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Aurora Labs expands into defence sector with new 3D printing order

Aurora Labs, a provider of advanced 3D printing technology, has secured a purchase order from the Australian Government's Department of Defence.

Aurora Labs to showcase 3D-printed gas turbine at IndoPac Maritime Conference

Aurora Labs Limited (A3D), is set to present a 3D metal-printed gas turbine component at the IndoPac Maritime Conference in Sydney this week, geared towards defence customers and manufacturers.

Aurora Labs scores defence manufacturing contract to 3D-print metal components

Aurora Labs Limited announced its latest achievement in securing a printing service contract with Sovereign Propulsion Systems Pty Ltd (SPS), an Australian-based defence manufacturer specialising in unmanned aerial systems (UAS) platforms.

Additive Assurance expands product lineup for large format metal additive manufacturing

Additive Assurance, a provider of in-process quality assurance for metal additive manufacturing (AM), has introduced its AMiRIS-LF (Large Format) system in an effort to improve production scale quality assurance for metal AM.

Aurora Labs unveils AL250 commercial 3D printer for enhanced productivity

ASX-listed 3D printing company Aurora Labs has unveiled its new AL250 commercial printer project, marking a significant transition from the RMP-1 printer model to the newly designed AL250 laser powder bed fusion machine.

Students use metal 3D printing to establish new standards in rocket design

The race is on to make space components more dependable, affordable, scalable, and producible using agile manufacturing techniques as the aerospace industry moves quickly towards additive manufacturing (AM) as a method to convert innovative, physics-based designs into higher-performing parts.

Copper alloy a perfect fit in metal additive manufacturing amid material challenges

One of the "hottest" metals currently garnering interest in additive manufacturing is copper - largely because of its greater thermal conductivity, which is desired in industries like electronics and rocketry where heat exchange is essential.

AMGTA-commissioned research paper compares manufacturing methods to determine production sustainability

In an effort to address the need and demand for more sustainable manufacturing as well as more robust and flexible supply chains in a strategically, financially, and environmentally beneficial way, ongoing collaborations between additive manufacturing technology developers and practitioners are paving the way.

IperionX to supply recycled titanium powder to SLM Solutions

IperionX Limited, a provider of sustainable titanium technologies, is delivering spherical titanium metal powders to global additive manufacturing system provider SLM Solutions under a newly signed memorandum of understanding (MOU). 

Argonne researchers develop AI approach to detect flaws of 3D-printed parts

A research team led by the US Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory and the University of Virginia (UVA) has developed various imaging and machine-learning techniques to detect and predict the formation of pores in 3D-printed metals in real time with near-perfect accuracy.
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