Robo-Met Wrap-Up 2022
December 19, 2022
Robo-Met stayed strong and made new strides worth noting in 2022! Read more about your favorite materials characterization team and their developments.
Materials Characterization Research
Robo-Met continued its role as a robust materials characterization modality. Read up on materials characterization research featuring Robo-Met's automated material analysis in this article: "2022 Research Using Robo-Met's Materials Analysis." Looking for more Robo-Met-related research? The page contains links to previous years as well.
New Robo-Met Units and Applications
We're excited to announce that the Robo-Met family now includes the University of Pittsburgh, Fraunhofer Institute IWS in Dresden, Germany, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and Blue Origin Inc. Watch this space as more new users discover applications!
NASA SBIR Work
We were thrilled to be recognized for providing ground truth data in a Phase II NASA SBIR Award. For this project, our Robo-Met team is collaborating with Penn State University's Applied Research Laboratory (ARL). We will study non-destructive testing techniques in the additive manufacturing (AM) processes for component quality control and post-build inspection.
We were glad to see many old and new friends at TMS in CA and MS&T in PA. Missed us? Reach out to us at any time at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Robo-Met Windows 10 and ZEN Upgrades
Many customers have adopted our Robo-Met upgrades including ZEN imaging and Windows 10 functionality. Check out our ZEN integration webinar here, and see why. The security challenges solved by a Windows 10 Update are many!
Robo-Met in 2023
We're looking forward to keeping up our momentum in 2023! To keep up with us, opt-in for Robo-Met updates here, so we can share product updates, event information, and more.
From all of us here at Robo-Met, we wish you Joy in all you Celebrate this Holiday Season!