3D printed carbon nanofiber composites bring strength on par with aluminum at Carbon Fiber 2013

At the recent Carbon Fiber 2013 conference, we toured the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) Deposition Science & Technology Manufacturing Demonstration Facility (MDF) and caught up with Chad Duty and Jesse Smith from Knoxville Oak Ridge Innovation Valley. ORNL's research now extends into addit...

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