Australia’s AML Technologies pockets half a million to develop WAM metal 3D printing process

Australia's AML Technologies pockets half a million to develop WAM metal 3D printing process

AML Technologies (Additive Metal Layering Technologies), a metal 3D printing startup based in Adelaide, Australia, has been awarded a 500,000 AUD ($380,000) grant from the Australian government to develop its Wire-Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAM) process. As one of 24 businesses benefiting from a recent 11.2 million AUD of commercialization grants from the Australian government’s Entrepreneurs’ […]

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ORNL team combines 3D printing and casting to make stronger, damage-tolerant composite parts

ORNL team combines 3D printing and casting to make stronger, damage-tolerant composite parts

Researchers from the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and Rice University in Houston, Texas have developed a novel process for creating “damage-tolerant components” made from multiple materials. The innovative process combines 3D printing with traditional casting methods. Model of a 3D printed preform structure The research project, entitled “Damage-tolerant metallic composites via melt infiltration of […]

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