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Metal 3D Printing NOT Reheating Old Ideas in a Microwave

Posted by BCC Research Editorial on Aug 23, 2017 10:00:00 AM

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I like pretty much every aspect of lasers — insanely fast, can be controlled to ridiculous accuracy and located within a molecule of precision. But laser power typically comes at a high energy cost, and reconfiguring beam control electronics and software is byzantine even by condensed matter physics standards. Although far and above the dominant approach for metal printing, lasers may be more Circean than certain for the future of 3-D metal printing applications.

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Topics: Advanced Materials

Companion Diagnostics: Market Moving Fast!

Posted by BCC Research Editorial on Aug 7, 2017 11:00:00 AM

robert_hunter.jpgCompanion diagnostics (CDx) is a key part of the growing sector of personalized, or “precision,” medicine. The current personalized medicine sector consists of diagnostic and therapeutic segments, and encompasses pharmaceutical, medical device and diagnostic companies, has annual revenue of more than $30 billion and it is expected to grow by at least 10% annually.

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Dell EMC in Las Vegas, bets BIG on NRAM

Posted by BCC Research Editorial on May 22, 2017 11:00:00 AM

NRAM.jpgHold the phone (smartphone, wearable device, virtual reality headset, and so forth) at least for the moment. Dell EMC want to see improved performance in the consumer and server capabilities, and have put their money squarely on NRAM.

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Topics: Semiconductor Manufacturing

3D Metal Printing: Dark Art or Modern Blacksmith?

Posted by BCC Research Editorial on Apr 5, 2017 11:00:00 AM

With new, standardized software from Lawrence Livermore Labs set to spur increased use of powder metals in 3D printing, BCC Research has recently published a FLASH report, 3D Metal Printing: Dark Art or Modern Blacksmith? FLASH reports are shorter, and focused on recent news or industry developments that are currently under the radar.

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Topics: Advanced Materials