On 27 June,
The deal was aimed for Manufacturing Innovation in additive manufacturing. Supported by the
This plan would increase the utilization of aerospace alloys in additive manufacturing.
CCAT is eager to collaborate with
This is an important opportunity for CCAT to apply its assets and expertise to continue to move additive manufacturing forward, said
As per the plan, for Optomec, CCAT would be a subcontractor and will lead primary efforts for altering metal powder additive manufacturing processes to enhance the quality of aerospace alloy parts in both areas of engineering and repairing.
Further, at CCAT Advanced Manufacturing Center (AMC), the work would use Optomec s Laser Engineered Net Shaping (LENS) 850R additive technology.
CCAT's AMC was named a "Center of Excellence" by Optomec, and offers Optomec unique expertise, research, and development work in the use of Optomec's LENS 3D printers.
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