The NextManufacturing Center at Carnegie Mellon University

  The NextManufacturing Center is one of the world’s leading research centers for additive manufacturing. With more than 20 researchers from across disciplines, the center remains at the forefront of this field by researching the interrelated processing, materials, cost, and design challenges of additive manufacturing. Read More »

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UC San Diego – How 3D Printing Could One Day Save Lives

  By Liezel Labios | UC San Diego News Center In the past decade, UC San Diego engineers have 3D printed a variety of devices ranging from rocket engines, to robots, to structures inspired by the seahorse’s tail. Now, nanoengineers have added a new item Read More »

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ASU Partners with Industry for Manufacturing Research Innovation

By Monique Clement | ASU News | Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering New hub’s $2 million in cutting-edge 3-D printing equipment will allow students to stay on forefront of rapidly growing sector January 18, 2017 — As 3-D printing evolves, the field of manufacturing Read More »

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Purdue-Affiliated Startup Plans to Use 3-D Printers to Create Tomorrow’s Rocket Engines

By Curt Slyder | Purdue University Research Foundation News January 18, 2017 – WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind.  – A startup with Purdue ties plans to use 3-D printers as well as other additive manufacturing processes to make future rocket engines that show promise in being faster Read More »

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Concept Laser, Honeywell Aerospace, and PADT Build Largest Academic Additive Manufacturing Center in Southwest at Arizona State University

  GRAPEVINE, Texas — January 11, 2017 —The Polytechnic School at Arizona State University (ASU) offers the only manufacturing engineering undergraduate degree in Arizona; it is also one of only 22 ABET accredited manufacturing engineering programs in the United States. By forming a partnership with Read More »

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MIT – Researchers Design One of the Strongest, Lightest Materials Known

By David L. Chandler | MIT News Porous, 3-D forms of graphene developed at MIT can be 10 times as strong as steel but much lighter January 6, 2017 — A team of researchers at MIT has designed one of the strongest lightweight materials known, Read More »

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GE Additive Education Program Accepting Applications from Schools for 3D Printers

  CINCINNATI — January 06, 2017– (BUSINESS WIRE) — GE is now accepting applications from schools for the GE Additive Education Program (AEP). GE will invest $10 million over the next five years in two educational programs, to develop pipelines of future talent in additive Read More »

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Additive Manufacturing: A New Twist for Stretchable Electronics?

January 3, 2017 by Missouri S&T Electronic components that can be elongated or twisted – known as “stretchable” electronics – could soon be used to power electronic gadgets, the onboard systems of vehicles, medical devices and other products. And a 3-D printing-like approach to manufacturing Read More »

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Renishaw Engineers Share Expertise to Increase Pupils’ STEM Skills

  Global engineering technologies company Renishaw is participating in the 2017 FameLab Academy to improve the science communication skills of Gloucestershire school pupils. Engineers Emma Robertson and Kirsty Wynne will take part in the initiative as science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) mentors to offer Read More »

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Pitt Engineers Receive $500,000 Award From NASA to Develop Materials Model for Simulating Microstructure Evolution During Additive Manufacturing

Paul Kovach | Director of Marketing and Communications | Swanson School of Engineering, University of Pittsburgh PITTSBURGH (December 12, 2016) … Additive manufacturing (AM) researchers at the University of Pittsburgh’s Swanson School of Engineering and simulation software company ANSYS, Inc. are among 13 university-led proposals Read More »

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