December 2018

NREL makes strides with bio-based acrylonitrile

2019-02-25T08:42:51-07:00

Nov. 18, 2018 | Source: CompositesWorld

The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL, Golden, CO, US) in November reported that it is making progress with ongoing research based on early 20th century techniques for making chemicals from natural products. The laboratory says the research could lead to a cleaner method of transforming acrylonitrile (ACN) into carbon fiber by […]

NREL makes strides with bio-based acrylonitrile2019-02-25T08:42:51-07:00

January 2017

Manufacturing USA expands with Department of Energy’s announcement of new REMADE institute

2017-01-19T17:10:19-07:00

The Sustainable Manufacturing Innovation Alliance will Lead $140 million Institute in Rochester, New York to Improve Competitiveness of U.S. Manufacturing

See the official announcement on YouTube with Department of Energy’s Director of Advanced Manufacturing, Mark Johnson:  VIEW THE VIEW!

Source: Energy.gov

WASHINGTON — As part of the Manufacturing […]

Manufacturing USA expands with Department of Energy’s announcement of new REMADE institute2017-01-19T17:10:19-07:00

December 2016

Precursor Fiber Spinning Capabilities Showcased at University of Kentucky CAER Demo Day

2017-01-19T05:38:51-07:00

Photo: Precursor fiber spinning line at the University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy Research

The University of Kentucky (UK) Center for Applied Energy Research (CAER) and IACMI-The Composites Institute hosted a demonstration event featuring the unique precursor fiber capabilities on December 5th at the UK CAER. The event was highly participated by industry, […]

Precursor Fiber Spinning Capabilities Showcased at University of Kentucky CAER Demo Day2017-01-19T05:38:51-07:00

DOE Asst Secretary Kathleen Hogan and Bryan Dods lead advanced energy panel

2016-12-14T19:55:43-07:00

The Tennessee Advanced Energy Business Council held its third annual Opportunities in Energy discussion on December 6, 2016. Over 60 attended the event including industry leaders and public officials. Deputy assistant secretary for energy efficiency at the U.S. Department of Energy, Kathleen Hogan, and IACMI CEO, Bryan Dods, led the “fireside chat” panel discussing public-private collaboration for clean […]

DOE Asst Secretary Kathleen Hogan and Bryan Dods lead advanced energy panel2016-12-14T19:55:43-07:00

Strategic Partner, CRTC, Unveils New Product Made From Recycled Carbon Fiber

2017-01-19T05:38:54-07:00

Photo courtesy of Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News

On July 1, 2016, IACMI-The Composites Institute announced a partnership with the Composite Recycling Technology Center in Port Angeles, Washington. This fall, the center was awarded a $1.73 million Washington State Department of Commerce Clean Energy Fund 2 program grant for advanced manufacturing equipment that […]

Strategic Partner, CRTC, Unveils New Product Made From Recycled Carbon Fiber2017-01-19T05:38:54-07:00

November 2016

Dayton, Ohio workshop trains more than 120 in composite processes

2017-08-30T10:31:58-07:00

Composites One, the Closed Mold Alliance, along with Magnum Venus Products, and The Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation (IACMI) presented “Flyways to Highways: How Advanced Composites and High Performance Materials Will Get You Where You’re Going” to more than 120 attendees during a two-day, in depth workforce program this November. The […]

Dayton, Ohio workshop trains more than 120 in composite processes2017-08-30T10:31:58-07:00

July 2016

Pioneering Partnerships Announced for Composite Recycling

2017-01-19T05:38:57-07:00

Photo: (Front L-R): Dr. Mark Johnson, Director of the Department of Energy’s Advanced Manufacturing Office; Dr. Luke Robins, President, Peninsula College; Dr. Craig Blue, IACMI-The Composites Institute CEO; Robert Larsen, CRTC CEO
(Back L-R): Colleen McAleer, Port of Port Angeles President; Maria Cantwell, State of Washington Senator; Brian Bonlender, Washington State Department of Commerce Director

NEWS […]

Pioneering Partnerships Announced for Composite Recycling2017-01-19T05:38:57-07:00

June 2016

Local Motors Opens New Facility in Maryland, Craig Blue and IACMI lauded during event

2017-01-19T05:38:58-07:00

IACMI partner, Local Motors, unveils Olli, a self-driving electric vehicle during its Maryland facility opening this week.

Hundreds gathered for the event, including U.S. Deputy Secretary of Commerce, Bruce Andrews.  During his speech, he lauded Local Motors’ innovation, IACMI CEO Craig Blue and The Composites Institute (IACMI).

“I am pleased to see Dr. Craig Blue, Chief Executive Officer […]

Local Motors Opens New Facility in Maryland, Craig Blue and IACMI lauded during event2017-01-19T05:38:58-07:00

May 2016

U.S. Manufacturing makes a statement at Hannover Messe

2017-01-19T05:38:58-07:00

Over 5,000 exhibitors, 190,000 visitors, and 1,500 lectures comprised the 2016 Hannover Messe conference. One of the largest and most notable conferences in the world hosted it’s 70th annual showing last week, naming the United States as this year’s official partner country. Hannover Messe attracted world […]

U.S. Manufacturing makes a statement at Hannover Messe2017-01-19T05:38:58-07:00

September 2015

Meet AMIE (Additive Manufacturing Integrated Energy), created by industry partnerships, innovation and 3d printing

2017-01-19T05:39:08-07:00

After months of collaboration and hard work, the AMIE project (Additive Manufacturing Integrated Energy), the shared energy system has been unveiled today at a ceremony at Oak Ridge National Lab. The announcement was the highlight of the kickoff to the Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Industry […]

Meet AMIE (Additive Manufacturing Integrated Energy), created by industry partnerships, innovation and 3d printing2017-01-19T05:39:08-07:00
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