AM Research

  • GE Research high-temperature heat exchanger

    GE Research is developing a high temperature, high pressure and super-compact heat exchanger with the help of 3D printing technologies. The project, which is supported by $2.5 million and will go one for 2.5 years, is part of the the Advanced Research Projects Agency’s (ARPA-E) High Intensity Thermal Exchange through…

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  • Aguahoja MIT Mediated Matter

    One of the primary ecological concerns of our time is plastic consumption and waste. Of the plastic we use on a day-to-day basis, less than 10% is recycled, with the rest going into landfills and, as it becoming increasingly clear, the ocean. In addition to curbing plastic consumption and reducing…

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  • Rutgers 4D Printed Metamaterials

    A team of engineers from Rutgers University-New Brunswick have developed 4D printable smart materials capable of changing their properties—morphing between being stiff as wood and as soft as a sponge. The innovative materials could have applications in airplane or drone wings, soft robotics, implantable biomedical devices and more. The world…

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  • Wohlers Associates just released the Wohlers Report 2019, the 24th annual installment of its industry-leading report on additive manufacturing (AM) and 3D printing. The worldwide study provides the “pulse” of the industry by reporting on growth, development, and the future of AM materials, applications, systems, services, design, software, patents, startups,…

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  • America Makes Satellite Center Texas A&M

    America Makes, the United States’ National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute, has announced a second Satellite Center, which will be based at the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES)—already an America Makes platinum-level member. Plans for the new center were made official at an MOU signing event between America Makes and…

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  • LLNL multi-beam 3D printing

    Behind the doors of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), there is always something innovative going on. From the development of a new volumetric 3D printing process to the creation of new metamaterials. Recently, a team from the lab revealed it had achieved a breakthrough in the development of the…

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  • Huddersfield EBAM research

    Innovate UK is helping to fuel innovation in Britain’s additive manufacturing sector, from automated AM software to industrial 3D printing standards. Recently, we heard about a particularly exciting project that has received £2.25 million in backing from the government agency. The project in question, The joint project seeks to use particle…

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  • Repairbot Swinburne

    A team from the Swinburne University of Technology in Australia has successfully demonstrated the ability to 3D print a replacement lug directly on an automotive headlight assembly. The achievement was carried out through the university’s Repairbot project. Swinburne’s Repairbot project is being developed in collaboration with robotics company Tradiebot and…

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  • Lithoz ADAPT

    The Alliance for the Development of Additive Processing Technologies (ADAPT), an industry-academia consortium that advances data informatics and advanced characterization technologies to Optimize for Additive, welcomes new member Lithoz, the world leader in development and production of ceramic materials and additive manufacturing systems. Lithoz connected with ADAPT (not to be…

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  • KRAKEN project hybrid manufacturing

    Despite its aquatic name, the KRAKEN project is not out to disrupt maritime journeys, rather, it is aimed at disrupting large-scale manufacturing. The project, backed by the EU’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program, consists of a sophisticated hybrid manufacturing system that is capable of multi-material, large-format production. The project,…

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