Germany-based Verbatim—part of Mitsubishi Chemical—has launched PRIMALLOY BLACK 3D printing filament for the creation of functional items affording durability and flexibility.
LPW Technology is introducing M G Sales as its latest reseller and Asia-Pacific team member at the AMSI (Additive Manufacturing Society of India) conference, taking place in Bangalore, on...
LPW Technology—a UK-based producer of metal additive manufacturing (AM) powders—has released its latest case study entitled Maraging steel: the effects of alloy chemistry.
BASF New Business (BNB) has acquired 100% of Innofil3D, a Netherlands-based producer of fused filament fabrication (FFF) 3D printing filaments.
LPW Technology has shared its case study entitled Porosity—powder or process derived?, examining the sources and impact of porosity in metal AM.
Netherlands-based Innofil3D has released three new engineering filaments for 3D printing, namely polypropylene (PP), acrylic-styrene-acrylonitrile (ASA) and high-impact polystyrene (HIPS).
A metal additive manufacturing (AM) partnership agreement has been signed by the Kazakh Autonomous Cluster Fund and British company Metalysis.
Prototyping costs reduced by 75 percent and development cycles accelerated by 50 percent
British company Metalysis has announced the opening of its Materials Discovery Centre at the Advanced Manufacturing Park (AMP), in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, UK.
3D Systems has announced a number of new products geared towards accelerating adoption of additive manufacturing (AM) for plastics and metals in a number of markets.