2 Jun 2023
Methane Pyrolysis: Unlocking the Potential of Turquoise Hydrogen
In the rapidly evolving landscape of hydrogen, the global push for low-carbon hydrogen production is accelerating the exploration of sustainable, scalable, and economically viable technologies.
1 Jun 2023
Is This A Turning Point For Consolidation In Additive Manufacturing?
In the past decade or so, the additive manufacturing industry has been characterized by an ever-increasing number of hardware players trying to capture their own share of the market. While there were signs of consolidation in the early 2010s, given major moves by industry leaders like Stratasys and 3D Systems, AM has instead seen a consistent stream of newcomers with their own innovative takes on AM, such that IDTechEx now segments their 3D printing hardware forecast by seventeen different categories to account for such diversity.
5 Apr 2023
Kuraray is a major chemical company. IDTechEx spoke with Dr Forrest Sloan (Manager, International Marketing) about Vectran, Kuraray's high-performance yarn spun from liquid crystal polymer.
19 Dec 2022
Transform Materials is a methane pyrolysis process developer that uses a microwave-generated plasma technology to produce hydrogen and acetylene.
21 Nov 2022
Meatable is a Dutch company developing technology for producing cultured meat.
14 Oct 2022
Industry's Most Lightweight and Decomplexed Plug-in-Hybrid Fuel Tank
DSM Engineering Materials announces its successful partnership with Renault to create an industry-first lightweight solution for hybrid vehicle fuel tanks. By using Akulon Fuel Lock, DSM's high-performance low-carbon-footprint PA6 material, the fuel tanks can be produced with a blow molding monolayer construction that significantly reduces weight and cost without compromising safety or risking additional emissions.
6 Oct 2022
In August 2022, Stratasys announced its acquisition of Covestro's Additive Manufacturing materials business, which also included DSM's former AM business unit.
1 Jul 2022
Covestro Additive Manufacturing
Covestro Additive Manufacturing is the 3D printing business unit of Covestro AG, a German materials company. It has acquired DSM Additive Manufacturing and incorporated its products into its portfolio. IDTechEx spoke with Hugo da Silva, Head of Covestro Additive Manufacturing.