Jack Beuth on PBS SciTechNow
The possibilities of 3D printing seem to be endless. At the cutting edge is Jack Beuth, professor of mechanical engineering at Carnegie Mellon University. He argues that in the next five years, metal 3D printing will provide key advances. It could revolutionize the fields of aerospace defense alternative energy and more. Watch Beuth on SciTechNow.

Media Coverage



January 12: Computer Vision System Automates Characterization of Metal Powder, Additive Manufacturing Magazine



November 30: 3D Printing in Manufacturing: Visualizing A New Mode of Production, Business News Daily

October 4: Trib to moderate discussion on 3D printing with PwC, CMU, TribLive

October 2: Integrating Metal Additive Manufacturing – 10 Questions to Ask, ENGINEERING.com

September 6: Argonne efforts accelerate 3-D printing journey, Argonne National Labs

August 15: Carnegie Mellon researchers identify suitable 3D printing alloys with new rapid screening method, 3ders.org

August 10: Industry experts explore growth of additive manufacturing in Pittsburgh and beyond, NEXTPittsburgh

August 1: Rapid Screening Method for New 3D-Printing Alloys, Industrial Heating

July 10: 7 Issues to Look Out for in Metal 3D Printing, ENGINEERING.com

June 7: Controls for additive manufacturing, 3-D printing, Control Engineering

June 7: Carnegie Mellon engineers sort metal 3D printing powders with 95% accuracy using new machine vision tech, 3ders.org

June 6: Could Pittsburgh Become the Silicon Valley of 3D Printing?, OZY

May 22: Public-Private Coordination Building Bridge to Pittsburgh's 3D Printing Future, U.S. News & World Report

May 18: Science in the Age of Experience Focuses on Digital Pathway from Concept to Production with Additive Manufacturing Symposium, 3DPrint.com

May 9: Reimagining 3D Metal Printing, Industrial Heating

May 4: Printed Planes, Plane & Pilot

May 2: RAPID + TCT Event To Demonstrate $6 Billion 3D Printing Industry Strength, Forbes

April 23: 3-d printing, industrial revolution could be forming in Clark County, The Columbian

April 3: RAPID + TCT Returns to “The Steel City” as Metal 3D Printing Advances, 3DPrint.com

March 30: Winner Announced for the Modeling Challenge for Additive Manufacturing, America Makes

March 27: Metal 3D printing, PBS SciTech Now

March 27: Printing out a plane, piece by piece, Scienceline

March 17: RAPID + TCT to Feature 3D Printed Pittsburgh Bridge Replicas, 3DPrint.com

March 13: The NextManufacturing Center at Carnegie Mellon University, AdditiveManufacturing.com

February 24: Why benefits of 3D printing are attracting more manufacturers, TechTarget

February 10: 3D Metal Printing—What's Next?, 3D Metal Printing Magazine

January 11: What will 2017 mean for 3D printing with metals?, Manufacturers' Monthly



December 29: 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing Will Grow in 2017: New and Better Materials, DesignNews

December 28: 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing Will Grow in 2017: Manufacturing Processes, DesignNews

November 25: Transforming Industry With 3D Printing, Manufacturing Business Technology

November 14: Overcoming the Challenges of 3D Printing with Metals (Part Two), Industrial Heating

November 11: 3-D Printing Expands to Metals, Showing Industrial Promise, The Wall Street Journal

October 31: SME Hosts 3D Scan of Pittsburgh Bridge for Upcoming RAPID + TCT 3D Technology Event, 3DPrint.com

October 31: Len Boselovic’s Heard off the Street: Clemente Bridge souvenirs show off 3-D printing, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

October 26: SME Hosts First-Ever 3D Scan of Pittsburgh Bridge, Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME)

October 21: Educators and Industry Discuss Need for Engineering Education to Adapt to AM, AM Magazine

October 13: SAE International Signs on as Founding Member of CMU NextManufacturing Center Additive Manufacturing Consortium, SAE International

October 7: From Assembly Line To Digital Thread: The Factory Of The Future Is Here, And It’s Here To Stay, GE Reports

September 26: Overcoming the Challenges of 3D Printing with Metals, Industrial Heating 

September 16: Solving Porosity Issues in Metal 3-D Printing with Anthony Rollett of Next Manufacturing Center (Podcast)

September 14: Microfabrica’s Tiny Revolution, Michael Belfiore

August 15: Carnegie Mellon Launches 3D Print Consortium, RapidReady by Desktop Engineering

August 9: NextManufacturing Center launches consortium to promote additive manufacturing, NEXTPittsburgh

August 3: Carnegie Mellon U aims to unlock industrial 3D printing potential with new consortium that includes GE, Alcoa and United States Steel, 3ders.org

August 2: Carnegie Mellon U Launches 3D Printing Initiative, Campus Technology

July 30: New 3-D view of manufacturing, Times Union Albany

July 29: CMU launches consortium to unlock potential of 3-D printing, Pittsburgh Business Times

July 26: New additive manufacturing consortium sets out to unlock the potential of 3-D printing in the U.S., Phys.org

July 23: CMU center relives city’s industrial past, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Reading Eagle, Imagine Pittsburgh

June 8: What 3-D Printing Can Do for Metals, The Wall Street Journal

May 13: 3D Printing’s ‘Tipping Point’, Manufacturing Engineering

March 25: Pittsburgh stands poised to become a hub for 3-D printing, Pittsburgh Business Times

March 23: Taking a close look at metal 3-D printing, U.S. Dept. of Energy, Office of Science

March 21: Taking a close look at metal 3-D printing, Phys.org

March 21: 3D Printing Industry Catches Capitol Hill Attention, Composites Manufacturing

March 17: Policymakers Want to Know More About 3D Printing & Economic Impact—Carnegie Mellon Faculty Participate in Briefing to Congress, 3DPrint.com

March 4: Intense X-rays expose tiny flaws in 3-D printed titanium that can lead to breakage over time, Argonne National Laboratory

February 22: 5 Key Advances for Metal Additive Manufacturing, Engineering.com

February 16: 3D metals printing: how will it look in five years?, Global Manufacturing

February 12: Carnegie Mellon professor predicts 5 key advances in metal 3d printing, www.3ders.org

January 4: Additive manufacturing takes off in aerospace industry, ASSEMBLY Magazine 



November 20: Pittsburgh Region’s Additive Manufacturing Boom, WPXI’s Our Region’s Business 

November 2: Why Pittsburgh is becoming a hub for additive manufacturing (think 3D printing), NEXTPittsburgh

June 16: Carnegie Mellon College of Engineering projects top 10 list for 3D printed metal applications, www.3ders.org

June 15: What’s hot in 3D printing out of metal, 3D Printing Progress

June 14: What’s Hot in 3D Metal Printing – Carnegie Mellon Professors Tell Us, 3DPrint.com

May 12: Carnegie Mellon University Stays True to History with ‘Additive Manufacturing for Engineers’ Course, 3DPrint.com

May 11: Carnegie Mellon Offers 3D Printing Courses, Campus Technology


Campus News

3-D printing remakes the strain gauge

Looking through the eyes of a 3-D printer

Kara and Ulu's development means lighter weights, lower costs in additive manufacturing

Using machine vision for 3-D printing

NextM to host 3-D printing symposium

Undergrads build with new metal 3-D printer