Additive manufacturing is ripe for research and development because the field is so new (relatively) and there are so many unturned stones. 3DC knows this personally as they are actively engaged in AM R&D working on patentable solutions. Currently 3DC has two provisional patents in AM with the University of North Florida, and has filed for and SBIR opportunity focusing on 3d printed antennas for the Air Force.
If you are looking for a small certified business to help on a patent or grant opportunity in AM, feel free to reach out as we have a staff of engineers and the experience to pursue grants and patents. It is a chief goal of 3DC to contribute to the field of AM and move it along however possible. In addition, if you feel you would like some help in your AM R&D efforts, let us know.
- 3D Printing Research and Experimentation
- Partnering for AM Small Business Innovation Research Grants
- Other AM Grant or Patent Partnering
- 3D Printed Injection Mold Coating To Extend Lifetime And Performance
- Method To Decrease The Processing Time For Direct Metal Laser Sintering
- Metal 3D Printing
- Polymer 3D Printing
- 3D Scanning
- Reverse Engineering
- CAD File Repair for 3D Printing
- Research & Development
- Process & Industrial Engineering
UNF Publication on DMLS Technology (Coming Soon)