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3D Printing with Quick Change Mold System Creates Price/Performance Benchmark for Low-Volume Injection Molding

Stratasys Ltd. and HASCO developed a rapid, cost-efficient method to producing low volumes of injection molded prototypes by integrating 3D printing with a quick-change mold system.

Partnership Adds Laser Melting Capacity

The Blok Group has purchased two laser melting systems from Concept Laser, its collaborator in a strategic partnership focused on developing new design approaches for 3D geometries.

H.C. Starck, Metasphere Cooperate to Develop Spherical Metal Powders

The partnership leverages Metasphere’s process and H.C. Starck’s support services.

Additive/Subtractive Manufacturing Service Launched

A prototyping bureau in China is offering both metal 3D printing and CNC machining under one roof.

Siemens Expands Frontier Partner Program

The program’s pilot members are a group of 3D printing startups focused on solving industrial users’ challenges.

ITAMCO Team Receives Funding for AM Support Structures Project

America Makes has awarded R&D funding to a team consisting of ITAMCO, Johnson & Johnson, and two universities.

United Grinding Establishes Joint Venture for Additive Processes

The joint venture focuses on manufacturing prototypes and complex workpieces via SLS, SLM and 3D printing processes.

GF and EOS Partner to Advance AM for Moldmaking

The two companies are combining their technologies and expertise to leverage AM for the tool and die industry.

Auburn University, NASA Form Space Act Agreement

The organizations have agreed to explore and develop additive manufacturing applications related to space travel.

University of Louisville AM Center to Open in October

Opening in October 2015, the UL AMCC will provide training to additive manufacturing technical and business professionals.

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