News Date: 06 Mar 2018
The University of Maryland’s Centre for Environmental Energy Engineering (CEEE) sums up its quest to deliver innovative approaches to energy conversion in two words: lean and green.
Keep reading to learn how the unique capabilities of Direct Metal Printing provided by 3D Systems, On Demand Manufacturing delivered design improvements and enhanced manufacturability whilst meeting CEEE's lean & green mandates.
Read the full case study here.
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