German RepRap is expanding its materials portfolio, while CERN has chosen to use Simufact Additive for its upcoming additive manufacturing workshop. Wipro 3D, an additive manufacturing leader in India, was just awarded the AS9100:2016/AS9100D Quality Certification by the International Aerospace Quality Group, making it one of the only 3D printing companies in the world, and the first in India, to receive this certification. “We are delighted with this important step in the direction of growing Wipro 3D into a global business. From our 12000 square feet Additive technology and manufacturing center we offer a range of services right from Additive Consulting, Additive Engineering & Reverse Engineering, Series Manufacturing to R&D to our clients with a strong focus on business impact,” said Ajay Parikh, the Vice President and Business Head of Wipro 3D. “Wipro 3D has India’s foremost fully integrated Metal Additive Manufacturing facility with Design, Manufacturing, Post-processing & R&D all under one roof. We also intend to extend this center to provide Additive Engineering and R&D support to our upcoming global operations.” 3D printing leader Stratasys has announced a five-year cooperative agreement with the Aachen Center for Additive Manufacturing, which is part of the RWTH Aachen Campus in Germany. Micro Center isn’t the only one offering Polymaker’s polycarbonate 3D printing material – German RepRap, which develops and produces 3D printers based on RepRap technology, is expanding its materials portfolio with PC-Max thermoplastic material. The powerful Simufact Additive software solution for metal 3D printing users was introduced back in 2016, and allows for ‘first time right’ optimization of laser powder bed fusion processes. From 6 – 9:30 PM on June 6th and 7th, the San Francisco Roadshow will host two events for the city’s product design and manufacturing community, focusing on leveraging 3D printing in mass customization, prototyping, and production.

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