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LLNL partners with FATHOM to develop new additive manufacturing technology
30 April 2014
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) has entered into a technology development partnership with FATHOM, a company specializing in 3D printing and additive manufacturing. The collaboration combines FATHOM’s advanced industry knowledge with LLNL’s research and development capabilities and broad domain expertise in applied science and engineering to commercialize new additive manufacturing technologies.
Leveraging these combined strengths, FATHOM and LLNL will collaborate on new material development, processing, testing and characterization, as well as application of specific advancements such as hardware and software.
FATHOM has applied its manufacturing capabilities to technologies in a range of industries, including energy, medical, electronics, consumer goods and the environment.
LLNL is a founding member of the California Network for Manufacturing Innovation (CNMI), a non-profit established for the purpose of promoting manufacturing competitiveness in California through a collaboration of industry, national laboratories, technical assistance, government agencies, academia, workforce and economic development organizations.
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