All of the news, events, and happenings going on at the Center for Additive Manufacturing and Logistics (CAMAL) at NC State University in Raleigh, NC.
NC State's College of Engineering actively seeks students with a military background for their graduate engineering programs.
At a time when the expectation is that we should all stay apart, CAMAL has come together with others to save the life of a dog and further medical research.
NC State's CAMAL and the DLA Aviation signed a memorandum of understanding for a strategic partnership on metal additive manufacturing or metal 3D printing.
Since Julie Swann joined NC State in 2017 as head of the ISE Department, the University’s Think and Do mantra has continued to resonate with her.
The new Fitts-Woolard Hall has hit many milestones. You can now add to that list the ISE Department taking beneficial occupancy on July 24, 2020.
NC State's Board of Trustees approved the removal of the name Daniels Hall from the building after outcries from alumni and a petition by students.
The Class of 2020 includes many members who will pursue further education or careers in service-related fields including the OR Department's Blake Schwartz.
A team of CAMAL faculty and students are 3D-printing face shields for the healthcare professionals at WakeMed Hospital.
U.S. Army and NC State researchers have developed a computational model that can be used to expedite military operations aimed at evacuating noncombatants.
Last spring, the Center for Additive Manufacturing and Logistics (CAMAL) unveiled its newest 3D laser printer. The printer, donated by the Additive Education Program of GE, was given to help speed up the growth of additive manufacturing in the Center. A year later, GE was back to see the results of their investment. The first … Continued