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Micro Versus Nano 3D Printing
There’s a place for nano 3D printing in research applications, but micro 3D printing is more practical for parts like small electrical connectors, cardiovascular stents, microfluidic devices, and micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS).
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Micro 3D Printing: Enabling Miniaturization
Additive Manufacturing has been around for 30 years — used in prototyping and now moving into production, but the biggest value of AM comes from prototyping and production of parts that are difficult to manufacture using other more traditional methods.
Teton Simulation Joins Stratasys Software Partner Program
SmartSlice application will be released as a plug-in to the GrabCAD Print workflow software.
Shapeshift 3D Automates Custom Fit of 3D Printed Hockey Helmet Liner 
CCM manufactures a custom 3D printed hockey helmet liner—rather than a foam insert, it is composed of lattice structure that creates a quality helmet that is breathable, safe, and comfortable.
ASME Names AM Innovation Award Winners
Best-in-class 3D printing products selected by expert judges and attendees of  all-new ASME virtual AM Tech Forum.
Simpleware ScanIP Medical Receives FDA 510(k) OK for 3D Medical Printing
Company can 3D print anatomical models with Simpleware ScanIP Medical.
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Making Predictions in Additive Manufacturing with Simulation Apps
Engineers at the Industrial Technology Research Institute built a simulation app that can be used to predict the performance of laser powder bed fusion, an additive manufacturing process. The app saves time and money during the additive manufacturing process for...
Voxel8 Additive Manufacturing Delivers Enhanced Comfort to Hush Puppies Brand
The latest shoes from Hush Puppies to hit the market starting in 2022 will incorporate Voxel8's multi-material additive manufacturing technology.
Arburg Inc. Partners With Oryx Additive
Arburg's Freeformer 3D printers enable production of functional parts from standard injection molding granulates.
Material Insights into Additive Manufacturing
Use of multiscale material modeling and simulation software is helping expand role of additive manufacturing.
Wabtec Starts Operations at Neighborhood 91 Additive Hub
The new 11,000-sq.-ft. facility builds upon Wabtec’s efforts to drive innovation in the rail industry through its additive manufacturing capabilities, company says.
Stratasys Debuts New PolyJet 3D Printing Solution
Two new printers are made for multi-material printing and in-office capabilities and two new software solutions are built for packaging and research.
GE Gets Air Force Airworthiness OK for Metal 3D-printed Engine Part
This F110 component is the first engine component designed for and produced by metal additive manufacturing to be qualified by any US Department of Defense entity.
Phrozen Debuts Sonic MEGA 8K 3D Printer
The 3D printer has a notably large size and high precision printing capabilities.
EROFIO Group 3D Prints First Part on GE Additive Concept Laser M Line
GE Additive Concept Laser M Line scheduled to be commercially available later in 2021.



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Sintavia Develops Proprietary Copper Printing Technology
GRCop-42 material parameter and furnacing specification to enable full alloy adoption.

Green Additive Group Adds New Members
Stratasys, 3D Systems, others join Additive Manufacturer Green Trade Association.

Editor’s Pick: Improved simulation management
This update improves all elements of simulation workflow and management, according to the company.

Ansys Cloud to Support AWS Arm-based Graviton2 Processors
AWS Graviton2 processors can be employed in Ansys semiconductor simulation products

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