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 launch of project on construction 3D-printing of post office complex in Bengaluru by L&T construction; development of 3D printed flow reactor system by Intech Additive Solutions; Carbon Acquiring ParaMatters; University Grants Commission advised Universities to explore integration of NSAM in education and much more.
An entire post office is slated to come up in Karnataka, all in a span of just one month, thanks to 3D printing technology. The project will be completed by Larsen & Toubro Construction and cost 25% less than normal construction cost.
Intech Additive Solutions announces the launch of their Flow Reactor System. This new paradigm is becoming increasingly popular among manufacturers for it is much more compact and safer than conventional equipment.
University Grants Commission asked the Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs) and its affiliated colleges to explore the initiation of suitable programmes and schemes in the thrust area of higher education based on the recommendations and actions identified in the National Strategy on Additive Manufacturing (NSAM).
The American Petroleum Institute (API) today published a new standard on additive manufacturing for polymer-based components used in the natural gas and oil industry that will increase operating efficiency, ease supply chain issues and help reduce emissions.
The Department of Veterans Affairs, U.S.A. has gotten its first 3D printing medical device cleared to assist in veterans’ surgeries, officials shared this week.
Triastek announced a collaboration with Eli Lilly and Company to leverage the advantages of 3D printing technology to enable precisely targeted and programmed release of drugs in specific regions of the GI tract.
Carnegie Mellon engineering researchers develop a groundbreaking process to 3D print tiny microscale ice that can be used in various biomedical and robotics applications.
Hyliion Holdings Corp. announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire a new hydrogen and fuel agnostic capable generator (“KARNO”) from GE Additive.
Samsung C&T Construction Division is applying 3D printing technology to construction sites, such as creating faux landscape walls through 3D printing technology at the housing redevelopment site in Yongdu District 6, which is currently under construction.
Carbon announced the acquisition of ParaMatters, a software provider for additive manufacturing to improve its topology optimization feature.
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