At GE, we’re passionate about the transformative power of advanced manufacturing. In the past few years, we have built a tremendous network of teams and sites that are advancing additive manufacturing every day. And as a notable user of additive technologies, we recognize the value and potential it brings to modern design and manufacturing challenges.
The DMRC is an institution in the faculty of mechanical engineering at the University of Paderborn. Its structure is flexible and very interdisciplinary; depending on the currently handled research topics, the constellation of chairs participating in the DMRC can be changed. At time, within the DMRC 9 different chairs with 11 professors and a large number of researchers work together. The DMRC’s projects are (co-)funded by the State Government of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW), by the industrial partners and by public sources.
+LAB is the 3D Printing Lab of Politecnico di Milano and it is located in "Giulio Natta" building, together with Chemical and Materials Engineering Department.
The laboratory is active since November 2013 when Marinella Levi and her collaborators started to employ engineers, designers, researchers and makers, to obtain a multidisciplinary approach to 3D printing in which teaching, research and design can melt together to develop towards material and technology innovation.
New fields of application are being studied at +LAB, paying special attention to social and environmental implications.
+LAB is naturally inclined to change and innovation, and this is why we put such effort in keeping up to date with the fast technology development that 3D printing is experiencing in these years.
We're providing Australian companies with access to metal additive manufacturing (3D printing) technologies that promise high efficiency and productivity gains for a competitive advantage. We're providing Australian companies with access to metal additive manufacturing (3D printing) technologies that promise high efficiency and productivity gains for a competitive advantage.
Monash Motorsport is a student-run organisation based at Monash University’s largest campus in Clayton, Victoria. Comprising of a variety of students ranging from first year to post graduates, the team designs, constructs, and races an open-wheel car in the world’s largest engineering design competition, Formula SAE.
By participating in Monash Motorsport, students gain invaluable practical skills in their respective fields of both engineering and business, enriching their university experience and equipping them with the knowledge that will allow them to prosper in their chosen career paths.
ITRI is a nonprofit R&D organization engaging in applied research and technical services. Founded in 1973, ITRI has played a vital role in transforming Taiwan's economy from a labor-intensive industry to a high-tech industry.
The Centre for Polymer Micro and Nano Technology at University of Bradford has many years of expertise in producing ultra-high precision, high-value polymer devices for a range of commercial markets.
Our Centre along with the Centre for Advanced Materials Engineering are world-leading research laboratories for polymer, polymer composite/nanocomposite and associated materials processing, including biomaterials and pharmaceuticals, with 40 advanced manufacturing lines for melt phase, solid phase and reactive processing, extensive characterisation, and computer modelling.
The Innovation Co-Lab is a creativity incubator, focused on exploring how new and emerging technologies can fundamentally reshape the research, academic, and service missions of the university. Working with our innovation-minded colleagues around campus, we're building a model program that will elevate and inspire Duke students who are solving problems, big and small, through our ever-changing technological environment. Duke students of all backgrounds, interests, and skill-sets are encouraged to participate.
LAYKANICS is setting the pace in the promotion of STEM through 3D-Printing. Featuring as an on-line service, LAYKANICS publishes monthly engineering projects to 3D-Print and build mechanical gadgets that illustrate different Engineering principles. This full hands-on approach to mechanical topics is providing both educators and hobbyists with hours of productive fun. It was established in June 2015 and launched its website in February 2016.
Founded in 2015, Imprimatur is led by folks who’ve spent most of their careers in research and startups, and combine serious technical chops with an inspiring vision of what the world could be. We’re brining together a passionate, dynamic team of game changers. We’re having a great time working and playing harder than we ever have in our lives. It doesn’t hurt to know that what we do is changing the future as we know it.
Our research and technology centre is located in Spain, and we have more than 25 years of experience in offering solutions to companies of the plastics industry (manufacturers of raw materials, processors and end users).
Our service comprises the development of integral and customised solutions by coordinating and developing R&D projects, technical assistance, analysis and testing, competitive intelligence and training.
UniPV is partner of both AFIL and Vanguard Initiative. Prof. Ferdinando Auricchio is member of the “Additive Manufacturing” Thematic Group Steering Committeewithin the Lombardy Association for Intelligent Industry.
