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 collaboration between BARC and Intech Additive to make miniature 3D printed components; Stratasys Ltd acquired Covestro AG additive manufacturing material’s business; new programmable 3D printed materials developed by MIT researchers and much more.
Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) has collaborated with the Bengaluru-based Intech Additive Solutions – a leading end-to-end solutions provider in Metal Additive Manufacturing (AM) systems, Design for AM and AM Software – to successfully design and 3D print miniature metal components.
Markforged Holding Corporation announced the second quarter results of 2022. The main highlights of the results were increase in revenue by 19% and increase in gross margin, as compared to pervious quarter.
Stratasys Ltd. announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the additive manufacturing materials business of Covestro AG.
MIT researchers have developed a method for 3D printing materials with tunable mechanical properties, that sense how they are moving and interacting with the environment.
Researchers at Purdue College in Indiana are studying 3D printing of steel elements at hypersonic conditions for aerospace application.
Laser Zentrum Hannover (LZH) is working on more durable, particularly well-fitting dental implants as part of a DFG research group. The scientists want to use Additive Manufacturing to produce titanium implants with an innovative lattice structure.
SprintRay announced launch of SprintRay Crown™ by BEGO, a 3D printing resin poised to help improve the quality of restorative care in digital dentistry.
Intrepid Automation announced a new partnership with Greater Than Tech (GTT), a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization focusing on immersing girls and underserved youth to STEM and business to offer a free 4-day summer camp at the University of San Diego.
Prof. Mostafa Yourdkhani and his team from Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering is developing solutions to reduce the cost, time and energy required for carbon fiber composite additive manufacturing
Sygnis SA has acquired a majority stake in ZMorph SA. ZMorph will function as a definite subsidiary of the Sygnis Group. The acquisition was formalized on the twenty ninth of July 2022.
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