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Researchers have successfully installed 3D printed parts into a nuclear reactor.
Researchers at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory seem to have developed a way to optimize printing with multiple toolheads.
Researchers have developed a method of successfully 3D printing power poles for practical use in the field.
Charles Goulding Jr. considers the future of nuclear energy and its acceleration via 3D printing.
Dr. Amy Elliott is a full research staff at Oak Ridge National Lab where she serves as principle investigator for binder jet additive manufacturing (AM).
A test device made by the Oak Ridge National Lab has developed a prototype device that can more efficiently capture CO2.