Carnegie Mellon University: 3-DIY – Printing Your Own Bioprinter

By E. Forney and Emily Durham | College of Engineering Carnegie Mellon University Researchers in Adam Feinberg’s lab have developed a low-cost 3-D bioprinter by modifying a standard desktop 3-D printer, and they have released the breakthrough designs as open source so that anyone can Read More »

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GE Well Positioned to Accelerate the Additive Revolution

Advancing additive as both an equipment provider and end user Building a competitive position in a fast-growing industry Developing a global network of additive capability Leveraging core strength in materials, software and product design Designing and manufacturing high-valued parts BOSTON, MA (USA) – November 15, Read More »

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Consortium Aims to Unlock 3D Printing Potential

By Hannah Diorio-Toth | CMU News Thursday, July 28, 2016 – From airplane parts to custom hip replacements, 3-D printing — also known as additive manufacturing — is changing how everything can be constructed. Carnegie Mellon University’s NextManufacturing Center has created a consortium to bring Read More »

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All The 3D Print That’s Fit to Pitt: New Additive Technology Center Opens Near Steel Town

Apr 29, 2016 by Tomas Kellner | GE Reports GE’s new Center for Additive Technology Advancement (CATA) looks like a futuristic set for a Stanley Kubrick movie. Everything seems to be white: the walls, the gleaming floors, even the noise from rows of laser-powered 3D Read More »

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Land Of Silk And Lasers: Bespoke 3D Printing Factory Thrives in Italy’s Fashion Heartland

May 31, 2016 by Tomas Kellner | GE Reports For decades, fabric factories on the shores of Italy’s Lake Como kept the fashion houses of Milan resplendent in silk. Today, a new kind of manufacturing in the fashion heartland is spinning up parts for gas Read More »

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GE Celebrates Grand Opening of First Additive Manufacturing Center in Pittsburgh

Facility represents $39M commitment to Pennsylvania and creates 50 jobs Advanced manufacturing’s impact on the economy is $3.1T or 19% of US GDP GE is ushering in a new era in manufacturing by merging hardware and software and reimagining how products are designed, made and Read More »

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