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Solvay & 9T Labs Bring Additive Manufacturing of Carbon Composite Parts to Mass Production

High-performance composite materials plus the hybrid additive fusion solution process lower production costs for advanced composite parts

Solvay is working with advanced manufacturing solution OEM 9T Labs AG (Zürich, Switzerland) to help bring additively manufactured carbon fiber-reinforced plastic (CFRP) parts to mass production.

UPM Biomedicals and Cellbox in collaboration to provide a live cell shipment solution

UPM Biomedicals and Cellbox have signed an agreement for providing a unique live cell shipment solution. The plant derived and animal-free transport technology for living cell and tissue cultures allows shipping of live 3D cell assays between researchers and pharmaceutical companies.

AlfaMerit: Open for new things

Hüfingen is a small town on the south-western edge of Germany in the Black Forest. Where others go on holiday, AlfaMerit tinkers with measurement systems, apheresis machines and devices for geotagging that are sold on the international market. Daniel Grüter is the technical director here and in spring 2020 received a request from the neighbouring Furtwangen University of Applied Sciences to develop a hyperthermia device.

Arburg at formnext 2021: a medical original PEEK and innovative applications

• Premiere: the Freeformer converts medically approved Evonik PEEK originals into implants

• Added value: customised Wilson baseball bats, fast time-to-market, post-processing
• Sister company InnovatiQ: LAM process for additive LSR components also on show at the Arburg stand

Addion GmbH Leverages Stratasys Digital Anatomy 3D Printer to Create Eye Models for Ophthalmology with Unprecedented Realism

“The skin layer on the model is a tenth of a millimeter and is detached with very small fine instruments, implanted, and then reattached. This level of detail was previously unimaginable.” Alexander Hechenberger, Addion GmbH CEO

3D Printing of Industrial, Pharmaceutical and Other Materials Using Granulate Printing (GP) Process

Brinter has been developing the granulate-based multi-material 3D printing process as part of the EU Horizon2020 project Novum. The increased concern of environmental issues and technology development has led to growing interest in developing novel, sustainable, yet high-performance materials for industrial additive manufacturing (AM) and for a wide variety of applications such as electrical insulation components and parts for the automotive, marine and medical industry. AM enables rapid and cost-effective manufacturing of complex and lightweight parts without any expensive tools such as moulds.


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