Penn State to Lead $1.4M Grant to Probe Flaws in Metal Additive Manufacturing (AM)

By Penn State | News UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – June 14, 2018 - A team led by Penn State‘s Applied Research Laboratory, in collaboration with the Center for Innovative Processing thru Direct Digital Deposition (CIMP-3D), has received a $1.4 million grant by the Air Force Research Read More »

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Game-Changing Finding Pushes 3D-Printing to the Molecular Limit

By Emma Lowry | Faculty of Engineering | University of Nottingham 19 June 2018 – New University of Nottingham research proves that advanced materials containing molecules that switch states in response to environmental stimuli such as light can be fabricated using 3D printing. The study Read More »

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SAE International Issues Four New Aerospace Additive Manufacturing Technical Standards

  WARRENDALE, PA., June 12, 2018 – SAE International announces the release of its first suite of Aerospace Material Specifications (AMS) additive manufacturing materials and process specifications which will support the certification of aircraft and spacecraft critical parts by providing a framework to protect the Read More »

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A New Age of Accessibility: 5 Trends Shaping The Future of Mobility

Why Global Organizations Are Tapping Launch Forth to Revolutionize How Products Are Developed   SAN FRANCISCO (May 22, 2018) – With the concept of mobility constantly evolving as new demands are fueled by disruptive technology, global organizations are tapping co-creation platform Launch Forth to revolutionize Read More »

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Is the Medical Device Regulation a Threat to Additive Manufacturing?

  When the European Union’s (EU’s) new Medical Device Regulation (MDR) was first introduced in 2017, it set in motion a three-year countdown to its full application in 2020. The MDR could drastically impact the way that medical devices are made in the EU, particularly Read More »

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GE and the U.S. Army Conduct T901 Preliminary Design Review for Improved Turbine Engine Program

By Dave Wilson | DavidJon.Wilson@ge.com | GE Aviation   LYNN, Massachusetts – April 25, 2018 – GE Aviation hosted the U.S. Army for the successful Preliminary Design Review (PDR) of the T901-GE-900 engine in early March. The T901 is GE Aviation’s engine for the Improved Read More »

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