Alloyed Receives Hybrid-AM Research Grant as Part of Auto-Parts Consortium

June 2, 2021

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Alloyed Receives Hybrid-AM Research Grant as Part of Auto-Parts Consortium
Alloyed has announced that, as part of a consortium, it has been awarded a grant to research, develop and test an innovative hybrid production process to address a number of the key limitations of additive manufacturing (AM) for the automotive sector, specifically electric vehicles (EVs). The Casting-Hybrid-Additive-Manufacturing-Parts-Production (CHAMPP) consortium, which received the grant, features three key partners: Alloyed, Brunel University London's Brunel Centre for Advanced Solidification Technology (BCAST), and Gestamp and its affiliate Autotech.

The project aims to build on the consortium's prior alloy and hybridization research to develop and test new aluminum alloys better suited to future automotive needs. The focus will be on developing alloys that can first be cast and then subsequently built on to produce custom/complex features using AM techniques with a compatible alloy that maintains mechanical properties and performance.


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