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2022 Momentum Newsletter

June 2022

New fatigue report proves A7050-RAM2 outperforms 7050 wrought Elementum 3D’s A7050-RAM2 aluminum alloy, developed specifically for additive manufacturing, recently completed room temperature fatigue testing, and is shown below together with 7050 wrought aluminum alloy...

2022 Momentum Newsletter

May

High-performance metal 3D printing alloys take hold at Rapid+TCT For Elementum 3D, this year’s Rapid+TCT event marked a transition from needing to educate the industry about our patented reactive additive manufacturing (RAM) technology and...

2022 Momentum Newsletter

April

Elementum 3D secures DARPA funding to develop printing process for rhenium metal Elementum 3D has been awarded a Direct to Phase II SBIR contract from DARPA to develop a robust, economical additive manufacturing (AM)...

2022 Momentum Newsletter

March 2022

SAVE THE DATE: 3D Printing + Aluminum Webinar Register Now Elementum 3D invites you to attend its one-hour co-hosted “Bridging the Gap” webinar on Wednesday, April 27, at 11am (EDT). The third installment of...

2022 Momentum Newsletter

February

Elementum 3D materials under the microscope The impact and advantages of Elementum 3D’s investment in a state-of-the-art Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) are already paying dividends to our customers. The Phenom ParticleX SEM optimizes our...

2022 Momentum Newsletter

January 2022

A6061-RAM2 and GRCop-42 processes expanded to new AM systems A6061-RAM2 printing material parameters are being developed for 3D Systems’ DMP Flex 350 platform. Their Application Innovation Group is supporting customers like NASA Goddard Space Flight Center...

2021 Momentum Newsletter

December 2021

Printability of nickel-based Alloy 230 solved Through a Navy Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Phase I project, Elementum 3D with Colorado School of Mines Assistant Professor Dr. Jonah Klemm-Toole and Special Aerospace Services have...

2021 Momentum Newsletter

November

BEAMIT Group develops AM process for Elementum 3D’s nickel-base superalloy René 80-RAM1 powder Elementum 3D’s Additive manufacturing (AM) materials development relationship with BEAMIT is greatly benefitting the Energy and Aerospace industry. By pulling their...

2021 Momentum Newsletter

October

Elementum 3D expands equipment breadth and depth The significant increase in equipment purchases in 2021 correlates with rapid growth in human resources during COVID-19. Both contribute to Elementum 3D’s agility, responsiveness, and dedication to...

2021 Momentum Newsletter

September 2021

Phase III Expansion awarded by NASA Elementum is excited to begin work printing new GRCop-42 propulsion components for NASA MSFC. This work is an expansion of our Phase III SBIR contract with NASA and will utilize...

2021 Momentum Newsletter

August

Materials development requests on the rise The ability to 3D print custom and industry standard metals has been at the top of most additive manufacturing (AM) user’s wish list since the first 3D printed...

2021 Momentum Newsletter

July

Elementum 3D adds SPEE3D’s cold spray AM technology On July 27, 2021, Elementum 3D announced the acquisition of a SPEE3D cold spray metal 3D printing technology. With the addition of a WarpSPEE3D metal 3D...

2021 Momentum Newsletter

June 2021

Two SBIR Phase I grants awarded Elementum 3D In May 2021, NASA awarded a SBIR Phase I grant to Elementum 3D. The SBIR is centered around the development of additively manufactured soft magnetic materials...

2021 Momentum Newsletter

March 2021

Elementum 3D and SLM Solutions enables more powder choices for additive manufacturing users SLM Solutions and Elementum 3D are unified in their desire to offer companies looking for more than industry standard powders the...

2020 Momentum Newsletter

December 2020

Innovation and Success Fueled Additive Manufacturing in 2020 Elementum 3D helped early AM adopters overcome materials challenges 2020 was a big year for additive manufacturing (AM), with several key innovations and successes across a...

2020 Momentum Newsletter

September 2020

CLICK FOR DATA SHEETS Two US Air Force events select Elementum 3D as a top innovator The U.S. Air Force has a history of fostering innovative solutions. Their AFWERX “Base of the Future” challenge...

2020 Momentum Newsletter

June 2020

NEW MATERIAL RELEASE IN625-RAM2 superalloy with superior mechanical properties We develop RAM (Reactive Additive Manufacturing) technology for a wide variety of advanced materials. We are excited to introduce IN625-RAM2, our first of many nickel...

2020 Momentum Newsletter

March 2020

Patents granted for Reactive Additive Manufacturing On November 8, 2019, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office granted a patent for Elementum 3D’s core technology – Reactive Additive Manufacturing (RAM).  Patents for this technology have...

2019 Momentum Newsletter

March 2019

Joint Steel MMC STTR grant awarded Elementum (E3D) and the Colorado School of Mines (CSM) have accepted a joint STTR for research into the creation of an easy to use all-purpose reusable iron-based alloy...

2018 Momentum Newsletter

December 2018

Elementum 3D materials picked for moon landing Here comes Aluminum 7050 Aluminum 7050 has been utilized in many industries, especially in the aerospace sector.  Similar to 2xxx and 6xxx series aluminums, 7xxx series aluminums...

2018 Momentum Newsletter

September 2018

Aluminum 6061 gains traction with aerospace applications Ball Aerospace, spacecraft and payload pioneers, offer the world a brief glimpse into the successes they are having with our additive aluminum 6061 material. Photos display Ball part...

2018 Momentum Newsletter

May 2018

Newest Aluminum material features high thermal conductivity Elementum 3D’s pure aluminum product AL1000-AM is an excellent solution for thermal management systems that require high thermal and electrical conductivity while meeting strict weight restrictions. Applications...

2018 Momentum Newsletter

March 2018

Aluminum 6061 is now available! Elementum 3D is pleased to present AL6061-RAM2%, our newest 3D printable material. Elementum 3D’s novel reactive additive manufacturing (RAM) technology has enabled introduction of an aluminum alloy that achieves...

2017 Momentum Newsletter

January 2018

Welcome! 2018 has arrived and we are kicking off the new year with the introduction of Elementum 3D’s “Momentum” eNewsletter. The goal of Momentum, which will be released once every two months, is to...