Advanced Manufacturing News

ADVANCED MANUFACTURING STUDENTS INNOVATE SOLUTIONS DURING COVID-19 CRISIS

Three Advanced Manufacturing master’s students were awarded Most Innovative Design for their team’s solution to the COVID-19 Maker Challenge: First Responders, the first of five events in a program designed to find innovative solutions to challenges faced by essential workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. Read more  »

TEAMS DESIGN NEXT-GENERATION ROVER WHEELS IN INAUGURAL MANUFACTURING INNOVATION CHALLENGE

In honor of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo moon landing, the Advanced Manufacturing Program challenged students from across the university to redesign the lunar rover wheel using modern fabrication methods with the future exploration of our solar system in mind. Read more »

ADVANCED MANUFACTURING CONTRIBUTES TO COLORADO’S MAKE4COVID

A team of Advanced Manufacturing master’s students and others printed headbands for medical face shields as part of a coalition of Colorado manufacturers and makers working to provide health care professionals with needed personal protective equipment. Read more »

 

ADVANCED MANUFACTURING BUILDS 3D-PRINTED TITANIUM IRON MAN SUIT FOR ‘SAVAGE BUILDS’

Craig Brice and a team of AMFG master’s students partnered with EOS to build a full-size Iron Man suit for Adam Savage and his new show “Savage Builds.” Check out videos of the building process and the full episode, including the suit in jet-powered flight. Read more »