In a non-exclusive licensing agreement, Momentum Technologies will commercialize ORNL's 3D printed magnet technology

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In October of 2016, researchers from TU Wien announced that they had used 3D printing to create strong permanent magnets. About a month later, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), which recently announced its new director, did the same thing, and released a study on how 3D printed permanent magnets can outperform those created by traditional methods, while at the same time conserving rare materials. While magnets may look simple, they often have a greater purpose than holding your pictures on the fridge or keeping your shoes laced.

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Thursday, June 8, 2017 - 08:30
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