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 development of 3D printed human lung scaffold by 3D Systems and United Therapeutics Corporation ; researchers 3D-print a functional piece of a human heart, Collins Aerospace inaugurates new additive manufacturing center ; Conflux Technology launches a ultra-high performing water charge air cooler and more
3D Systems and United Therapeutics present 3D printed human lung scaffold
3D Systems has provided the biggest update on its partnership with United Therapeutics Corporation with the demonstration of a 3D printed human lung scaffold and two additional 3D printed organ developments.
UAE: New additive manufacturing technology to cut aircraft emissions by 50%
Dr Nesma Aboulkhair, lead researcher, additive manufacturing, Advanced Materials Research Center (AMRC) at the Technology Innovation Institute (TII) has developed a technology that reduces carbon emission in aircraft by using metal additive manufacturing.
Collins Aerospace opens additive manufacturing center, expands global repair capabilities at Monroe, N.C. campus
Collins Aerospace announced the opening of a new additive manufacturing center and the expansion of its maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) capabilities at its campus in Monroe, North Carolina.
Ai Build nets $3.2 million to disrupt additive manufacturing sector
London-based SaaS company Ai Build has raised $3.2 million in funding led by ACT Venture Partners and existing investor SuperSeed.
IIFPT Thanjavur scientists develop nutritional supplements 3D printing technology
Scientists from the Indian Institute of Food Processing Technology (IIFPT) are using 3D printing to transport nutrients around the human body in a more efficient way.
Scientists 3D-print a functional piece of a heart
Researchers have 3D-print heart using silicone and even a patient’s own cells, but they haven’t matched the full functionality of the real thing and aren’t much good for repairing hearts. There’s some progress on that front, however, as a team at Harvard’s Wyss Institute has developed a technique for 3D-printing long cardiac macrofilaments that develop into muscle-like filaments which contract.
Falcon Technologies International LLC prequalified by ADNOC Group to offer industrial Additive Manufacturing services
Falcon Technologies International LLC is now prequalified by ADNOC Group to offer industrial 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing services. Falcon Technologies International capability to print parts in high grade polymers as well as in various metals & metal alloys will surely start a new chapter in the ADNOC Group’s.
HP sees double-digit 3d printing revenue growth in H1 2022 as 3D printed parts top 130 million
Multinational printing firm HP (HPQ) has announced that its revenue rose 3.9% in Q2 2022, thanks in part to the strong performance of its 3D printing division.
Conflux Technology’s first product: a scalable, configurable, ultra-high performing water charge air cooler.Conflux Technology releases its first product -as part of their ongoing productization strategy – an ultra-high performing additive manufactured Water Charge Air Cooler (WCAC).
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