An AMazing® Exclusive Q&A Interview with Anteneh Kebbede, GE Research Center

GE (NYSE:GE) researchers recently announced the use of a process called “cold spray,” in which metal powders are sprayed at high velocities to build a part or add material to repair an existing part. Cold spray is part of GE’s expanded additive manufacturing toolkit. GE Read More »

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AST2 Introduces INVENT3D Printer

by AST2 March 24, 2014: Applied Systems & Technology Transfer, LLC (AST2) introduced its INVENT3D Printer at America Makes’ Project Management Review Meeting in Youngstown, OH, March 18th-20th. INVENT3D is specifically designed to integrate with AST2’s INVENTORcloud Program, a STEM education program for students K-12 Read More »

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America Makes and MakerBot Team with the NBA’s Golden State Warriors to Bring 3D Printing Technology to Students

by America Makes Warriors’ player Harrison Barnes shows up as a hero to empower children in the Next Industrial Revolution. Youngstown, Ohio – March 11, 2014. America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute, and MakerBot, the global leader in the desktop 3D printing industry, are Read More »

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SME Contributes Workforce and Education Expertise

by SME U.S. Department of Defense awards $70 million grant to UI Labs; funding will drive economic growth and technology in American manufacturing SME to support new institute with education, training and workforce development programs SME Vice President Dean L. Bartles, PhD, FSME, was named executive director of Read More »

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Pitt Researchers Receive America Makes Grant to Develop Computational “Latticework” for Additive Manufacturing

by Swanson School of Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, USA Integrating cellular structures would allow for lighter and lower cost 3D-printed products – total matched funding is $964,000 PITTSBURGH (February 11, 2014) … Additive manufacturing (AM) or 3D printing represents a transformative method for time-sensitive, Read More »

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University of Warwick Helps Students with Disabilities 3D-Print Objects to Ease Their Everyday Lives

by Anna Blackaby The University of Warwick is helping students with physical disabilities from a local college become their own product designers so they can 3D-print personalised objects that help them in their everyday lives. Students at Hereward College in Coventry, located close to the Read More »

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NSF-The Engineering Behind Additive Manufacturing and the 3-D Printing Revolution

By National Science Foundation (NSF) While 3-D pens and printers are enjoyed by students, artists and makers, innovative American companies are using similar equipment to manufacture aerospace, automotive and medical technologies. The number of technologies customized and created using additive manufacturing processes is growing each Read More »

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University of Colorado Boulder-Researchers Develop 4D Printing Technology for Composite Materials

By University of Colorado Boulder Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder (CU-Boulder) have successfully added a fourth dimension to their printing technology, opening up exciting possibilities for the creation and use of adaptive, composite materials in manufacturing, packaging and biomedical applications. A team led Read More »

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DSM Congratulates Nuon Solar Team

by DSM The Nuon Solar Team has won the 2013 World Solar Challenge! Powered entirely by the sun, the Nuna7 vehicle made the 3,000-kilometre trip through Australia from Darwin to Adelaide in less than five days. DSM provided the resins and application technology used to Read More »

Nuna7 Solar Vehicle, Photo Courtesy of Hans-Peter van Velthoven

Missouri S&T-Researchers Study Ways to Make Stronger Materials in 3-D

by Andrew Careaga Aided by funding from NASA and using methods similar to 3-D printing, researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology (Missouri S&T) are running computer simulations of processes that could lead to stronger, more durable materials for the space agency. The Missouri Read More »

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