3D Printing News Unpeeled: Riven, AddUp and a New 3D Printing Technology for Metals

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  • 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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