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AON3D is a rapidly growing startup on a mission to put industrial 3D printing capabilities into the hands of those who need it most. Our technology has made it 10 times cheaper than before to 3D print with advanced thermoplastics, and we continue to push the boundaries on commercializing new materials for 3D printing.

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ENGINEERS TO WORK ON CYBERSECURITY FOR SYSTEMS LINKING SOLAR POWER TO GRID

University of Arkansas | April 16, 2020

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Distinguished Professor Alan Mantooth of the University of Arkansas received a $3.6 million award from the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Energy Technologies Office to advance technologies that integrate solar power systems to the national power grid. Mantooth and engineering researchers at the university’s National Center for Reliable Electric Power Transmission will lead a large, multi-institutional research group that will develop systems to protect solar technologies from cyberattack....

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CONSTRUCTION PARTNERS, INC. COMPLETES ACQUISITION IN FLORIDA

Construction Partners | March 22, 2022

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Construction Partners, Inc., a vertically integrated civil infrastructure company focused on the construction and maintenance of roadways in five southeastern states, announced the acquisition of GAC Contractors, Inc.'s asphalt, grading, and site work operational assets, including its Panama City, Florida, hot-mix asphalt plant. "This transaction represents our third acquisition in the Florida panhandle in the past two years, reflecting our commitmen...

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AEROSPACE AND DEFENSE MATERIALS CONTINUE TO CHALLENGE TOOLHOLDING

cutting tool engineering | December 14, 2021

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From Rene 41, 718 stainless steel and 625 Inconel to titanium and carbon fiber, the materials used in the aerospace and defense industry sector as well as space exploration continue to present significant toolholding challenges. Magnifying these challenges are complex workpiece geometries with deep cavities, features that require long tool overhangs, and jobs requiring small-diameter cutters. Toolholding is just as important as the machine that runs it, and sub-par tooling can kee...

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BRINGING DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY TO THE CONSTRUCTION SITE

PBC Today | February 26, 2020

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The Digital Cube is a collaborative workspace that brings digital technology to the coalface of construction projects Global virtual design and construction consultant Digital Construction Technologies was engaged by international firm Collen Construction to develop the concept of the Digital Cube to bring the latest state-of-the-art hardware and software to develop the latest on-site technology. The cube integrates hardware, software, and processes to enable the collaborative space to be...

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ENGINEERS TO WORK ON CYBERSECURITY FOR SYSTEMS LINKING SOLAR POWER TO GRID

University of Arkansas | April 16, 2020

Distinguished Professor Alan Mantooth of the University of Arkansas received a $3.6 million award from the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Energy Technologies Office to advance technologies that integrate solar power systems to the national power grid. Mantooth and engineering researchers at the university’s National Center for Reliable Electric Power Transmission will lead a large, multi-institutional research group that will develop systems to protect solar technologies from cyberattack....

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CONSTRUCTION

CONSTRUCTION PARTNERS, INC. COMPLETES ACQUISITION IN FLORIDA

Construction Partners | March 22, 2022

Construction Partners, Inc., a vertically integrated civil infrastructure company focused on the construction and maintenance of roadways in five southeastern states, announced the acquisition of GAC Contractors, Inc.'s asphalt, grading, and site work operational assets, including its Panama City, Florida, hot-mix asphalt plant. "This transaction represents our third acquisition in the Florida panhandle in the past two years, reflecting our commitmen...

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MATERIALS

AEROSPACE AND DEFENSE MATERIALS CONTINUE TO CHALLENGE TOOLHOLDING

cutting tool engineering | December 14, 2021

From Rene 41, 718 stainless steel and 625 Inconel to titanium and carbon fiber, the materials used in the aerospace and defense industry sector as well as space exploration continue to present significant toolholding challenges. Magnifying these challenges are complex workpiece geometries with deep cavities, features that require long tool overhangs, and jobs requiring small-diameter cutters. Toolholding is just as important as the machine that runs it, and sub-par tooling can kee...

Read More
news image

BRINGING DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY TO THE CONSTRUCTION SITE

PBC Today | February 26, 2020

The Digital Cube is a collaborative workspace that brings digital technology to the coalface of construction projects Global virtual design and construction consultant Digital Construction Technologies was engaged by international firm Collen Construction to develop the concept of the Digital Cube to bring the latest state-of-the-art hardware and software to develop the latest on-site technology. The cube integrates hardware, software, and processes to enable the collaborative space to be...

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