NIST Grant to Fund Materials R&D for Additive Manufacturing

July 1, 2014

Penn State announced plans to launch the Consortium for Additive Manufacturing Materials (CAMM), after receiving one of 19 advanced manufacturing technology planning grants from the National Institute of Standards (NIST).

CAMM will connect materials producers, research institutions and end users to develop new materials for additive manufacturing.


See also: Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley Brand, Herr-Voss Stamco

Technologies: Additive Manufacturing, Materials


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