“The cutting edge technology developed through our collaboration with the mechanical engineering department at UNH will enable Turbocam to launch new products for our aerospace, industrial and automotive customers,” said general manager Jonathan Bicknell. “This new process will improve final product quality, increase product production and create new high-quality technician and engineering jobs.” 

The company claims that the project will push the frontiers of knowledge in additive manufacturing technology and performances of additively manufactured materials to the next level.

“We anticipate that the successful completion of this project will go beyond small, discrete projects typical of industry-university partnerships,” said Marko Knezevic, assistant professor of mechanical engineering at UNH. “This project could lead to a long-term strategic partnership that will merge the research-driven culture at the university with the innovation-driven environment of industry.”