3D Printing Unpeeled: Orbex Investment, IndoMIM and HP, Ultrasonic Waves


Share this Article

INDO-MIM has bought three HP Metal Jet S100 printers, operating two in India and one in Texas. This is a win for HP because the company has deep experience in MIM and has a lot of involvement in binder jetting from partnerships with Desktop Metal and buying a bound filament company previously. The pair will work on M2 tool steel and industrialization.

Professor Anthony Mulholland of the University of Bristol has written a paper in Waves in Random and Complex Media, where laser-based ultrasonic array coupled with a mathematical model could be used to scan parts for 3D printing to improve QA. The paper is, “A probabilistic approach to modelling ultrasonic shear wave propagation in locally anisotropic heterogeneous media.”

UK-based space form Orbex Space has secured $16.7 million in funding for its LEO launch company. The firm uses EOS AMCM and SLM 3D printers and seems like a leading force in launching on the European continent. But, will European Union countries find an alternative or will everything be pushed aside by the Chinese and Americans?

Share this Article

Recent News

3D Printing Financials: Velo3D Sees Better Q1 2024 After Difficult Last Quarter

Aerospace OEM Invests $9.1M in Michigan for Metal 3D Printing and More


3D Design

3D Printed Art

3D Printed Food

3D Printed Guns

You May Also Like

Wisconsin’s Evology Adds Digital Sheet Forming to Service Roster

Evology, a service bureau based in Wisconsin and specializing in serving strategic sectors like aerospace and defense, has added digital sheet forming (DSF) to its repertoire of manufacturing capabilities. Evology...

Boring Company Alum Score $9M for Advanced Composites Manufacturing

Layup Parts, a Huntington Beach, CA-based startup specializing in on-demand manufacturing of parts made from composites, has received $9 million in its latest financing round. Founders Fund, the VC firm...


Industrial Giant Ingersoll Rand Leads $19M Round Backing Inkbit’s AI-Driven 3D Printing

Inkbit, the Massachusetts-based original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of multi-material, AI-integrated 3D printers, has closed a $19 million financing round. Ingersoll Rand, a US giant in the industrial equipment sector, led...

3YOURMIND & Nigerian Oilfield Services Firm RusselSmith Team Up on 3D Printed Part Inventory

3YOURMIND, the German and U.S. software services provider specializing in digital inventory platforms for additive manufacturing (AM), has partnered with Nigerian oilfield services firm RusselSmith to digitize spare part files...