June 2, 2022

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CAD to Part in 48 Hours: PepsiCo Slashes Tooling Costs and Cycle Times with the help of NXE 400

PepsiCo worked with Nexa3D’s partner Dynamism to validate the NXE 400 and the xPEEK147 material as ideal for their blow...
University of Delaware Assistant Professor Kun (Kelvin) Fu, with the Department of Mechanical Engineering, is leading a research project supported by $2.5 million in funding from the Department of Energy to develop a new and unique way to manufacture lighter and more energy-efficient parts for vehicles through 3D printing of continuous carbon fiber and thermosetting composites.

UD’s Kelvin Fu secures $2.5M ARPA-E grant to develop new composite AM for vehicles

Imagine a material that can build a strong and sturdy yet fossil-fuel-free vehicle, one that could both withstand the force...