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Titomic & TAUV Complete Prototyping

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World-first ultralight Titanium Additive Manufactured (AM) Soldier System products R&D to commercial readiness of Defence Products manufactured using TKF Titomic Bureau delivers ISO-9001 accredited opportunities in $9.8B1 Soldier Systems Australian digital manufacturing solutions company Titomic Limited (ASX: TTT) (“Titomic” or “Company”) is pleased to provide an update to prior market announcements1 regarding completion of TAUV […]

Oerlikon AM and MT Aerospace join forces to offer aerospace customers additive manufacturing solutions

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Oerlikon AM and MT Aerospace are partnering to accelerate the use of additive parts in the aerospace and defense industries. The partnership aims to bring efficiency and cost savings to the aerospace and defense market by providing end-to-end solutions to their customers. The two companies are important players in the aerospace market, and their combined […]

Hexagon acquires AMendate to shape the generative design market

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New technology enables MSC Software to significantly decrease time-to-print for Additive Manufacturing Hexagon’s Manufacturing Intelligence division today announced that Hexagon has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire AMendate, a German-based start-up providing simulation software solutions that support the generation and optimisation of designs for additive manufacturing. AMendate will join Hexagon’s MSC Software business, a […]

Objectify Standardizes on MSC’s Simufact Additive for AM Process Simulation

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BENGALURU, India, May 20, 2019 – MSC Software (MSC), a global leader in simulation software and services, who enable product manufacturers to advance their engineering methods, announced today that it has signed an agreement with Objectify Technologies Pvt. Ltd. to use MSC’s ‘Simufact Additive’ for Additive Manufacturing (AM) simulation and MSC One suite of products. Simufact Additive is […]

Growth continues at EOS with acquisition of Vulcan Labs

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Additive manufacturing talent boost set to deliver custom solutions, augment R&D and drive commercialization of EOS 3D printing platforms. EOS, the world’s leading technology supplier in the field of industrial 3D printing of metals and polymers, announces its acquisition of Vulcan Labs – expanding its bench of additive manufacturing (AM) experts in powder bed fusion […]

Renishaw and Sandvik power the future of metal additive manufacturing

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To strengthen the metal additive manufacturing (AM) industry, global engineering company Renishaw has initiated a collaboration with Sandvik Additive Manufacturing to supply the company with high productivity multi-laser RenAM 500Q systems, which will substantially increase Sandvik’s printing capacity. This is one of the largest installations to date of Renishaw’s latest AM system, the RenAM 500Q. […]

Renishaw and Altair Collaborate to Bring Metal 3D Printing to Industrial End Users

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Renishaw, a leading manufacturer of advanced metal additive manufacturing (AM) systems has joined forces with Altair, a leading provider of enterprise-class engineering software, for a series of projects aimed at bringing AM into serial end use production. “Altair is a world leader in simulation-driven design,” said Stephen Anderson, AM Business Development Manager of Renishaw Inc. “Research […]

Why MakerBot and 3D Systems are Losing the Desktop 3D Market

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Expiring patents are opening the door to smaller manufacturers. There’s the Lulzbot, BeeTheFirst, DeltaWasp, and the Ultimaker. You might not have heard of any of them, but collectively they’re crushing it in a desktop 3D-printing market traditionally dominated by brand-name rivals like MakerBot. Author – Andrew Zaleski   Read more on FORTUNE   

3D Printing and the Manufacturing Skills Gap

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What’s the best way to train today’s students for tomorrow’s jobs? In the United States, there’s considerable debate about how to close the “skills gap” in manufacturing. Most (but not all) analysts acknowledge that such a gap exists, and that too many manufacturers struggle to find qualified workers. At the same time, too many workers […]