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July 18, 2018

Wednesday, July 18, 2018
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Pitt Receives Grant to Advance 3D-Printed Nuclear Components
The University of Pittsburgh's Swanson School of Engineering has been awarded $1 million to study and advance the design and manufacture of 3D-printed nuclear components. The award is part of the United States Department of Energy Office of Nuclear Energy's Nuclear Energy Enabling Technologies program. Read more.

German Company Reveals Five-Axis AM Future
Toolcraft GmbH, a German manufacturer, is planning to apply full five-axis additive-manufacturing (AM) technologies in the future after a successful initial adoption of 3D-printing processes and Siemens PLM software. The company says five-axis AM hybrid machines will replace the powder-bed machines it currently uses. Read more.

Industry News
On-Demand Manufacturing: Xometry Acquires MakeTime
DSTA, Airbus, and Boeing to Use AM for Aircraft Maintenance
Navy to Use 3D Printing to Expand Supply Chain
Simufact, Ampower Team Up
Sciaky, Inc. Partners with Concurrent Technologies Corporation
You Ought to Know

Webinar: Identifying Parts for Additive Manufacturing
Register now for the August 16 webinar, from 2 to 3 p.m., on parts, features and geometries best suited for selective laser melting. Kyle Adams, applications specialist at SLM Solutions, will present attendees with what they need to know to implement an effective metal-AM strategy.

Video: Voila! A 3D-Printed House

A family in France has become the first in the world to move into a 3D-printed house. The four-bedroom property is a prototype for bigger projects aiming to make housebuilding quicker and cheaper.

3D Metal Printing Experience and Tech Tour
August 8-9, Pittsburgh, PA
This event will provide opportunities to learn about the latest technologies and hear case-study presentations. Attendees also will have the opportunity to participate in exclusive plant tours at the GE Additive Customer Experience Center and the Carnegie Mellon NextManufacturing Center, to engage with company representatives and to view a variety of 3D metal-printing machines in action. Learn more about the event and register.

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