Additive Manufacturing Industry News | Week 46 | 2022

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Chinmay Saraf

Technical Writer, AM Chronicle
Chinmay Saraf is a scientific writer living in Indore, India. His academic background is in mechanical engineering, and he has substantial experience in fused deposition-based additive manufacturing. Chinmay possesses an M.Tech. in computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing and is enthusiastic about 3D printing, product development, material science, and sustainability. He also has a deep interest in “Frugal Designs” to improve the present technical systems.

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 development of 3D-printed bunkers for Indian Army by Military Engineering Services and start-ups; Imaginarium join hands with Formlabs to became its value-added disturbutor for Indian subcontinent; Intech Additive Solutions collabrates with UIT-Dresden to develop new materials for metal AM using its software AMOptoMet; launch of new additive manufacturing simulation software by Markforged and much more.

Discover India’s Potential in Rapidly Growing Additive Manufacturing Industry at AMTECH Expo 2022

Creating waves in the world of Additive Manufacturing and 3D printing is the 6th edition of the AMTECH Expo 2022, India’s only dedicated additive manufacturing tradeshow to be held at the Hitex Exhibition Grounds in Hyderabad, India, from December 2nd to 3rd, 2022.

Indian Army troops to get 3D-printed bunkers that can withstand tank fire

The Military Engineering Services (MES) and start-ups, including those from IIT-Gandhinagar and IIT-Madras, have developed 3D printed structures for Indian Army of varying sizes and functionalities. The defense establishment has also underwent successful experiments to evaluate its durability against a T-90 firing from 100 meters.

Imaginarium Becomes the Value-Added Distributor of Formlabs in the Greater Indian Subcontinent

Formlabs and Imaginarium join hands to expand the adoption of additive manufacturing in the greater Indian subcontinent as Imaginarium becames value-added distributor of Formlabs for Greater Indian Subcontinent region.

Intech Additive Solutions Collaborates with Umwelt- und Ingenieurtechnik GmbH Dresden (UIT-Dresden) to develop and optimise new materials for Metal 3D Printing using AMOptoMet – Intech’s Parameter Optimization Software for Metal LPBF Systems

Intech Additive Solutions has collaborated with Umwelt- und Ingenieurtechnik GmbH Dresden (UIT-Dresden), a subsidiary of General Atomics Europe / General Atomics (USA), to develop and optimize new materials for Metal 3D Printing using AMOptoMet Ultimate version 2.0 – Intech’s flagship Parameter Optimization Software for Metal LPBF Systems.

SLM Solutions Presents World First Solution For Producing Metal Parts With a Size of up to 3.0 x 1.2 x 1.2M

SLM Solutions announced launch of solution that enables the production of high-quality metal parts up to a size of 3.0 x 1.2 x 1.2 Meter (LxWxH).

Markforged Takes the Guesswork out of 3D Printing for Industrial Applications With New Simulation Software

Markforged announced the release of new Simulation features for its additive manufacturing software the simulation is available as a free trial until April 2023, and the company expects to make the feature accessible through a paid subscription thereafter.

Photo Credit: U.S. Air Force photo / Jonathan Taulbee)

Air Force Research Laboratory ( AFRL ) at U.S.A. Reopens Renovated Additive Manufacturing Lab

The Air Force Research Laboratory, or AFRL, hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony Nov. 9, 2022, to celebrate the reopening of its recently renovated Additive Manufacturing Laboratory, as well as the installation of a novel 3D-printing system for aerospace-grade material

New nanoscale 3D printing material designed by Stanford engineers could offer better structural protection for satellites, drones, and microelectronics

Engineers at Sandford University have designed a new material for nanoscale 3D printing that is able to absorb twice as much energy as other similarly dense materials and could be used to create better lightweight protective lattices.

Manufacturing execution system provider AMFG receives $8.5M funding

AMFG Corp, Austin, Texas, USA, a provider of manufacturing execution system (MES) & workflow automation software for Additive Manufacturing, has secured $8.5 million in funding, led by Intel Capital.

Shell and GE Additive metal 3D print oxygen hydrogen micromixer at Energy Transition Campus Amsterdam

Shell International B.V. and GE Additive unveiled the results of a joint design and engineering project – an additively manufactured oxygen hydrogen micromixer. This complex, non-functional, demonstration part, was printed in nickel alloy 718 on a GE Additive Concept Laser M Line system, installed at Shell’s 3D Printing CoE and Workshop, part of the company’s Energy Transition Campus Amsterdam (ETCA) in the Netherlands.

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Chinmay Saraf

Technical Writer, AM Chronicle
Chinmay Saraf is a scientific writer living in Indore, India. His academic background is in mechanical engineering, and he has substantial experience in fused deposition-based additive manufacturing. Chinmay possesses an M.Tech. in computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing and is enthusiastic about 3D printing, product development, material science, and sustainability. He also has a deep interest in “Frugal Designs” to improve the present technical systems.