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ADAPT Receives DoD Funds for Cooperative Industry Research

ADAPTSM is collaborating with three industry partners on new research into advanced manufacturing for military applications. The U.S. Department of Defense has awarded Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grants to conduct cooperative research with ADAPT members Citrine Informatics and Elementum 3D, as well as Boulder-based Special Aerospace Services (SAS). The funded projects include 3D printing of rocket nozzles, a materials informatics framework to predict the effects of additive manufacturing defects, and the development of new steels that soldiers could easily print with in the theater of war. Read More »

Lithoz Installs Ceramic Printer at Colorado School of Mines


Lithoz connected with ADAPT through a research collaboration with Professors Corinne Packard and Geoff Brennecka at Colorado School of Mines. Mines is currently investigating mechanical properties of ceramics produced by lithography-based ceramic manufacturing (LCM) with the intent of exploring whether separate standards are needed for ceramic AM.
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ADAPT to Present at TMS


ADAPT students and faculty will present the latest Optimize for Additive research results at TMS 2019 in San Antonio, Texas, the week of March 11. See the schedule for our six presentations »
 

Events

Mar. 13: ADAPT Research Updates
Apr. 10: Special guest speaker (TBD): Optimize for AdditiveSM - Parts
May 8: ADAPT Research Updates
June 12: Offsite Meeting at 3D Systems
Aug. 26-28: Expo & Data Informatics Workshop: details TBD


 

Member Corner

Members: This is your space to share links to press releases, announcements or upcoming events! Just send an email to adapt@mines.edu with the relevant information and links, and we will feature your content in upcoming newsletters.
 

New Member


ADAPT welcomes new member, Sciaky Inc.

 

Publications

Featured: This month's featured article comes from our collaborators at Carnegie Mellon’s NextManufacturing consortium and Argonne National Laboratory. Prof. Rollett and his team published their work imaging the formation of keyhole pores during laser powder bed fusion additive manufacturing in real time, and extracted the scientific knowledge into a fundamental process-structure model that can be used to avoid keyhole porosity. Keyhole threshold and morphology in laser melting revealed by ultrahigh-speed x-ray imaging »

Interferometric spatial frequency modulation imaging »

Ultra near-field electrohydrodynamic cone-jet breakup of self-reducing silver inks »





 

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