Optomec and Acme Manufacturing Show Automated Workcell for Adaptive Turbine Part Repair at Formnext
November 11, 2022
Optomec, an additive manufacturing firm, and Acme, a robotic material removal expert, have built a unified workcell for aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul.
ARM Institute Calls for Projects to Advance AI, Robotics in Manufacturing
July 15, 2022
The ARM Institute has issued its final 22-01 Technology Project Call, seeking proposals for ways to make robots work better with humans, learn faster, and reduce waste in manufacturing.
Essentium to Enter SPAC Merger, Go Public as It Advances Sustainable Additive Manufacturing
December 2, 2021
Essentium, which claims that its on-site additive manufacturing systems can reduce waste by 70% and the carbon footprint, said its total addressable market is $209 billion.
Machina Labs Exits Stealth With Series A Funding for Software-Defined Manufacturing
November 19, 2021
Machina Labs says its robotic and AI metalworking capabilities go beyond current methods of shaping and finishing, so more complex parts can be made efficiently and cost-effectively.
RE2 Robotics Receives U.S. Navy Funding for CLAMS System to Improve ROV Manipulation
November 16, 2021
RE2 Robotics has received SBIR funding to improve and unify control of the RE2 Sapien Sea Class robot arms on the VideoRay Defender remotely operated vehicles for topside operators.
Sea Machines Signs $3M Contract with Defense Department for Autonomous Supply Stations
August 5, 2021
Sea Machines is working to deploy autonomous replenishment stations that would deploy self-propelled, ocean-going barges to resupply military aircraft.
MxD Awarded $15 Million to Boost U.S. Manufacturing’s COVID Response
October 22, 2020
CARES Act Funding will support supply chain resiliency, medical device deployment and pharmaceutical industry production.
Department of Defense Bestows Multi-Million Dollar Award on Desktop Metal
October 20, 2020
The award will fund the development of a cost-effective additive manufacturing process to manufacture Cobalt-free hardmetals into complex, net or near-net shaped parts without the use of any tooling.
Nano Dimension Boosts Position in Defense Sector
October 8, 2018
Nano Dimension sells two additional additive manufacturing systems to U.S. Armed Forces.
Defense Bill Includes Additive Manufacturing
August 18, 2017
The upcoming U.S. Department of Defense Authorization Bill includes requirements for the Secretary of Defense to brief the House Committee on Armed Services on its plans for additive manufacturing.