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August 15, 2018

Wednesday, August 15, 2018
3D Metal Printing - Monthly Newsletter
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Digital Alloys Gains $12.9 Million from Boeing,
Lincoln Electric and G20 Ventures

Digital Alloys, Inc., Burlington MA, provider of metal additive-manufacturing (AM) technology, has announced a $12.9-million Series B round of financing led by G20 Ventures, Boston, MA, and joined by Boeing HorizonX Ventures, Chicago, IL, and Lincoln Electric, Cleveland, OH. The company uses wire feedstock and high deposition rates to print metal parts, reportedly at low cost. Read more.

GE Additive Announces Deal with Honda Aircraft
Honda's Aircraft Engine Research and Development Center has selected GE Additive's AddWorks team to provide consultative services, with the goal of accelerating applications of AM in the aerospace sector. Read more.

Industry News
Today's News
Aconity3D to Call UTEP Home
Midwest Prototyping Acquires Tenere, Expands to Colorado
German Research Project for Aircraft Industry
Canadian AM Satellite Launches with SpaceX
You Ought to Know
Study Emphasizes Importance of Hybrid Manufacturing
A new study looks at the utilization of hybrid manufacturing in the United States, as well as the locations of AM hubs and potential places for hubs to complement traditional machine shops. Read more.

Video: Expert Overview of Trends and Processes

During last week's 3D Metal Printing Experience and Tech Tour in Pittsburgh, PA, Cullen Hilkene, CEO of 3Diligent, provided a high-level overview of the most common metal-printing processes. Check it out.

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  • Last Call! August 16—Webinar, Identifying Parts for Additive Manufacturing. Speaker: Kyle Adams, application specialist, SLM Solutions NA. Attendees will gain an overview of how to assess their components in taking the first steps toward implementing a metal-AM strategy. Register.
  • August 23—Webinar, How Metal Additive Manufacturing Delivers New Efficiencies in Lightweight Parts. Speaker: Bryan Newbrite, advanced aerospace applications leader, 3D Systems Corp. Learn to increase part functionality while reducing part weight and optimizing material usage. Register.
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Successful Missile-Part Simulation—This project proved out simulation in supplying a cost-effective AM part for the U.S. Missile Defense Agency.
2018 AMUG and Rapid + TCT Offered Plenty—New printer technology, quality-control systems and software, and a whole lot more.
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See also: 3D Systems, Alpha Star Corporation