Concurrent Technologies Corporation Awarded $1 Million Contract to Advance Technologies for U.S. Army Structures

CTC to Research and Develop Technologies for the Next Generation Tactical Shelter Systems and Air Assets Johnstown, PA, June 06, 2018 – Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC) was granted two subaward contracts worth a total of $1 million from Northeastern University, supporting the Army Research Laboratory. Read More »

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Co-Founder of High-Tech Manufacturing Start-Up Named Entrepreneur of the Year

By Charles Michael Ray | South Dakota School of Mines & Technology RAPID CITY, SD (April 23, 2018) – South Dakota School of Mines & Technology associate professor Christian Widener, Ph.D., was awarded Entrepreneur of Year at the 2018 South Dakota Governor’s Office of Economic Read More »

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Concurrent Technologies Corporation Adds $1.2 Million in Metal Additive Manufacturing Equipment

CTC’s Total Metal Additive Manufacturing Equipment Investment Tops $2.0 Million Johnstown, PA, June 1, 2017– Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC) has invested an additional $1.2 million in new additive manufacturing equipment at its Johnstown, Pennsylvania, facility. The new equipment includes a VRC Metal Systems Gen III Read More »

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GE-Atomic Bonding from a Bottle? These Scientists Use Supersonic Spray to Repair Turbines

By Tomas Kellner, GE Reports   Two years ago, scientists at the GE Global Research labs (GRC) in upstate New York found a futuristic way to fix things: blowing metal powder, at four times the speed of sound, onto parts in need of service. “The Read More »

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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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GE-”Cold spray” Techniques Additively Build Large-Scale Parts, Repair Components Close to Original State

by GE NISKAYUNA, N.Y.– November 07, 2013–A potential “fountain of youth” for metal, GE (NYSE:GE) researchers 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 Read More »

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