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Amaero to develop 3D printed tooling with automotive firm

Amaero, an Australian metal additive manufacturing service provider, has signed an agreement with an unnamed automotive manufacturer to jointly develop 3D printed tooling. Specifically, Amaero will be using its suite of metal additive manufacturing technology to create steel inserts for two aluminium casting die components. Using additive manufactured inserts for tools, according to Amaero, can […]

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Author: Anas Essop

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TWI secures additive manufacturing facility qualification from Lloyd’s Register

British technology consultant TWI has received a signed AM facility qualification from certification organization Lloyd’s Register (LR). The news comes following an independent audit on TWI’s 3D printing center in Yorkshire, UK. The audit assessed the design, manufacturing, post-processing, and inspection of components produced using the EOS M 290 metal powder bed fusion system at TWI’s facility. […]

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Author: Kubi Sertoglu

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Würth signs agreement with Markforged to distribute 3D printers

Würth, the German distributor of fasteners, MRO and safety equipment, has signed a deal with Markforged, the US manufacturers of composite and metal 3D printers, to sell 3D printers to its customers in North America.  The deal will allow Würth to provide Markforged 3D printers to its customers in the general manufacturing market, as well […]

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Author: Paul Hanaphy

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Titomic signs AUD $25.5M Equipment Sales Agreement with Global Defence Manufacturer  

Titomic, an Australian metal 3D printer manufacturer, has signed an AUD $25.5 million equipment sales agreement with Composite Technology, a global defense supplier.  Titomic will provide two of its Titomic Kinetic Fusion (TKF) manufacturing systems. Composite Technology thinks this partnership will “increase capacity in the area of defense-related product and component development.” Preceding the contract, […]

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Author: Olivia Harangozó

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BAE Systems and Renishaw partner to develop combat aircraft systems using additive manufacturing

Multinational aerospace company BAE Systems has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with UK-based metal 3D printer manufacturer Renishaw to improve manufacturing processes for combat aircraft systems.  With the application of industrial 3D printing, this collaboration aims to improve performance, reduce costs and speed up the production of such aircraft systems, ultimately advancing novel technology […]

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Author: Tia Vialva

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Wipro 3D and HAL partner to accelerate metal 3D printing adoption in Indian aerospace industry

Wipro 3D, a Bangalore-based metal 3D printing service provider and consultancy firm, has signed an MoU with Indian aerospace and defence company Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL). Both companies are seeking to increase the adoption of metal additive manufacturing in the Indian aerospace industry.  The MoU specifically focuses on the design, development, production and certification of […]

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Author: Anas Essop

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Identify3D partners with EOS and Siemens to integrate secure data transfer in 3D printing ecosystem

Identify3D, a San Francisco-headquartered software company, has announced it has signed an OEM partnership with Siemens Digital Industries Software, the automation and digitalization software branch of industrial manufacturing company Siemens.  This partnership will enable the integration of Identify3D’s security suite within Siemens’ software solutions. Both companies aim to support customers in creating automated, end-to-end, secure […]

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Author: Anas Essop

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Nano Dimension to develop 3D printed electronics with South Korean tech hub

3D printed electronics provider Nano Dimension, headquartered in Israel, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with South Korean technology innovation hub Chungbuk Technopark (CBTP). A multi-year agreement, the two organizations will work to streamline the electronics manufacturing process chain. Products of the collaboration will benefit various areas of the region’s electronics industry, covering consumer goods, […]

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Author: Beau Jackson

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Farsoon beta tests high-speed 3D printing Flight technology with Rapid manufacturing

Farsoon Europe, the Stuttgart-based subsidiary of Chinese 3D printer manufacturer Farsoon Technologies, has signed a development agreement with Rapid Manufacturing AG, a Swiss plastic 3D printing service provider, for the beta testing of Farsoon’s new Flight technology.  Farsoon has therefore installed its Flight-HT403P laser sintering 3D printer at Rapid Manufacturing’s facility, which has been tested […]

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Author: Anas Essop

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New for consumers: Carbon and Specialized 3D print superior comfort bike saddle

Californian Digital Light Synthesis company Carbon has signed a 3D printed product partnership with leading U.S. bicycle manufacturer Specialized. Named the “S-Works Power Saddle with Mirror Technology”, this bike seat is the latest in a line of applications that sees Carbon forging a role for 3D printing in the consumer products market. Each of these applications, […]

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Author: Beau Jackson