Issue Date: February 24, 2014
The promise of 3-D printing is undeniable. It holds the potential to transform manufacturing by making it possible to build better, stronger electronics and mechanical parts, maybe even biological tissues. So it’s not surprising that the technology—also called additive manufacturing—was chosen as the focus of the government’s first manufacturing innovation institute.
The National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute, also called America Makes, in Youngstown, Ohio, is the first of eight specialized research centers that the Obama . . .
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