In Additive Manufacturing: A new tool in the toolbox, Part 6, we viewed a new bicycle hub,
that was fabricated by a NY manufacturer, using his Selective Laser Sintering Machine. #-D printed bike parts are catching on! Renishaw, the British company that manufactures Additive Manufacturing machines, has collaborated with Empire Cycles in the UK, to produce one of the first, 3-D Printed titanium alloy bike frame. The frame is fabricated in sections from a titanium alloy, then bonded together to form the very light and strong frame. It is 30% lighter than its predecessor.
Buffalo News A new center aimed at promoting the growth of area manufacturers will ramp up to speed this year. The Buffalo Niagara Advanced Manufacturing
Albany Business Review The Watervliet Arsenal will invest more than $26 million in new machines and enhanced capabilities this year. Last year aresenal revenue dropped to
Business Council Business Council member Clarkson University’s Beacon Institute for Rivers and Estuaries offers employers a unique management development opportunity for employees with technology and
Albany Business Review Professor David Larkin says nine of out 10 manufacturing program students at Hudson Valley Community College are being scooped up by local companies after they graduate