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SME and 3D Systems Collaborate to Bring AM to Classroom

SME and 3D Systems have collaborated on the M.Lab21 program, an initiative to bring additive manufacturing technologies to high school industrial arts and vocational education classes.

Electron Beam AM System Comes to Market

Sciaky Inc. will be offering its electron beam additive manufacturing (EBAM) systems for purchase. The company has predominantly offered the process as a service-only option to help manufacturers produce large-scale prototypes and production parts f...

LPW Technology Establishes U.S. Subsidiary

The U.K.’s LPW Technology has established a subsidiary based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to provide support and sales to U.S. customers of its metal powders for additive manufacturing.

Trumpf Forms Joint Venture for 3D Printing

German machine tool and laser manufacturer Trumpf has formed a joint venture with Italian laser manufacturer Sisma that is aimed at developing a 3D printer capable of mass production of metal components.

Hybrid Machine Combines Laser Sintering with Milling

The Lumex Avance-25 from MC Machinery Systems and Matsuura Machinery Corp. combines metal laser sintering technology with high-speed milling technology to produce complex parts using digital engineering and 3D data.

GKN Aerospace to Lead AM Research Consortium

GKN Aerospace will lead a consortium of U.K. companies in a 3 1/2-year research and development program called “Horizon (AM)” that is aimed at building on the company’s additive manufacturing capability to produce lighter, complex components cost ef...

Hybrid Machine Combines Additive, Subtractive Processes

DMG MORI’s Lasertec 65 hybrid manufacturing machine combines additive and subtractive processes to produce a complete part from powder.

Laser Sintering System Builds Metal Parts

EOS’ M 290 direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) system, the successor to its EOSINT M 280, is designed for the production of serial components, spare parts and prototypes.

New Metal Materials Suited for Additive Manufacturing

EOS has expanded its materials portfolio to include two new metal alloys.

Partnership Will Develop Large-Scale AM System

The Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) is partnering with machine tool manufacturer Cincinnati Inc. to develop a large-scale additive manufacturing system.

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