We’re going to take care of business first in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, and then move on to some research and education. Intech Additive Solutions is reporting multiple orders for its metal 3D printers, and 3DPrinterOS and Octoprint have announced a partnership. BEAMIT received an elite Nadcap Welding and AM accreditation, and a team of researchers are using sweet potatoes as fillers for some very specific 3D printed scaffolds. Finally, Makerbot has released the third edition of its Educators Guidebook, and Satori is hosting a 3D design competition with Oxford University’s Robotics and Additive Manufacturing Society.
Intech Additive Solutions Announce Multiple Sales
Bengaluru-based OEM Intech Additive Solutions Pvt Ltd. (Intech) is one of the first metal 3D printing service providers in India, and develops and manufactures laser powder bed fusion (LPBF) metal 3D printers. The company has announced that in the final quarter of 2020 fiscal year, it racked up multiple orders for its ‘Made in India’ iFusion metal 3D printers, which are integrated with its Build Processing software AMBuilder and parameter optimization software AMOptoMet, also developed in-house, to make an end-to-end metal AM solution. Intech sold a total of six metal 3D printers—its iFusion SF1 and iFusion