SEArch+ and Apis Cor Take Top Prize in Latest Level of NASA’s 3D Printed Habitat Challenge

3D Design 3D Printing 3d printed construction 3D Printed Habitat Challenge 3d printing in space 3d printing on mars Apis Cor Austin Industries construction 3d printing FormForge mars NASA 3D Printed Habitat Challenge Pennsylvania State University SEARch+ WPMSince NASA’s 3D Printed Habitat Challenge began, it has been fascinating to follow the competition as it moves through its multiple levels and phases.

The Barnes Group Advisors and SLM Solutions Sign Memorandum of Understanding

Additive Manufacturing

Headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, TBGA has presence in Australia, the United Kingdom, Austin, TX, Phoenix, AZ, Youngstown, OH, St. The Barnes Group Advisors and SLM Solutions North America collaborate on Additive Manufacturing Training.

Alcoa to Supply 3D-Printed Metal Parts for Airbus Aircraft

Additive Manufacturing

Alcoa also recently invested in 3D-printing and metallic powder production capabilities at its technical center outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The expansion is located at the Alcoa Technical Center near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the world’s largest light metals research center.

Virginia Tech Students to Launch Experimental 3-D Printer on NASA Rocket Ship from Wallops Island

Additive Manufacturing

Virginia Tech’s RockSat-X team includes (left to right) Seth Austin, Sebastian Welsh, and John Mulvaney, all of the College of Engineering. BLACKSBURG, Va.,

Arconic, Airbus to Advance 3D Printing for Aerospace under Multi-Year Cooperative Research Agreement

Additive Manufacturing

Arconic will draw on additive and advanced manufacturing capabilities at its facilities in Cleveland, Ohio and at the Arconic Technology Center outside Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Arconic is producing these titanium brackets using laser powder bed technologies at its additive manufacturing facility in Austin, Texas. To Produce, Qualify Large-Scale 3D Printed Airbus Airframe Components.

Apple and the Battle for American Manufacturing

Design 2 Part News

He notes that Foxconn is considering creating 30,000 to 50,000 jobs in America and that it has already announced plans, as AFP reported, for a “$40 million investment in a facility in Pennsylvania to build precision tools and develop a robotics program.”. By Steve Minter, IndustryWeek.

China 62