Oak Ridge expands 3D printing's throughput, materials scope, and quality control

We recently caught up with Chad Duty, an additive manufacturing researcher at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) Manufacturing Demonstration Facility, about ORNL's work on 3D printing technology (see the report "Building the Future: Assessing 3D Printing’s Opportunities and Challenges"). OR...

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