A Structured Solution: Pitt-led engineering team receives $1 million DOE award to improve 3D printing technology for nuclear industry

By Paul Kovach | Marketing and Communications | Swanson School of Engineering | University of Pittsburgh   PITTSBURGH (July 6, 2018) … Additive manufacturing (AM), or 3D printing, is an advanced manufacturing process capable of fabricating complex components by sintering layers of powders together.This process requires Read More »

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Roush Invests in New Additive Manufacturing Equipment

Product development supplier buys world’s largest powderbed additive system to expand reach in multiple industries LIVONIA, MICH. (January 18, 2017) — Today Roush is the first service supplier in North America with the largest metal additive manufacturing system of its kind. Additive manufacturing is a Read More »

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EXCLUSIVE with nTopology, Inc. — Making Lattice Design an Integrated and Seamless Part of the Design Process

  nTopology, Inc., based in New York, New York, USA, recently released a topology optimization software program called Element Free that provides engineers and designers with the ability to create complex structures using lattice design tools. Currently, Element Free is a free, Windows download application. Read More »

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