AMUG Awards Two Scholarships

John Sorvillo and Sean Dobson to be Recognized at 2021 AMUG Conference MILWAUKEE, WIS., March 31, 2021 – The Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) today announced the recipients of its scholarships. John Sorvillo, director for Westwood Prep Academy at New Beginnings (Youngstown, Ohio), has been Read More »

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Wi3DP Next Gen Launches ‘Meet the Stars of 3D Printing: Aerospace Edition’ Virtual Event

To Empower Students with 3D Printing Knowledge from Young Professionals with an All-Female Agenda of Speakers from Airbus, NASA, Raytheon and Northrop Grumman March 16, 2021 — Women in 3D Printing Next Gen is excited to announce its second ‘Meet the Stars of 3D Printing: Read More »

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America Makes and the Girl Scouts of North East Ohio Partner to Promote STEM Education through Additive

Collaboration Creating AM Playbook and Patch to Help Bridge STEM Gender Gap; Effort Made Possible with Funding from the State of Ohio YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO, March 12, 2021 – Today, on the 109th birthday of the Girl Scouts of America (GSUSA) organization, America Makes and the Read More »

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UMaine Awarded $2.8 Million to Accelerate Wind Blade Development Through Additive Manufacturing

By Meghan Collins | The University of Maine | Communications & Information Technology Orono, Maine — The University of Maine Advanced Structures and Composites Center has been awarded $2.8 million from the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy to develop a rapid, Read More »

Engineering Students at Glasgow School of Art use HP 3D Technology for Final-Year Projects

Glasgow, Scotland, 15 December, 2020 – HP has announced an initiative to assist the development of Additive Manufacturing skills for Product Design Engineering students at the Glasgow School of Art and the University of Glasgow. Collaborating with Autodesk and channel partner Matsuura, the programme was Read More »

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Pitt Joins Southwestern PA Defense Manufacturing Community Consortium

By Maggie Pavlick | Senior Communications Writer | University of Pittsburgh | Swanson School of Engineering PITTSBURGH (Oct. 13, 2020) — The U.S. Department of Defense recently designated a consortium of southwestern Pennsylvanian defense industry organizations as a Defense Manufacturing Community, awarding the group $5 million Read More »

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UTEP Top Research Centers Announce Plans for Youngstown Expansion

By UC Staff EL PASO, Texas – Two renowned research centers at the The University of Texas at El Paso have announced plans to open a unit in Youngstown, Ohio, to create a joint presence for collaborative opportunities with Youngstown State University (YSU) and the Read More »

purmundus challenge Looks at Harmony Between Geometry and Materials

This year’s finalists show the enormous potential of additive manufacturing. 3D and 4D printing are more than ever and increasingly around the world a core manufacturing process paving the way for smart innovations in various different markets. The 2020 purmundus challenge, which is being held Read More »

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3DEO – The Economics of Metal Injection Molding versus Metal 3D Printing

Presented by 3DEO Inc. Metal 3D printing is becoming a great complement to Metal Injection Molding (MIM) and the decision to use one or the other largely comes down to the volumes required. The added bonus with metal 3D printing is that you can update Read More »

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Penn State – Engineering Researchers Strive to Optimize Metal Additive Manufacturing

$546,806 grant from the National Science Foundation could enhance the models used for the technology, allowing the resulting components to be created with less defects By Erin Cassidy Hendrick | Penn State News UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — In pursuit of an improved, less expensive way Read More »

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