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3D-printed parts set to surge to $119B by 2032 — AM Research

Additive Manufacturing Research has recently published a study affirming the optimistic future for prominent additive manufacturing (AM) technologies. The findings indicate that these technologies are...

Wayland Additive focuses on hard-to-process metals at Formnext 2023

England-based metal additive manufacturer Wayland Additive is taking centre stage at Formnext 2023 with a showcase of parts crafted from challenging metals, including titanium, carbon steel, and tungsten.

Metal 3D printing market projected to reach $5.4B in 2023 amid economic challenges, says...

The seventh edition of Additive Manufacturing Research's "Metal AM Markets: 2023" report has forecasted that the metal 3D printing market will reach $5.4 billion in 2023, including $3.2 billion for contract services, $1.3 billion for hardware, and $920 million for materials.

German 3D printing giant invests in Dimensionics’ density determination solution

Dimensionics Density announced that FKM Additive Manufacturing, Germany's largest full-service powder bed fusion (PBF) 3D printing bureau, has invested in the company's technology and will use it to help its customers achieve the objective of a completely automated AM process chain.

German partners use near-contour cooling to 3D-print metal injection moulding tool

The University of Rostock and metal construction company Stenzel MIM Technik have collaborated to create a 3D-printed metal injection mould (MIM) with AIM3D's CEM technology on an ExAM 255 system in a push to combine high accuracy and production speeds.

3DPRINTUK ranks in Europe’s Fastest-Growing Companies 2023 list

London-based 3D printing company 3DPRINTUK has earned a spot on the Financial Times 1000 Fastest Growing Companies in Europe list, with an absolute growth rate of 171.6 per cent.

Wayland boosts Calibur3 PBF-EB additive manufacturing machine production

Wayland Additive said it is ramping up the production of its Calibur3 metal Additive Manufacturing machine in a push to "insulate customers against supply chain delays."
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