AM Research

  • Allison Beese appointed as co-director of Penn State's CIMP-3D. The center is operated in partnership with 3D Systems.

    Allison Beese, associate professor of materials science and engineering, has been appointed as the co-director of the Center for Innovative Materials Processing through Direct Digital Deposition (CIMP-3D). The center is operated by Penn State University – in partnership with 3D Systems. “This is a really exciting time to be working…

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  • Impossible Objects' CBAM-2 3D printer installed at Weber State University - to advance research on composite materials.

    Weber State University is using 3D printing to advance its research on composite materials that support northern Utah’s aerospace and defense ecosystem. The university’s Miller Advanced Research and Solutions Center recently upgraded and installed the Impossible Objects’ Composite-Based Additive Manufacturing system, or CBAM-2. The machine prints composite materials that can…

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  • A new C100 EASY LAB ceramics SLA 3D printer from French company 3DCeram was delivered to Sivas University of Science and Technology. According to 3DCeram, this is the first technical ceramic 3D printing machine in Turkey and the company believes that this initiative marks the first step in a rich…

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  • The Ohio State University's CDME receives COBOD’s BOD2. The research will be conducted in partnership with Pantheon3D.

    Pantheon3D, a Youngstown-based additive manufacturing construction company, has taken delivery of COBOD’s BOD2 3D construction printer at The Ohio State University’s Center for Design and Manufacturing Excellence (CDME). CDME collaborates with Pantheon3D using COBOD technology to improve Ohio’s portfolio of affordable housing. Pantheon3D aims to provide high schools, trade unions,…

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  • Nano Dimension delivers its first Admaflex130 Evolution to the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), in Germany.

    Nano Dimension, a leading supplier of additively manufactured electronics (AME) and multi-dimensional polymer, metal, and ceramic 3D printers, has delivered the company’s Admaflex130 Evolution – the first of its next-generation high-precision ceramics and metal fabrication systems – to the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), in Germany, one of the leading…

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  • Materials in nature are rarely straight. In fact, helical structures are ubiquitous in nature and impart unique mechanical properties and multi-functionality. In our bodies, proteins assemble into helical filaments which allow our muscles to contract. Plants change shape because cellulose fibers are arranged helically within their cell walls. Researchers from…

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  • The 3D printing process is becoming increasingly important for glass and ceramics and now complements conventional, mold-based casting processes or even milling. Since 2021, FGK (Forschungsinstitut für Glas/Keramik) in Hoehr-Grenzhausen has been using an ExAM 255 CEM 3D printing system from extrusion specialist AIM3D for research purposes. The AM process…

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  • UOW researcher uses plastic waste to 3D print furnished homes. The project is titled 'Designing for Circular Economics'.

    According to the United Nations Environment Programme, out of the approximately 400 million tonnes of plastic waste produced every year, only an estimated 9% has been recycled. Dr. Aziz Ahmed, a lecturer in Structural Engineering in the School of Civil, Mining, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering at the University of Wollongong…

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  • DITF enables the printing of fiber composite components. The lightweight, bio-based fiber composites have drawn inspiration from nature.

    The German Institutes of Textile and Fiber Research (DITF), together with Arburg GmbH + Co KG, are developing an energy- and material-efficient 3D printing process for the manufacturing of lightweight bio-based fiber composites. To do this, the two organizations have drawn inspiration from nature – using examples such as wood,…

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  • Virginia Tech receives $800,000 from the US Department of Defense (DoD) for a computerized additive friction stir deposition (AFSD) machine.

    Virginia Tech has received a 2023 Defense University Research Instrumentation Program (DURIP) grant to purchase cutting-edge 3D metal printing technology to boost education and research in advanced manufacturing and new materials development. The US Department of Defense (DoD) award will fund up to $800,000 for the purchase of a computerized additive friction…

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