3D Printing Industry News Sliced: Siemens Desktop Metal ExOne Nano Dimension
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In this edition of Sliced the 3D Printing Industry news digest we cover the latest business developments partnerships and acquisitions in the additive manufacturing sector. Today’s edition features new 3D printing acquisitions business updates distribution partnerships and the world’s first 3D printed salmon tasting. All 3D printing activities will be incorporated into the ECKHART TLS division including the development of the patented alloy A20X for Aluminum Materials Technologies (AMT) which ALTANA acquired last year to transform the Bitterfeld site into a center of excellence for metal-based 3D printing.
“TLS’ expertise in the manufacture of metal powders and alloys for metallic 3D printing supplements the strengths of ECKHART as an experienced specialist in the atomization of metals ” said Dr. Wolfgang Schütt President of ALTANA’s ECKHART division. New 3D printing partnerships from ExOne INTAMSYS Siemens and more Binder jet 3D printer OEM ExOne has named ABC Corporation as an authorized channel partner to sell its industrial binder jet 3D printing technology throughout South Korea. In the second of this week’s printing partnerships FFF 3D printing manufacturer INTAMSYS has signed a distribution agreement with Barcelona-based 3D printing service provider Excelencia-Tech. Meanwhile industrial manufacturing firm Siemens has expanded its partnership with EOS North America in a bid to increase the adoption of industrialized 3D printing. EOS will now be able to resell Siemens’ 3D printing software with its machines to provide its customers with build preparation and optimization in addition to greater connectivity between their design and production processes. We look forward to working closely with omni3d.com/en/">Omni3D and delivering a superior 3D printer to the North American additive manufacturing industry.” Rounding off this week’s new printing partnerships is aluminum alloy manufacturer NanoAL which has signed a long-term commercial license agreement with Mitsubishi
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