0 system designed to democratize sand 3D printing for the foundry industry.
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