As the national accelerator for additive manufacturing (AM) and 3D printing (3DP), America Makes is the nation’s leading and collaborative partner in AM and 3DP technology research, discovery, creation, and innovation. Structured as a public-private partnership with member organizations from industry, academia, government, non-government agencies, and workforce and economic development resources, we are working together to innovate and accelerate AM and 3DP to increase our nation’s global manufacturing competitiveness.
America Makes welcomed Dr. Diana Natalicio, president of The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) on her visit to the Institute August 1, before her retirement later in August. Dr. Natalicio’s successor, Heather Wilson, former U.S. Air Force
Specifically, the Center will be at the National Institute for Aviation Research on WSU's campus.
Speakers at the two-day event include Cindy Ashforth of the Federal Aviation Administration, Chris Holshouser of NIAR, and Doug Hall of Battelle.
One way to change the culture is to connect different stakeholders in a collaborative environment.
Awarded project teams to develop and deploy innovative, cost-effective, and energy-efficient AM technologies for defense and commercial needs.
NCDMM also announces additional organizational changes.
Peerless Media will work to promote National Center for Defense Manufacturing and Machining’s additive manufacturing industry advancement efforts.
The objective of the America Makes Satellite Center model is to extend the reach of the existing America Makes mission by expanding its current regional, industrial, and technological footprint.
The USAF is exploring how to leverage DLP 3D printing technology as a lean alternative to producing and inventorying legacy parts.
Database released to the Institute and its members to enable use of ULTEM 9085 Resin for aerospace interiors.