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On this page you will find news and information from Mid Sweden University, collected under the tag ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING. This page is created based on the tag you clicked to get here.

There are 7 English pages and 14 Swedish pages that are tagged with ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING. The content may vary depending on language.

3D-printing for the future

Ten years ago, Mid Sweden University acquired a 3D-printer for SEK 7 million. It provided researchers with unique opportunities and an advantage over the...

Cryotherapy of skeletal cancer

Treatment of skeletal cancer is today an extensive procedure, both in terms of the procedure itself, but also regarding the patient's recovery time...

INNOKOMP

The project INNOKOMP, Innovative powder-based component technology, focuses on powder, a green technology, as raw material for further processing. Part of...

Amorphous metals

The project aims to produce so called amorphous metals by additive manufacturing. These types of metals have a durability that far exceeds most...

  • EBM components for ITER fusion reactor

    27 April - 2017

    Components needed to build the fusion technology test reactor (ITER) can be successfully manufactured using 3D printing EBM method. Progress in this...

  • Additive manufacturing

    12 April - 2017

    The lab for additive manufacturing enables to create advanced components in a variety of materials from a 3D model in the computer, complex geometries...

  • Technology which could unlock the power of fusion energy

    30 September - 2016

    Additive manufacturing is about to revolutionise the industry. The technique enables advanced components, which were previously complex and costly to...