Monthly Archives: November 2023

CORE Offers to Buy 3D Printing Service Fathom Amid Economic Downturn

Fathom Digital Manufacturing Corp. (NYSE: FATH), a player in the on-demand digital manufacturing sector, received a non-binding acquisition proposal from CORE Industrial Partners, a Chicago-based private equity firm that played a role in the company’s consolidation and public listing efforts. This offer, valuing Fathom’s shares at $4.50 each, signifies a potential shift in the company’s […]

Polyfos joins October 7th Startups project in memory of Adi Vital-Kaploun

The founders of Polyfos, an Israeli startup working on multi-material digital light processing (DLP) additive manufacturing solutions, have dedicated their startup to the memory of Adi Vital-Kaploun, one of the … The post Polyfos joins October 7th Startups project in memory of Adi Vital-Kaploun appeared first on VoxelMatters – The heart of additive manufacturing.

€2M Drives 3D Printing Analysis Software from European Startup

Trailblazing French software company Cognitive Design Systems (CDS) has successfully secured €2 million ($2.2 million) in its first seed funding round, marking a pivotal moment in its mission to revolutionize the manufacturing design process. At the forefront of generative design and 3D printing, CDS was founded in 2021 and is rapidly making its mark in […]

Ursa Major raises $138 million for Lynx Solid Rocket Motor line

Last week’s launch of the new Lynx solution appears to have been pretty successful as Ursa Major, America’s leading privately funded company focused solely on rocket propulsion, closed $138 million … The post Ursa Major raises $138 million for Lynx Solid Rocket Motor line appeared first on VoxelMatters – The heart of additive manufacturing.

$1M to Drive Metal 3D Printing Adoption in ASTRO America Project with GE, Pratt & Whitney, and Honeywell

The Applied Science & Technology Research Organization of America (ASTRO America) has partnered with Pratt & Whitney, Honeywell, and GE on a project intended to ease adoption of metal additive manufacturing (AM) in the US aerospace supply chain. The Office of the Under Secretary of Defense, Research & Engineering awarded ASTRO America $1,000,000 via America […]

DR3AM (BPSU, Bataan) signs MoU with GCAMS

The Design, Research, Extension in Additive Manufacturing, Advanced Materials and Advanced Manufacturing (DR3AM) Center (BPSU, Bataan) signed an MoU with GCAMS (GOCERAM Advanced Material Solutions) to explore MEX-based 3D printing … The post DR3AM (BPSU, Bataan) signs MoU with GCAMS appeared first on VoxelMatters – The heart of additive manufacturing.

3D Printing News Briefs, November 30, 2023: Material Database, Bone Scaffolds, & More

We’re starting off with lots of materials news in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, from Replique, Asahi Kasei, and Arkema; plus, a team of researchers are 3D printing metals with contrasting properties. Speaking of research, Georgia Tech researchers are using UV light, instead of high temperatures, to 3D print glass microstructures, while researchers from the […]

Babcock demonstrates the value of AM in defense applications

Babcock’s Material Availability Services (MAS) team recently led the way in demonstrating the value of additive manufacturing to a pan-defense cohort, displaying a wide range of 3D printed parts produced … The post Babcock demonstrates the value of AM in defense applications appeared first on VoxelMatters – The heart of additive manufacturing.

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