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 IIT Hyderabad and DRDO; Imaginarium become the first Indian company to be included in HP Digital Manufacturing Network; research on multi-functional soft materials printer by Cambridge University and much more.
DRDO Cell was established in IIT Hyderabad (IITH) in 2020-21, which was working as a satellite Centre for the RIC Chennai (IIT Madras Research park). The then Director of the RIC, Dr Natrajan, took the initiative to contact various Defence Laboratories in and around Hyderabad, collate the problem statements, and share them among IITH faculty members through the then Dean (R&D) Prof Sumohana, IITH, and that’s how the ball started rolling in 2019-20.
Imaginarium, India’s premier advanced design and digital manufacturing services and solutions provider, become the first company in India to be included in the HP Digital Manufacturing Network, as a Multi Jet Fusion Production Professional partner.
Cambridge Researchers have developed a hackable and multi-functional 3D printer for soft materials that is affordable and open design. The technology has the potential to unlock further innovation in diverse fields, such as tissue engineering, soft robotics, food, and eco-friendly material processing – aiding the creation of unprecedented designs.
Fictiv, the operating system for custom manufacturing, announced today the addition of 3D visualization technology to its injection molding design for manufacturability (DFM) system, delivering end-to-end automation of injection molding workflows
Metal powder manufacturer Mimete Srl, a member of the Fomas Group based in Biassono, Italy, recently collaborated with Nordic Additive Manufacturing (NAM), Raufoss, Norway, on the successful development of a 90 kg pump impeller manufactured using Mimete metal powders.
Dr Simon Graham, MAPP – ESPRC Future Manufacturing Hub, Partners with ECKART GmbH and AMS CDT alumni, to convert surplus aluminium alloy powders from atomisation into sheet material in two solid-state steps for use in aerospace applications.
Addup and WBA Tooling Academy will introduce new manufacturing processes in the field of additive manufacturing technologies for toolmaking.
An interdisciplinary team of researchers from Korea, Australia, Great Britain, and Germany – with participation of Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology (Leibniz IPHT) – were able for the first time to optimize an optical glass fiber in such a way that light of different wavelengths can be focused extremely precisely.
Sigma Additive Solutions, a developer of quality assurance software to the commercial 3D printing industry, announced that it has partnered with Novanta for advanced industrial OEMs
Stratasys Ltd. has announced the acquisition of quality assurance software company Riven for quality assurance for production scale additive manufacturing.
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