Fraunhofer IFAM Dresden is involved in fundamental and applied research to develop new sintered and composite materials, as well as cellular metallic materials manufactured with innovative technologies derived from powder metallurgy. The scope of our services includes the industrial implementation of the results we obtain, up to the manufacturing of prototype components. Substantial experience with technology and material structures makes it possible for us to design cellular metallic and composite materials in which combinations of properties are tailored to individual applications.
The National Institute of Industrial Technology (Castilian: Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Industrial), commonly known as INTI, is an Argentine federal agency in charge of the development of Industrial technology.
It is a technical reference of the Argentine State in implementing regulations and identity of product quality in industry and commerce, is also responsible for public technology for the integration of the entire community into the production system, promoting partnership and local development and fostering the creation companies and micro enterprises. Plays an important role in relation to industrial competitiveness, particularly strengthening the links national value chains, and implementing innovative solutions, from design stage to final product.
INTI is present in all provinces along Argentina, annually provides services to more than 9000 companies and the state government, through more than 2000 professionals and technicians, spread over 37 research and development centers, seven coordinations, 27 extension units, 16 information offices, programs and special areas (Wikipedia).
PhyCo is the Physical Computing Laboraroty of Milano's Politecnico University. It works on the development of interactive systems and environments through the use of hardware and software able to perceive and respond to the surrounding analogic world. The creative framework is targeted at facilitating the dialogue between humans and the digital world. The PhyCo Lab was founded to support research in healthcare design and technology by experimenting with new 3D printing process for prototyping and through a "learning by doing" approach.
Headed by Dr. Dong-Woo Cho, the Intelligent Manufacturing Systems Lab at Postech University in South Korea, is one of the most advanced 3D bioprinting facilities in the world and it operates with all leading biofabrication technologies including Microstereolithography (MSTL), Projection Microstereolithography (pMSTL), Nanostereolithography (NSTL) and Multihead Deposition System (MHDS) to create biostructures that can be used in functional organs and tissues such as skin, cartilage, liver, bone and more.
"The Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia - IIT - was created with the objective of promoting Italy's technological development and higher education in science and technology.
IIT is making an effort to implement its scientific program in this context, with the specific goal of integration between basic scientific research and the development of technical applications.
The research is carried out in highly innovative scientific fields, which represent the most advanced frontiers in modern technology; their contents are widely applicable in multiple areas, from medicine to industry, from computer science to robotics, to life sciences and nanobiotechnology.
IIT research is carried out according to a Scientific Plan that lasts 3 years. The first Strategic Plan (2005-2008) was dedicated to the construction of the central research laboratory and of the humanoid technology program based on 3 technology platforms (Robotics; Neuroscience; Drug Discovery). The second Strategic Plan (2009-2011) has consolidated the research program with the activation of 4 new technology platforms (Energy; Environment, Health & Safety; Smart Materials; Computation) and with the launch of the national network of IIT laboratories.
The next Strategic Plan (2012-2014) consolidates the basis set during the previous years, reinforcing the impact and the transfer of the results to the international market also through the interdisciplinary nature of the research and the enhancement of the internationalization of the collaborations.
IIT is a private law Foundation, created with special Government Law no. 269 of September 30th 2003, which was later converted into Law n. 326 of November 2003.
IIT has chosen an organizational model inspired by the top national and international scientific institutions. To be able to effectively pursue its programme, it combines a main laboratory with internationally renown scientists, and a network of excellent laboratories, which contribute with in-depth studies into the programme’s individual points.
For more details about the results accomplished during the first 5 years or the 6th year of activity, please download the related reports."
To evolve 3D printing for electromagnetics and to develop revolutionary technologies that 3D printing enables.
We envision a very 3D future for electromagnetics and a more dominant role for dielectrics. We call this vision "21st Century Electromagnetics" because we see these concepts becoming standard practice as 3D printing becomes more dominant in manufacturing. Our research includes:
3D printed circuits and systems
Metamaterials and photonic crystals
Antennas and frequency selective surfaces
Diffractive optics and nanophotonics
Devices for high power microwaves and extreme environments.
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