The first commercial applications in the automotive industry of Engel’s organomelt process for processing and functionalization of continuous-fiber-reinforced semi-finished thermoplastic fabric will be launched shortly.
A European Union-funded project plans to develop a worm-like robotic borer that will self-line the tunnels it excavates with an in-built 3D printer. BADGER aims to have a follower robot equipped with a printer head and a cylindrical manipulator, tasked to 3D print the walls of the bore with...
The National University of Singapore Centre for Additive Manufacturing has signed a number of MoUs with private sector companies to further development and commercial deployment of 3D printing technology in bioscaffolds, medical training, educational simulation and other areas.
The Composite Lab in Japan will allow automotive customers from across Asia to team up with Henkel experts to develop and test composite parts, and to establish the best process conditions to make their ideas ready for market.