Composites World cites UMaine ASCC collaboration with Oak Ridge National Laboratory

In an article about low-void, large-scale, high-volume 3D printed composites, Composites World noted that Oak Ridge National Laboratory, a leader in the development of these materials, works closely with the University of Maine Advanced Structures and Composites Center on the development of cellulose nanofibrils and applications of these materials using a variety of manufacturing processes. The publication reported that in one pilot project, two molds for seven-piece, 100-foot offshore wind blades were built on UMaine’s 3D printer using cellulose nanofibril materials.