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 Agnikul secures patent for 3D printed rocket engine; $51 million in Series-B funding for Skyroot who are using 3d Printing for their cryogenic engines; Northrop Grumman speeds up additive manufacturing process for advanced weaponry; Divide by Zero launches AION 500;3D systems announces CuNi30 alloy for metal additive manufacturing and more
India based spacetech company, Agnikul Cosmos, has secured a patent for the design and manufacturing of its single-piece 3D printed rocket engine from the Government of India.
Spacetech startup, Skyroot Aerospace has raised $51 million in Series-B financing round led by GIC, making it the largest funding round in the nascent sector. The company uses additive manufacturing for research and production of components for aerospace.
Divide by Zero Technologies (DBZ) has introduced the AION NX 3D printer, which represents the next frontier in large format hybrid 3D printing in India. AION NX caters to the needs of pattern and mould makers, large component manufacturers in the automotive, defence, and aerospace industries, as well as R&D innovators.
Creality entered a partnership with Forward AM, the brand of BASF 3D Printing Solutions, to expand professional-grade 3D printing applications. Creality also launched the fully-enclosed FDM 3D printer Sermoon D3 featuring HP-ULTRA, a high-end filament series Creality co-developed with Forward AM specifically designed for Creality 3D printers.
Northrop Grumman Corporation is accelerating development of high temperature materials through its Scalable Composite Robotic Additive Manufacturing Carbon/Carbon to support emerging hypersonic and high-speed weapons.
Researchers at City University of Hong Kong (CityU) recently discovered a low-cost, direct method to turn commonly used 3D printable polymers into lightweight, ultra-tough, biocompatible hybrid carbon microlattices , which can be in any shape or size, and are 100 times stronger than the original polymers.
Formlabs adds Jiadong Sun as China General Manager and Yoshinori Hasebe as Japan General Manager to scale the company’s growth in these markets.
Optomec and Acme Manufacturing will showcase an industry first, fully automated work cell initially optimized for repairing aviation compressor blades made of titanium.
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