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ADVANCED MANUFACTURING BUILDS 3D-PRINTED TITANIUM IRON MAN SUIT FOR ‘SAVAGE BUILDS’
Craig Brice and a team of AMFG master’s students partnered with EOS to build a full-size Iron Man suit for Adam Savage and his new show “Savage Builds.” Check out videos of the building process and the full episode, including the suit in jet-powered flight. Read more »
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- Mines researchers get $2M from NASA to advance technology for extracting aluminum from lunar soil
- High school teachers train in 3D-printing technology at Mines
- 3D-printed cake icing? Mines research team uses bakery staple to advance additive manufacturing for materials R&D
- Mines professor aims to slash additive manufacturing costs, keep printers in U.S.
- ADAPT receives $4.2M to continue additive manufacturing research with U.S. Army
- Craig Brice: "Mines has a far-reaching, rock-solid reputation in the professional world."