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 opening of new Additive Manufacturing Center by Boeing in Auburn; AMTech to host 3D Printing Startup Challenge; 3D MetalForge received certification by American Bureau of Shipping for AM parts; development of faster, multi-material AM method by Sandford engineers.
Boeing has formally opened its new additive manufacturing facility in Auburn, Washington. The new Center of Additive Manufacturing Excellence (CoAME) leverages 3D printing technology in the design and manufacturing of tools and parts for commercial airplanes, helicopters, spacecraft, and satellites.
AM Chronicle announces the 3D Printing Startup Challenge in partnership with AM Ventures and ASTM International to promote the startup ecosystem in India, Asia, and the Middle East. The startup challenge will be hosted at AMTech – India’s Leading Additive Manufacturing Tradeshow scheduled for 2-3 December 2022.
3D Metalforge Limited announced that its Houston, Texas manufacturing facility received certification by the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) for the additive production of metal parts.
Firehawk aerospace have announced that its 3D-printed fuel have been successfully completed first testing milestone for its first in-atmosphere demonstration launch.
Additive manufacturing innovator Addifab has signed a contract with BOFA International for portable fume filtration technology to support its unique Freeform Injection Molding (FIM) process.
PUNCH Torino and BEAMIT consolidate their historic collaboration with the announcement of a strategic partnership related to the technological development of additive manufacturing as an increasingly competitive and sustainable instrument compared to conventional technologies.
Essentium announced it has successfully completed its initial participation in the U.S. Navy’s Repair Technology Exercise (REPTX) at Port Hueneme, California.
Stanford engineers have designed a method of 3D printing that is 5 to 10 times faster than the quickest high-resolution printer currently available and is capable of using multiple types of resin in a single object.
Techmer PM and Purdue Composite Manufacturing and Simulation Center to highlight an innovative predictive simulation software at CAMX in Anaheim
The Crystal Lamellas installation by JK3D blends nature, technology, and material innovation. Julia Koerner, an award-winning Austrian designer and Creative Director of JK3D.
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