Research seeks to create topologically optimized heat exchangers that will enable disruptive advancements in U.S. Army munitions technology.
ExOne collaborates with Rapidia to incorporate its two-step 3D printing technology, which enables water-bound metal and ceramic parts to go directly from a printer into a furnace without a debinding step.
Research shows graphene lowers reflectivity of copper powder to achieve more dense AM printed parts.
Software eliminates cost variables through integration of all components to provide seamless automated interaction, resulting in reduced time and cost.
System features a two-step process that eliminates the need for a solvent debind phase.
Researchers will use the world's largest polymer 3D printer to develop recyclable wind blade molds that reduce lead times and costs.
Burloak Technologies Inc. developed a well-defined specification that demonstrated robust, repeatable processes to produce flight components using additive manufacturing.
The Fuse 1 features Surface Armor technology, a 70% powder refresh rate and a versatile Nylon 12 powder to deliver an affordable, simplified industrial 3D printing.
Fast slice and toolpath generator offers smooth upskins and downskins to obtain superior part surface quality.
Strategic appointment is instrumental for advanced material innovation for defense and security product development for the United States.