Purdue University is Now a UAM Capable Facility

By Mark Norfolk on Tuesday, April 25th, 2017 in Uncategorized. No Comments

There is a new team in the UAM family.  Dr. James Gilbert, of the Mechanical Engineering department at Purdue University, facilitated the purchase of a SonicLayer R200 UAM machine.  The small scale UAM system was installed in March and is already contributing to student projects.  Dr. Gilbert’s work in ultrasonic additive manufacturing ranges from understanding
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Fabrisonic 3D Printing Process Finalist for CTMA Award

By Mark Norfolk on Monday, April 10th, 2017 in News. No Comments

Last week Fabrisonic was selected as a finalist for the CTMA Technology Award.  The CTMA program, created in 1998, is a joint Department of Defense/NCMS effort promoting collaborative technology validation, demonstration, and transition within DoD. Its objective is to ensure American troops and their equipment have the most up-to-date and best-maintained platforms, technologies and tools
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