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Ohio State Expands Metal Additive Manufacturing via Industry Partnership

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

The Ohio State University’s Center for Design and Manufacturing Excellence (CDME) (CDME) has added two GE Additive machines—an Arcam Q10+ and a Concept Laser metal printer. The additions are the result of a collaboration with GE Additive, Cincinnati, OH, and Proto Precision Manufacturing Solutions, Hilliard, OH.

“At CDME we bring together industry with our world-leading research enterprise,” says College of Engineering Dean David B. Williams. “Uniting an innovative small business like Proto Precision with GE Additive and Ohio State faculty, staff and students is a perfect example of our work to address the biggest challenges in manufacturing.”
CDME’s additive manufacturing laboratory now includes:
• Concept Laser (nickel alloys, steels, aluminum, cobalt chrome)
• Arcam Q10+ (titanium alloys)
• ExOne (steels, magnesium alloys, nickel alloys)
• ProJet 660Pro (ceramics, including alumina, YSZ)
• ProJet 3500 HD Max (ABS-like cured photopolymers)
• FormLab Form 2 (resin)
• Mcor IRIS HD (paper)
• Afinia H800 (ABS, PLA, PC-ABS)
• Afinia H400 (ABS, PLA, PC-ABS)
• Stratasys (ABS, PLA, ACA, PC-ABS)
• Mark Forged 2 (nylon, nylon carbon fiber)

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