Summary: The Additively Manufactured Interpenetrating Phase Composite project is a collaborative effort between Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Rice University.

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3D printing makes the creation of the initial mold cheaper and faster, and as Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) recently discovered, the combination of 3D printing with traditional casting also results in stronger, more damage-tolerant components. In a recently published paper… a team of ORNL researchers details how they used a two-step process to fabricate strong composite metal parts.


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