Concept Laser, Honeywell and PADT Open Large 3D Metal Printing Research Center at ASU

Published by , January 24, 2017 11:57 am

(Optics.org) Concept Laser has partnered with Honeywell Aerospace and PADT Inc. to open a new additive manufacturing research centre for 3D metal printing in Arizona State University (ASU). The research centre is based on The Polytechnic School’s campus, the school is using the machines for various research and development activities including materials development and prototyping of complex mechanical and energy systems.
The University offers the only undergraduate manufacturing engineering degree in the state of Arizona, and is one of the 21 courses that are offered in the US. Rey Chu, Principal, Manufacturing Technologies at PADT, Inc: This partnership is the next and obvious step in the progression of additive manufacturing in the Southwest. With Concept Laser’s outstanding technology, Honeywell’s leadership in applying additive manufacturing to practical Aerospace needs, PADT’s extensive network of customers and industry experience, and ASU’s proven ability to educate and work with industry, the effort will establish a strong foundation for the entire regional ecosystem.

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