FDM project

CALM researchers 3D printed carbon nano tube reinforced PEEK polymer via material extrusion.

News about CALM

Victrex and University of Exeter partnership to progress additive manufacturing to the next level (02/10/18)

The University of Exeter will play a pivotal role in the development of the UK Additive Manufacturing (AM) sector, through a multi-million pound partnership with Victrex; a collaboration designed to exploit the full potential of high-performance PAEK polymers in Additive Manufacturing.

Is PAEK Additive Manufacturing (AM) now a reality? September 2018  Aerospace Manufacturing Article

Find out how CALM has contributed to the research of the next generation of high performance polymers.

High Performance Polymers - a new era of development  August 2017Materials World Article

High-performance polymers could hold the key to the development of new materials for additive manufacturing. 

Performance polymers for performance parts - November 2016 - Aerospace Manufacturing Article

Latest research and industry developments presented at the 2nd European stategy event hosted by CALM at the University of Exeter.

Researchers successfully 3D print carbon nanotube (CNT) reinforced PEEK

Researchers at CALM have expanded on their leading expertise of high temperature laser sintering of carbon reinforced PEEK composites by successfully 3D printing carbon nanotube reinforced PEEK polymer via material extrusion.

CALM hosts Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills

Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills Rt Hon Vince Cable was shown some of the University’s most innovative research-focused activities as part of a recent visit to the Streatham Campus.

Artists engage with 3D printing technology

CALM has teamed up with Exeter Phoenix to offer artists the opportunity to explore the emerging technologies of 3D printing.

Violins 'printed' in Exeter

The University of Exeter’s new Centre for Additive Layer Manufacturing (CALM) is set to make some noise in the classical music world by ‘printing’ two violins.

Minister of State for Universities and Science visits Exeter

Minister of State for Universities and Science David Willetts MP visited the University of Exeter’s Streatham Campus on Monday 26 September.

The future of manufacturing comes to Exeter

A £2.6 million facility at the University of Exeter is set to become a leading centre for a manufacturing technique which could revolutionise the way things are made.

 

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