September 2019

MVP Reimagines Additive Manufacturing with Reactive Polymer Systems

2019-09-25T07:51:36-07:00

September 18, 2019 | Source: KnoxNews

Magnum Venus Products President and CEO Bob Vanderhoff describes the new Reactive Additive Manufacturing 3D printer Sept. 17, 2019.In partnership with Polynt and the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), IACMI-Member Magnum Venus Products (MVP) revealed the first large-scale reactive polymer additive manufacturing […]

MVP Reimagines Additive Manufacturing with Reactive Polymer Systems2019-09-25T07:51:36-07:00

May 2019

Techmer PM Opens Multimillion-Dollar Production Line to Support Demands of Large-Scale 3D Printing Industry

2019-05-10T05:32:18-07:00

May 10, 2019 | Source: Plastics Technology

Techmer PM has had significant growth in the additive manufacturing materials market, and opened a new multimillion-dollar production line. Techmer PM is a strong IACMI member, having validated technologies and materials through IACMI technical projects, such as the Techmer PM and Local Motors project. IACMI […]

Techmer PM Opens Multimillion-Dollar Production Line to Support Demands of Large-Scale 3D Printing Industry2019-05-10T05:32:18-07:00

March 2019

Large-Scale 3D Thermoset Printer Enables New Possibilities for Composites Manufacturing

2019-03-18T10:56:23-07:00

Knoxville, Tenn., March 12, 2019 – IACMI-The Composites Institute, a 160+ member consortium committed to increasing domestic production capacity and manufacturing jobs across the U.S., has partnered with the U.S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and composites industry leaders to develop an innovative snowboard prototype utilizing novel technologies engineered in Tennessee. The […]

Large-Scale 3D Thermoset Printer Enables New Possibilities for Composites Manufacturing2019-03-18T10:56:23-07:00

February 2019

August 2017

3-D printed furniture in UT Chancellor’s office

2017-08-30T16:00:39-07:00
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) – Big orange pride is beaming all across University of Tennessee’s campus just before school starts, but Chancellor Beverly Davenport’s office lobby is already dressed for the occasion.

When […]

3-D printed furniture in UT Chancellor’s office2017-08-30T16:00:39-07:00

July 2017

Driving the future of manufacturing: Knoxville area poised to play key role in next-generation vehicle production

2017-08-30T15:39:32-07:00

Source (story and photo) Nashville Post

Author Peter Chawaga

Far from Silicon Valley’s hotbed of digital disruption, an East Tennessee city has become the seemingly unlikely home for technological firsts in auto manufacturing.

Specifically, Phoenix-based motor vehicle manufacturing company Local Motors has chosen Knoxville as a site for a “microfactory” that will […]

Driving the future of manufacturing: Knoxville area poised to play key role in next-generation vehicle production2017-08-30T15:39:32-07:00

December 2016

3D Printing Bringing Innovation in Manufacturing to Knoxville, Eastern Tennessee’s “Innovation Valley”

2017-01-19T05:38:51-08:00

Source:  | Dec 8, 20163dprint.com

When I hit the road and head south, I’m usually going to visit my grandparents, who currently live about an hour west of Knoxville. I’ve spent many hours in my life driving through beautiful Tennessee, so I was pleasantly […]

3D Printing Bringing Innovation in Manufacturing to Knoxville, Eastern Tennessee’s “Innovation Valley”2017-01-19T05:38:51-08:00

3D printing: East Tennessee’s next manufacturing boon

2017-01-19T05:38:54-08:00

Photo: A huge 3D printer in the process of creating a car body for Local Motors, an automaker with a soon-to-open plant in Knoxville, Tennessee | Local Motors

Source: Curbed.com

How Knoxville and its environs became a hotspot for the future of manufacturing

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3D printing: East Tennessee’s next manufacturing boon2017-01-19T05:38:54-08:00

April 2016

The Nashville Ledger – Designing materials for future needs

2017-01-19T05:38:59-08:00

The Nashville Ledger recently published an article on the IACMI impact on the automotive industry in the State of Tennessee. The automotive industry will see the biggest transformation to meet the inevitable demand for more efficient, light-weight vehicles. Advanced composites provide a stronger, more light-weight product that metal materials are lacking. See full article from The Nashville Ledger below.

Designing […]

The Nashville Ledger – Designing materials for future needs2017-01-19T05:38:59-08:00

February 2016

Large-scale advances in composites manufacturing

2017-01-19T05:39:06-08:00

Collaboration between industry, universities, and government agencies is making composite manufacturing faster, more efficient, and cost effective. Below is an article published by Composites Manufacturing Magazine announcing the latest innovations in additive manufacturing, automated production, machining, and molding methods.

Imagine going to a car dealership and ordering a new vehicle custom-made to your specifications, […]

Large-scale advances in composites manufacturing2017-01-19T05:39:06-08:00
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