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 acquisition of Admatec and Formatec by Nano Dimension; Key Industry stakeholders to converge at regions first Metal Additive Manufacturing Symposium; Research on 3D printed metal cutting tools by ANCA and CSIRO; Approval to 3D printed bone for medical application in Europe and much more.
Nano Dimension Ltd. announced that it has signed and closed a definitive agreement to acquire Formatec Holding B.V (“Admatec/Formatec”), which includes its two subsidiaries – Admatec Europe B.V. (“Admatec”) and Formatec Technical Ceramics B.V. (“Formatec”).
The Metal Additive Manufacturing Symposium (MAMS) to be hosted in Bengaluru on the 27-28th July 2022 at the Taj Vivanta Yeswanthpur will be the first event of its kind in the region including India, APAC and Middle east.
MAMS 2022 will bring together the key stakeholders and decision makers in the area of metal additive manufacturing from industry, defence establishments, government labs and research institutions. They will congregate in the metal additive manufacturing capital of India – BENGALURU, under one roof to discuss strategies, collaborate to scale the Indian Metal AM industry ecosystem and build confidence about India as a quality Metal AM technology and service provider.
Roboze Introduced the One PRO and Plus Pro, created to shorten the prototyping and supply chain phases of small components and high-performance tools.
Surgeons in Europe now have access to MyBone, a patient specific 3D printed bone, to treat patients with severe facial deformations.
Australian industry will soon have access to an innovative cutting tool manufacturing platform, thanks to a research collaboration between leading tool manufacturer ANCA and Australia’s national science agency CSIRO for developing cutting tools by metal additive manufacturing.
MacLean-Fogg Component Solutions of Mundelein, IL, announces the grand opening of the MacLean Additive facility in Sterling Heights, MI. This new facility will be focused on the production of 3D printed components and tooling.
X-Bow Systems Inc. (X-Bow), a new non-traditional small business supplier of Solid Rocket Motors (SRMs) and defense technologies, announced that its Pathfinder I, a mobile energetics factory demonstration unit (aka Rocket Factory In-A-Box) will be delivered this month to the US Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) in Edwards, California.
Researchers from Concordia University, Montreal, are exploring the 3D printing of graphene oxide liquid crystals to enable materials with previously-unseen levels of strength.
Wiseemann 1893 have launched ENABLE 3D, a startup that offers 100 digital designs for tool accessories. Wiseemann 1893 is an tool manufacturing company, that offers more than 100 digital designs for tool accessories.
Velo3D announced Knust-Godwin, a precision contract manufacturer, has received a Sapphire XC to expand its metal additive manufacturing (AM) capabilities.
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