The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded four jurisdictions with grants ranging from $6 million to $20 million through its Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) program for the production of world-class research and scientific resources.
Hybrid additive manufacturing (AM) has been gaining a lot of traction over the past four-to-five years, but it’s still a technology with a lot of unknowns. First, hybrid manufacturing’s name is non-descriptive to the point of being enigmatic.
3D printing isn’t going anywhere – and neither is the Senvol database–except for up, up, up.
Autodesk Research has announced that it and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (Lawrence Livermore) will undertake an 18-month research project to study how the combination of metamaterials and additive manufacturing could change the product design landscape.
The automotive industry is rapidly changing: adding new consumer features in its products, optimizing designs, using new materials, and adopting new manufacturing methods.
The art of glassmaking dates back at least 4,500 thousand years and spans many civilizations, each of which put its own spin on the process. How will 3D printing do it?