Voting shortlists for the 2021 3D Printing Industry Awards are now open. Ohio State University has partnered with French 3D printer manufacturer AddUp to bring industrial-scale production capabilities to student engineers at its Center for Design and Manufacturing Excellence. According to Ohio State itself, the installation could now enable its engineers to “Deliver reproducible series of industrial parts,” and “Further push 3D printing’s innovation boundaries.” Back in March 2021 Clemson University agreed an $11 million deal with DEVCOM ARL, to develop new ways of 3D printing parts for the U.S. military’s fleet of ground vehicles, air platforms and munitions. At around the same time, the University of Graz announced that it was working with metallurgy specialist Heraeus Amloy, to create new alloys for 3D printing implants and prostheses. Are you looking for a job in the additive manufacturing industry? Visit 3D Printing Jobs for a selection of roles in the industry. Featured image shows CDME engineers using their newly-installed AddUp 3D printer.
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