Donates $100,000 (US) to Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) through the HP Foundation to research possible treatments for the virus

Deploys BioPrinters to four major research facilities:

Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), the largest and leading public research institution in Spain.
Monoclonal Antibody Discovery Laboratory at Fondazione Toscana Life Sciences (Italy), which focuses on monoclonal antibody (mAb) discovery against infectious diseases.
Center for Nuclear Receptors and Cell Signaling (CNRCS) at University of Houston (USA), which conducts a wide range of cutting-edge research to develop therapeutics for various diseases including viral diseases, cancer, neurodegenrative diseases and metabolic diseases.
Grenoble Alpes University Hospital (CHUGA) (France), one of the largest research and teaching hospitals in France, which focuses on diagnosis and follow-up of acute or chronic human viral infections.

Formlabs has fielded hundreds of requests, evaluated dozens of potential applications for 3D printed products, and is now supporting a handful of projects with high-impact potential. The current priority areas were selected based on clinical demand, technical feasibility, and regulatory implications. Priority areas for focus include test kit swabs, ventilator splitters, and face shields. Once designs have been tested and validated by the medical community, Formlabs has the resources available to scale production to tens of thousands of parts per week. We are ready to engage our internal resources and community of skilled volunteers to produce parts for healthcare providers all over the world.

6K, the world’s leading developer of microwave plasma technology for the production of advanced materials used in additive manufacturing, lithium ion batteries and other industrial markets, today announced it can successfully design and produce High Entropy Alloy (HEA) spherical powders. By partnering with Castheon, a leading US-based additive manufacturing research and comprehensive advanced manufacturing solution provider, the two companies have 3D printed the world’s first metal alloy HEA part on a laser powder bed fusion printer. Onyx HEA1000 and over fifteen other metal alloys, ceramic powders and parts are premiering at Formnext in Frankfurt, November 19-22, 2019, Stand E22 in Hall 12.

When it comes to explaining technically highly complex relationships, simple examples often help to illustrate them. The VMR service provider from Mönchweiler near Villingen-Schwenningen in Baden, Germany, also did the same. In order to demonstrate the advantages of 3D printing and its specially required design method, a 3D-printed bicycle frame made of aluminium was produced for a trade fair participation. The probably first printed bicycle frame made of light metal, which was designed and printed in Baden-Württemberg, was to serve as an eye-catcher for VMR's appearance at Europe's largest 3D printing fair, FormNext (19.-22.11.2019) in Frankfurt.

AddUp launches “AddUp Adventure”, the first serious video game dedicated to the discovery of metal additive manufacturing. The result of two years of development, “AddUp Adventure” is a high-end serious game, with graphics quality worthy of today's best video games.

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