Technology Innovations in 3D Printing, Robotics, and Additives for Drag Reduction in Pipes

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This issue of Advanced Manufacturing TOE profiles developments in 3D printing, robotics, and additives for drag reduction in pipes. Innovations include an additive polymer agent that drastically reduces drag rates in pipes, a coconut fiber used as drag reduction agent in circular pipes, an active copolymer solution compatible with various hydrocarbon fluids, additive manufacturing for high-strength aluminum, an automated wire-arc welding technology to retain component strength, a 3D printing platform for high-speed 3d printers, a novel 3D printing technique for soft robotics, metal 3D printing tools for advanced metal additive manufacturing, a metal 3D printing technology for medical products, and a flying 3D p

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Technology Innovations in 3D Printing, Robotics, and Additives for Drag Reduction in PipesRecent Developments in Advanced Manufacturing TechnologiesAdditive Polymer Agent Drastically Reduces Drag Rates in Pipes Coconut Fiber as Drag Reduction Agent in Circular PipesActive Copolymer Solution Compatible with Various Hydrocarbon Fluids Additive Manufacturing for High-strength Aluminum Automated Wire-Arc Welding Technology to Retain Component Strength3D Printing Platform for High-speed 3D PrintersNovel 3D Printing Technique for Soft RoboticsMetal 3D Printing Tools for Advanced Metal Additive ManufacturingMetal 3D Printing Technology for Medical ProductsFlying 3D Printer to Print Large StructuresIndustry ContactsIndustry Contacts




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