Two students at CalTech have developed a technique to print metal parts using vat polymerization that may be better than Slurry SLA. Max A. Saccone and Rebecca A. Gallivan have developed a hydrogel calcination method that follows on from earlier work by CalTech´s Greer Group, of Professor Julia Greer. This could perhaps be a new way to make metal parts at scale.
AddUp and the WBA Tooling Academy based in Aachen have launched their program to educate tooling professionals on 3D printing.
Stratasys has bought QA, inspection and part analysis software firm Riven.
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