Low-Cost Manufacturing Tools for the Automotive Industry
Clemson University researchers are developing new ways for 3D-printing affordable manufacturing tools for the automotive industry - see how they combine AI, inverse design, and additive manufacturing to drive research.
“The composite tool is a low-cost technology,” said Srikanth Pilla , the project’s principal investigator. “At the same time, you can recycle the tools we will be creating. That’s why we decided to repurpose innovations that happened in the Clemson Composite Center for these kinds of applications.”