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 launch of FFF 3D printer by Wipro; Collaboration in between Tamil Nadu Industrial Investment Corporation, Sedaxis Advanced Materials and VIT Chennai for development of AM ecosystem; partnership between One Click Metal and Kingsbury Gulf for launch of BOLDSERIES systems and much more.
Wipro 3D, India’s leading provider of Additive Manufacturing (AM) (3D Printing) Solutions has launched its first product in its line of indigenously developed 3D printers. This unique printer is an industrial grade, robust and reliable printer based on Fused Filament Fabrication technology.
Following the inauguration of the VIT-SEDAXIS CoE for Additive Manufacturing in July of this year, a landmark agreement was signed on Tuesday, Nov. 22nd between Tamil Nadu Industrial Investment Corporation (TIIC), Sedaxis Advanced Materials Pvt. Ltd. and VIT, Chennai to collaborate extensively to promote Additive Manufacturing awareness and adoption amongst the thousands of MSMEs in the State of Tamil Nadu.
Adding tremendous value to the world of Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing, is the recent announcement by One Click Metal, of its partnership with Kingsbury Gulf to launch the holistic process chain BOLDSERIES system. This BOLDSERIES will be launched at the Kingsbury Gulf booth, during the SteelFab Exhibition, to be held from January 9th to 12th, 2023, in Sharjah.
On Nov. 21, the University of Maine Advanced Structures and Composites Center (ASCC) unveiled BioHome3D, the first 3D-printed house made entirely with bio-based materials.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has awarded up to $1 million over the next three years into research in Virginia Tech’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering to study 3D printing in space.
Prusa Research published the names of the first customers of its industrial 3D printing solution, the Original Prusa Pro Automated Farm System
WAAM3D, a company founded by a research team from Cranfield University, has sold a RoboWAAM Advanced to Aichi Sangyo, Japan.
Obayashi Corporation has constructed a shell-like bench (7m-wide, 5m-deep, and 2.5m-high) composed of curved surfaces only, without using steel bars and formwork, by a 3D printer with cement-based materials at its Technical Research Institute in Kiyose, Tokyo. This is one of the largest 3D printed structures in Japan.
Rosotics, innovators in additive manufacturing, today announced $750,000 in pre-seed funding led by Draper Associates.
AddUp and Dassault Aviation are collaborating to move metal additive manufacturing processes from “prototyping” to “mass production” for aeronautics.
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