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According to many experts, 3D printing promises to revolutionize the way numerous products are designed and mass-produced.
ROLLA, MO—Researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology are running computer simulations of additive manufacturing processes that could lead to stronger, more durable materials for spacecraft.
WASHINGTON—The National Institute of Standards and Technology has awarded two grants totaling $7.4 million to fund research projects aimed at improving the rapidly developing field of additive manufacturing.
In business since 1969, C&A Tool Engineering Inc. is a contract manufacturer of engineered components. The company makes implants, instrumentation and tools for the medical, aeronautical, defense, transportation and other industries at its 700,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Churubusco, IN.
Despite all the recent hype and hoopla, does 3D printing have a future in mainstream manufacturing?
EAST HARTFORD, CT—Pratt & Whitney has flight-tested jet engine components made from metal additive manufacturing processes.
STORRS, CT—The University of Connecticut and Pratt & Whitney, have opened of a new additive manufacturing research laboratory here.
MELBOURNE, Australia—Once considered science fiction, the ability to do 3D printing has become a reality. The trend is expected to pick up steam in 2013.
Additive manufacturing is one of the hottest technologies to come along in the last 50 years.
Registration is open for AeroDef Manufacturing Summit and Exposition, which takes place on February 25–27, 2014 at the Long Beach (Calif.) Convention Center. Attendees can expect to hear top industry insiders give their take on issues vital to the future of aerospace and defense manufacturing during keynote addresses and panel discussions, according to SME.Read More