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JULY 02, 2018 | NEWS

See the photos from the symposium The Center for Additive Manufacturing and Logistics (CAMAL) played host to industry and academic leaders in the field of additive manufacturing (AM). On the first night of the 2018 AM Symposium, CAMAL treated their guests to a tour their world-class additive manufacturing laboratory and unveiled their new 3D laser … Continued

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CAMAL Unveils 3D Printer at AM Symposium

JULY 02, 2018 | NEWS

See the photos from the symposium The Center for Additive Manufacturing and Logistics (CAMAL) played host to industry and academic leaders in the field of additive manufacturing (AM). On the first night of the 2018 AM Symposium, CAMAL treated their guests to a tour their world-class additive manufacturing laboratory and unveiled their new 3D laser … Continued

2018 CAMAL Additive Manufacturing Symposium

JULY 02, 2018 | NEWS

At their 2018 Additive Manufacturing Symposium, the Center for Additive Manufacturing and Logistics unveils their latest 3D Printer that they received from GE. Read about the Symposium

Summer Camp 2018

JUNE 11, 2018 | NEWS

For the last several years, CAMAL has hosted an additive manufacturing summer camp for rising high school juniors and seniors. It is an opportunity for the students to discover the world of 3D printing. Along with touring NC State’s campus as well as several manufacturing plants, campers learned CAD, tensile testing, using the 3D scanners, … Continued

Faculty Profile: Ola Harrysson

NOVEMBER 27, 2017 | NEWS

When they are young, many students dream of becoming professional athletes, high-profile chefs, or movie stars. Dr. Ola Harrysson, Fitts Distinguished Professor, had a different idea of what he wanted to be when he grew up In Sweden, Dr. Harrysson’s home country, students select a career path in high school and follow that throughout their … Continued

The Oerlikon Hackathon with SME & ASME

OCTOBER 30, 2017 | NEWS

The Oerlikon Hackathon, highlighted on the homepage recently, was an event sponsored by Oerlikon to encourage students to be involved with additive manufacturing design. Oerlikon worked with two different NCSU students groups, SME and ASME, to put on the event over the weekend of Oct. 20-22. There was an excellent turnout of students; see below: … Continued

Dr. Harrysson visits (and presents at) CCAM

OCTOBER 30, 2017 | NEWS

Dr. Ola Harrysson, Edward P. Fitts Distinguished Professor and co-director of CAMAL, gave a presentation at the Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing (CCAM) on Oct. 25 on “Material Development for the Electron Beam Melting Process: Challenges and Successes”. The presentation was part of CCAM’s 1st Annual Additive Manufacturing Day. CCAM, located just outside of Richmond, VA,  … Continued

A few updates, including SFF and MS&T

OCTOBER 17, 2017 | NEWS

While we haven’t been doing a good job of keeping the world informed about the various things going on at CAMAL, a lot has been happening here for the past 6 months. To list a few items: Back in August, we were very well represented by our faculty and graduate student group at SFF in … Continued

Additive Camp 2017

JUNE 20, 2017 | NEWS

As mentioned under “Recent Events” we conducted our 3rd additive manufacturing summer camp for rising juniors and seniors in high school during the week of June 11, 2017. Sid Collins, a rising Sophomore in mechanical engineering here at State, was the lead camp counselor this year under the tutelage of Dr. Ola Harrysson. Working with … Continued

Back to the roots, again!

APRIL 24, 2017 | NEWS

Friday, April 21, 2017, I (Steve Walker) attended the Grand Opening of the brand new Christopher Guy Showroom located right smack dab in the middle of downtown High Point, NC, between the IHFC building (a truly massive structure) and the Showtime building on South Hamilton Street. It’s a beautiful building, inside and out, and is … Continued

Engineering Open House, 2017

MARCH 21, 2017 | NEWS

Saturday, March 18, was our annual Engineering Open House from 9 AM to 1:30 PM. All departments throughout the College of Engineering participate (I think). The event usually starts on Centennial Campus, after which visitors make their way over to us on the North Campus. We were ready with bells on, so to speak, with … Continued