Month: March 2023

  • Core Industrial Partners takes Fathom private. Fathom Class A common stock has ceased trading and will no longer be listed on the NYSE.

    Fathom Digital Manufacturing Corp. (NYSE: FATH), an industry leader in on-demand digital manufacturing services, reported the company’s revenue increased 5.9% to $161.1 million in FY 2022 from $152.2 million for…

  • Rosotics debuts new LFAM Mantis printer - which is capable of printing up to 45kg of material per hour, using 'rapid induction printing'

    Rosotics, a producer of hyper-efficient metal additive manufacturing solutions, has recently unveiled the first completed prototype of its Mantis printer – a notably large structure capable of printing up to…

  • Goodfellow Cambridge's new customized alloy powders include high-entropy alloys (HEAs) created "using nearly any combination of elements".

    Goodfellow Cambridge, a leading supplier of specialist metals and materials, has recently announced the availability of customized alloy powders, including high-entropy alloys (HEAs). By offering these advanced materials, Goodfellow Cambridge…

  • BAM engineers have applied the finishing touches to a landmark new active travel bridge in Glasgow which will connect over 800 new homes in the Sighthill area to the city…

  • Binder jetting and HSS 3D printer manufacturer voxeljet generated €27.8 million in revenues for the fiscal year that ended on December 31, 2022 (FY 2022). This represents a 12.1% increase…

  • MANUFACTURA 3D prints bioceramics from used eggshells. The Eggshell Project (Un Proyecto de Huevo) utilizes a KUKA KR-150 robotic arm.

    Mexico-based design studio MANUFACTURA has reportedly developed an innovative method of transforming organic waste into building materials with their Eggshell Project (Un Proyecto de Huevo). The project takes a sustainable…

  • Farsoon announces new elastomer powder - INFINAM TPC - developed in collaboration with Evonik, a global leader in specialty chemicals.

    The polymer materials experts at Evonik have developed a new material called INFINAM TPC (thermoplastic co-polyester), in close collaboration with Asian powder bed fusion printers manufacturer Farsoon. This new material…

  • Enhancing US Army readiness with AM - adopting the technology to overcome logistical challenges and improve operational preparedness.

    The US Army highlighted the importance of readiness in its 2022 year-end review, emphasizing the need for continuous training and operational preparedness. Challenges to overall readiness include logistical limitations and…

  • Bryan Oknyansky puts original Bits from Bytes (BfB) 3D printers, used to launch his 3D printed high-heel brand, Shoes by Bryan, up for sale.

    The original Bits from Bytes (BfB) 3D printers used by architect and shoe designer, Bryan Oknyansky, to launch the world’s first premium and customizable 3D printed high-heel shoes brand are…

  • ADDMAN purchases two Sapphire XC printers from Velo3D. The new printers are calibrated to print in GRCop-42 and Inconel 718 alloys.

    ADDMAN, an additive-focused contract manufacturer and engineering firm, has purchased two Sapphire XC printers from Velo3D. The printers will be installed in ADDMAN’s Castheon facility – expanding the company’s existing…

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