EIT Manufacturing has the ambitious vision of leading global manufacturing innovation, by bringing manufacturing actors of Europe together in innovation ecosystems that add unique value to European products, processes, services and inspire creation of globally competitive and sustainable manufacturing.
The Center for Additive Manufacturing and Logistics (CAMAL) provides fabrication and prototyping services for both internal NC State projects and external customers on a limited basis. Polymer and metal-based additive technologies are also available.
The Multi-Scale Robotics Lab is a part of the Institute of Robotics and Intelligent Systems, a group of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Zurich and is located at the main ETH campus in the heart of Zurich.
Dansk AM Hub is Denmark's national focal point for Additive Manufacturing. Our goal is to change the way we traditionally understand the concept of production by promoting and promoting the use of newer production technologies such as Additive Manufacturing and 3D printing – in business and in a wider Danish context.
Carnegie Mellon University’s Manufacturing Futures Initiative (MFI) leads groundbreaking research in the digital transformation of manufacturing to accelerate innovation for economic prosperity. Our unique culture of advanced collaboration drives both the necessary convergence of disciplines inside the university and robust partnerships with industry, non-profits and government.
The IRT Saint Exupéry’s mission is to explore and develop technological breakthroughs through collaborative research in its three key domains. Its pioneering spirit and drive to innovate is directly inspired by its famous namesake, aviation pioneer, writer and engineer Antoine de St Exupéry.
As a dedicated strategic partner to our clients we provide end-to-end design and manufacturing solutions, maximising the real opportunities in additive manufacturing and 3D printing through advanced industrial design and research. It is this multi-disciplinary approach combined with extensive knowledge of AM processes that sets us apart for any company engaging with additive manufacturing as an industrial production tool.
Canada Makes is a network of private, public, academic, and non-profit entities dedicated to promoting the adoption and development of advanced and additive manufacturing (AM) in Canada. It is an enabler and accelerator of AM-adoption in Canada. The network covers a broad range of additive manufacturing technologies including 3D printing; reverse engineering 3D imaging; medical implants and replacement human tissue; metallic 3D printing and more.
NUMEN è un Istituto di Formazione nel campo dell’Innovazione Digitale. Nasce grazie al legame con un’azienda già affermata nel settore, alla collaborazione con un team di docenti e professionisti qualificati nel ambito delle culture digitali e al sostegno di un network di aziende sparse su tutto il territorio nazionale. Perfezionano i nostri punti di forza, i programmi di studio atti ad una vera e propria formazione “su misura”, per la preparazione alle professioni nel settore, consentendo un approccio innovativo al mercato italiano.
The Institute for Materialdesign IMD at HfG Offenbach is involved in the experimental intersecting of the design process with the diverse analogue and digital processes for materialization and form generation. Current technological developments have enabled the shift from the traditional material selection or material authenticity to the active and ongoing generation of forms and materials. Special attention is paid to the sometimes conflicting and contradictory processes and their inherent potential in a creative-scientific and interdisciplinary dialog. What impact do materialization and form generation have on the design process? How can a material be charged with digital, adaptive or interactive elements? It is at this intersection of design, materiality and form generation in particular that functional and formal potential and new conceptual and contextual integration are stimulated.