Additive Manufacturing for Advanced Cooling Technologies

on November 27, 2017

Oak Ridge National Laboratory is a leading research institute developing Additive Manufacturing (AM) methods for advanced cooling technologies. In the presentation linked below below, see how ORNL, in collaboration with Sandia National Laboratories Penn State University’s Applied Research Laboratory, uses Robo-Met.3D® as a dedicated Automated Serial Sectioning and Imaging System to analyze molybdenum refractory metal isotope target and assembly fabrication. This was presented at FESAC TEC Workshop June 20-22, 2017.

 

 

 

 

Find the presentation here: Additive Manufacturing for Advanced Cooling Technologies

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