Category Archives: Army Research Laboratory

NCMS and ARL open AMMP, attain $15m boost for additive manufacturing in defense

Media visualization for the NCMS. Image via NCMSToday the U.S. National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS) opens its new Advanced Manufacturing, Materials, and Processes (AMMP) Center and Consortium in Aberdeen, Maryland. A collaboration between NCMS and the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL), the AMMP Center is a new major additive manufacturing initiative for the U.S. defense industry, funded with $15 million in support […]

3D Printing News Sliced, Additive Industries, Ultimaker, LulzBot and Artec 3D

Our latest round-up of 3D printing news alternatively answers and poses these questions: Why 3D print in chocolate? How is 3D printing reviving the classic car? How do plastic bottles become 3D printed objects? All this and more from The U.S. Army Research Laboratory, Star Rapid, Farsoon Technologies and BCN3D Technologies. Upcycling yogurt containers, 3D printing chocolate […]

3D Printing News Sliced, Additive Industries, Ultimaker, LulzBot and Artec 3D

Our latest round-up of 3D printing news alternatively answers and poses these questions: Why 3D print in chocolate? How is 3D printing reviving the classic car? How do plastic bottles become 3D printed objects? All this and more from The U.S. Army Research Laboratory, Star Rapid, Farsoon Technologies and BCN3D Technologies. Upcycling yogurt containers, 3D printing chocolate […]

3D Printing News Sliced, Additive Industries, Ultimaker, LulzBot and Artec 3D

Our latest round-up of 3D printing news alternatively answers and poses these questions: Why 3D print in chocolate? How is 3D printing reviving the classic car? How do plastic bottles become 3D printed objects? All this and more from The U.S. Army Research Laboratory, Star Rapid, Farsoon Technologies and BCN3D Technologies. Upcycling yogurt containers, 3D printing chocolate […]

Real-time metal 3D printer monitoring at El Paso awarded in $900K ARL grant

Two metal 3D printing projects at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) have been awarded funding in a nine-hundred thousand dollar grant from the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL). With problem-solving objectives, the projects look to develop a method of monitoring and auto-correcting powder-bed fusion based processes, and to enhance the mechanical properties of […]