Advanced Manufacturing Technology Alert. Novel Manufacturing Process to Produce Metal Rotor Blades for Wind Turbines; Innovative Joining Technique to Use Aluminum in the Auto Industry

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This issue profiles a novel manufacturing process to produce metal rotor blades for wind turbines, an innovative joining technique to use aluminum in the auto industry, and a method for printing kesterite solar cells using inkjet printing technology.

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Advanced Manufacturing Technology Alert. Novel Manufacturing Process to Produce Metal Rotor Blades for Wind Turbines; Innovative Joining Technique to Use Aluminum in the Auto IndustryIn This Issue1. NOVEL MANUFACTURING PROCESS TO PRODUCE METAL ROTOR BLADES FOR WIND TURBINES2. INNOVATIVE JOINING TECHNIQUE TO USE ALUMINUM IN THE AUTO INDUSTRY3. METHOD FOR PRINTING KESTERITE SOLAR CELLS USING INKJET PRINTING TECHNOLOGY4. PATENT ANALYSIS OF LASER DEPOSIT WELDING




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