Researchers from Texas A&M University showcased tensile superelasticity by fabricating a shape memory alloy through laser powder bed fusion.
Aerojet Rocketdyne is using metal 3D printing technology from Velo3D to make a critical flight component lighter, smaller and cheaper than its predecessors.
Southern Illinois University researchers are working to improve the ultra-strong “sandwich” materials by using additive manufacturing.
Flexible manufacturing systems (FMS) can improve overall operations and throughput quality by adapting to real-time changes and situations.
This project will develop a manufacturing process that enables multifunctional nanostructured surfaces to be more cost efficient.
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North Carolina State University researchers have created ionogel materials that are stretchable, tough and can be 3D-printed.
University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers are using an additive manufacturing technique called laser powder bed fusion to produce metal parts that have fewer defects.
The need for smart data to handle risk management strategies in supply chain production and logistics are badly needed.
Chinese manufacturing is struggling to keep pace after a very strong 2020 due to heavy levels of demand, but the overall picture remains positive.