The round-up of last week’s additive manufacturing news includes the launch of Bio-Compatible Titanium Powder for Dental Applications by MatrixNano; Europe’s largest 3D printed building is being constructed in Germany; Additive Manufacturing Quality (AMQ) Certification Program launched by ASTM; Novel 3D printing method for discovery of new materials developed by Prof. Yanliang Zhang.
Saveer MatrixNano, an Indian startup, has announced the launch of its new high-performance Ti64 Alloy powder designed for orthodontic applications. Named “Orthodon-Ti,” the powder is a significant development in the field of dental applications and is entirely made in India.
Europe’s largest 3D printed building is being constructed in Germany
Europe’s largest 3D printed building is being constructed by PERI in the city of Heidelberg, Germany, with COBOD’s BOD2 printer.
Novel 3D printing method a ‘game changer’ for discovery, manufacturing of new materials
Yanliang Zhang, associate professor of aerospace and mechanical engineering at the University of Notre Dame developed a novel method that transforms discovery of manufacturing of new materials.
ASTM International Unveils Additive Manufacturing Quality (AMQ) Certification Program
ASTM International, a global standards organization, has announced the launch of the Additive Manufacturing Quality (AMQ) Certification program for manufacturers using metal AM.
MetalWorm introduces its range of robotic wire-arc Additive Manufacturing machines
MetalWorm Additive Manufacturing Technologies Inc, a spin-off of Intecro Robotics Inc, based in Ankara, Türkiye, has announced two primary Additive Manufacturing systems built around its wire-arc Directed Energy Deposition technology.
nano3Dprint announces partnership with Finite Space to advance extraterrestrial sustainability
nano3Dprint announced its partnership with Finite Space, a Germany-based project revolutionizing material usage and manufacturing processes in space to enable self-sustainable colonies.
MIT’s Team uses 3D printing to strengthen a key material in aerospace, energy-generation applications
Team of MIT-led engineers reported a simple, inexpensive way to strengthen one of the key materials used in metal additive manufacturing. The method includes adding ceramic nanowires to the metal powder for improved mechanical properties.
GEHR develops a new compostable, recyclable Wood-based 3D Printing Filament
Eco-Fil-A-Gehr launched recycled wood fibers mixed with biodegradable biopolymers, giving printed objects natural look and feel with dimensional stability and high elastic properties.
SPEE3D Wins Office of the Secretary of Defense Manufacturing Technology “Point of Need Challenge”
SPEE3D announced it was named a winner of the Office of the Secretary of Defense Manufacturing Technology (OSD ManTech) “Point of Need Challenge” for solutions to support forward-deployed forces in austere environments.
McGill researchers are exploring 3D printing to improve implantable biomedical devices, touchscreens and more
McGill researchers are exploring a new technique that uses 3D printing and hydrogels. It has the potential not only to improve biomedical implants but could also be useful in the development of human-machine interfaces such as touch screens and neural implants.
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