Davis Tech Sweeps SAMPE Bridge Building Competition

Megan Olsen | Standard Examiner - June 18, 2019

Jun 18, 2019
Students from Davis Technical College took first, second and third place at the state competition of the Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering (SAMPE) on April 24, where they were challenged to build carbon fiber bridges that are strong enough to bear 15,000 pounds. The students are part of the composite materials technology program at Davis Tech. Composites are a combination of materials that are stronger together than any of their individual.... Read More
Davis Tech Sweeps SAMPE Bridge Building Competition

Students from Davis Technical College took first, second and third place at the SAMPE State Engineering Competition.

Gov. Herbert Visits Stadler Rail Facility in Switzerland

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Jun 18, 2019
Stadler Rail has just opened a new permanent manufacturing location in Utah. This state-of-the-art facility — just five minutes from the Salt Lake City Airport — builds rail cars for transit authorities around the country and projects to employ 1,000 workers and generate nearly $576 million in wages. Last Friday, Gov. Herbert visited Stadler Rail’s main facility in Bussneg, Switzerland, where he met with the global leadership of Stadler and saw their efforts to expand.... Read More
Gov. Herbert Visits Stadler Rail Facility in Switzerland

Gov. Herbert visited Stadler Rail’s main facility in Bussneg, Switzerland. Stadler's North American facility is in Utah.

UAMMI, Impossible Objects Build Composite Parts for U.S. Air Force

UAMMI Press - May 27, 2019

May 27, 2019
UAMMI recently created and fit-checked its first carbon fiber 3D printed part for the Air Force- a first aid kit restraint strap for the B-1 aircraft at Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma. A year ago, the Utah Advanced Materials & Manufacturing Initiative (UAMMI) was awarded federal funds to create carbon fiber additive manufactured parts (“3D printed”) for the United States Air Force. The goal was to replace broken parts on older legacy aircraft since.... Read More
UAMMI, Impossible Objects Build Composite Parts for U.S. Air Force

UAMMI is using Impossible Objects’ composite 3D printing technology to build 3D-printed carbon fiber/thermoplastic replacement parts for defense aircraft.