ORNL exploring quality control processes for large-scale BAAM 3D printing

ORNL exploring quality control processes for large-scale BAAM 3D printing

A dedicated research team has been working closely with the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) to advance quality control testing for parts using the large-scale BAAM 3D printing process developed by Cincinnati Incorporated. The BAAM 3D printing process, also known as Big Area Additive Manufacturing, is one of the largest-scale 3D printing systems for producing polymer-based parts. The machine is so big, in fact, that Amy Peterson, a Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) professor of chemical engineering who is working on BAAM quality control research, was pictured standing inside the 3D printer. Professor Amy Peterson Supported by funding from the […]

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