Additive Manufacturing Industry News | Week 51 | 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.

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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 3D printing hub and Goa Drone Policy by Chief Minister Pramod Sawant; Successful 3D bioprinting of eye tissue by National Eye Institute; partnership between Meltio and 12 software companies for development of hybrid and robotic AM technology and research on application of metal additive manufacturing for detection of counterfeited parts by Texas A&M.

Goa chief minister Pramod Sawant inaugurates 3D printing hub and Goa Drone Policy

Chief Minister Pramod Sawant and Information Technology (IT) Minister Rohan Khaunte released the Goa Drone policy and inaugurated ‘Additive Manufacturing Hub’ within the premises of the IT hub at Altinho in Panaji.

Researchers at National Eye Institute use 3D bioprinting to create eye tissue

Scientists used patient stem cells and 3D bioprinting to produce eye tissue that will advance understanding of the mechanisms of blinding diseases. The research team from the National Eye Institute (NEI), part of the National Institutes of Health, printed a combination of cells that form the outer blood-retina barrier—eye tissue that supports the retina’s light-sensing photoreceptors

Meltio partners with 12 leading software companies to foster hybrid and robotic additive manufacturing adoption

This are the 12 most innovative worldwide software companies in additive manufacturing (AM) that have joined Meltio Engine’s Software Partner ecosystem for hybrid and robotic platforms: SKM DCAM by SKM Informatik; AdaOne by Adaxis; AiSync by AiBuild; Esprit by Hexagon; Fusion 360 by Autodesk; Aplus+Mastercam by Camufacturing and Mastercam; Hypermill by OpenMind; SiemensNX by Siemens; Hy5CAM by 1ATechnologies; RobotStudio 3D Printing PowerPack by ABB and SprutCAM X by SprutCam.

Meltio Engine CNC Integration & Meltio Engine Robot Integration

Using Additive Manufacturing To Detect Counterfeited Parts 

Texas A&M Researchers are applying metal additive manufacturing techniques to embed a hidden cache of information within products to help combat counterfeited goods.

Markforged Billerica Manufacturing Facility Achieves ISO 9001:2015 Certification 

Markforged announced that the Markforged materials manufacturing facility located in Billerica, MA is International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001:2015 certified

Additive Assurance Closes AU$4.1M for 3D Printing Quality Control Center of Excellence 

Additive Assurance, a metal 3D printing quality assurance startup, has now raised AU$4.1 million ($2.7 million) in early-stage venture capital funding to establish an additive manufacturing quality assurance center of excellence at its Melbourne, Australia

AddUp announces the FormUp ® 350 Evolution for printing parts up to 1 meter tall 

The AddUp, the metal additive manufacturing solutions provider created by French groups Michelin and Fives, is expanding its machine portfolio with the announcement of the FormUp350 Evolution.

Gkn Aerospace And Arianegroup Extend Partnership On Ariane 6 Rocket Engine Subsystems 

GKN Aerospace has signed a contract with ArianeGroup to supply the next phase of Ariane 6 turbines and Vulcain nozzles. The contract includes the manufacturing and supply of units for the next 14 Ariane 6 launchers, to be produced from now until 2025.

Scientists 3D-print biomedical devices in study that may ‘open up new possibilities’ 

A Chinese-led team of scientists say they have developed a highly conductive 3D printing ink that can build circuits in hydrogel to create devices that can be used to monitor heart rate and stimulate nerves.

Mythos’ launches new £1,500 handlebar manufactured with metal additive manufacturing

The Mythos TX-1 is a new 3D-printed titanium track cycling handlebar from the brand behind the £500 Elix stem. The part is manufactured using metal additive manufacturing and titanium as materials.

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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.