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3D printed model of the spine of a patient with severe scoliosis.

Manufacturing Makes Life-Changing Surgeries Easier and Safer

For the past 30 years, 3D printers have printed medical models to help surgeons plan and rehearse surgeries. Now, this technology has progressed to the point that even complicated and rare procedures can be practiced like never before. 
Faculty Spotlight: Russell King

Faculty Spotlight | Russell King

Over his 37-year career at NC State ISE, Foscue Distinguished Professor Russell King has had fun focusing his research on solving real-world problems.
CAMAL Additive Manufacturing Symposium 2018

CAMAL Unveils 3D Printer at AM 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...
CAMAL Additive Manufacturing Symposium 2018

2018 CAMAL Additive Manufacturing Symposium

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

Summer Camp 2018

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...

Custom Titanium Horseshoes through Additive Manufacturing

Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) has applied additive manufacturing toward helping horses run better. With custom shoes, horses can enjoy a better fit...

Update on Augie The Green Sea Turtle

If you recall from the post last fall, Augie was rescued off of the coast of North Carolina with an open fracture of his right...

Additive Manufacturing and Logistics Symposium

In cooperation with the Additive Manufacturing Consortium (AMC) the Edward P. Fitts Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering is pleased to invite all AMC members to join...