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 investment by Nikon in Hybrid Manufacturing Technologies and Optisys; launch of L&Ts 6,500 sq ft 3D Concrete Printing project; collaboration between Sinterit and Sedaxis Advanced Materials to make SLS printing affordable; PERI and CIVE started the world biggest construction 3D printing project in USA and more
Nikon Announces Investment in Hybrid Manufacturing Technologies Global, Inc and Optisys
Nikon Corporation (Nikon) announced an investment in Hybrid Manufacturing Technologies Global, Inc and Optisys, Inc. Hybrid Manufacturing Technologies successfully created an approach that enables users to integrate additive tools onto any platform, while Optisys is a, a global industry leader in the design and manufacture of metal printed antennas for commercial and government applications where high performance, size, and weight are critical.
Leading infrastructure developer, Larsen & Toubro Limited (L&T), will construct an office space building spread over 6,500 sq ft using the 3D Concrete Printing (3DCP) technology at the company’s office at Manapakkam in Chennai. The G+2 storey building will come at an investment of 2.5 to 3 crore.
A new U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) research project to Southern University, Louisiana State University, and Auburn University is expected to contribute significantly to ASTM International’s newly established Consortium on Materials Data & Standardization (CMDS).
Markforged introduces a new material for the manufacturing community to utilise — Smooth TPU 95A! This material brings an entirely new set of functional properties to the Digital Forge and adds a substantial amount of versatility to what’s possible with Markforged 3D printers.
The largest 3D printed building project in the US is underway. A two story 3D printed house of 4,000 square feet has been started by PERI and CIVE in Houston, Texa
Houston-based manufacturer Kevton Technologies places largest-ever individual order for Sapphire systems, joining Velo3D’s contract manufacturer network and helping customers build complex parts.
Stratasys has announced that Evonik is its third and newest material partner for the P3™ technology-based Origin® One 3D printer.
Cornell University research team is working on integrating concrete and wood in construction 3D printing project. According to the team, when wood is added with concrete in the construction 3D printing process, it improves sustainability and reduces cost.
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