Manufacturing & Materials
Amnova is developing large format additive manufacturing hybrid systems.
The systems function like most typical cartesian 3D Printers. However, the physics of 3D Printing changes as one scales production volume. Using first principles, I recreated a system refined for large format production.
The design idea aims to address several problems. Firstly, it tackles the underutilization of agricultural waste, specifically rice husk ash, in developing countries like Nigeria. By using rice husk ash as a filler in composite materials,
Design, Development and Research of Leaves Collector Extracted by Pet Bottle Made Fiber for Green, 3R at Zero Cost
Pet bottle plastic last million years without decay under normal conditions. So that this pet bottles plastics can be used for applications that can last several years. Metallic wires takes rust and expensive and need complex extrusion processes to make.
Leaves collector trays.
Does spilled tea or coffee on saucers bother you like it does me? Well, this elevated saucer provides a great solution.
When drinking beverages we mostly use saucers to keep the spillage of the drink from touching the table, our clothing or anything under the cup we're drinking with.
The goal of this idea is to generate 3D shapes from molten ferrous materials using ultrasonics.
I've had this idea for years now. Having used both traditional manufacturing and 3d printing extensively, I wondered if there was a way to have the best of both worlds.
This is a concept that includes a manufacturing process in the construction and assembly of multiple rows and multiple tubes in face of Heat Pipes. The introduction of stamped obstructions in the airflow and the heat transfer rate increases as opposed to no induced obstructions.
We are a young team of aerospace engineers and 3D printing enthusiasts incubated at the lush green campus of National Institute of Technology Karnataka (NITK) Surathkal.
Aakruthi 3D aims to be India’s own tech giant by developing and commercializing Indigenous technologies.
Time's up! We are in the "tipping point."
So, we're commercializing a piece of NASA R&D for generating cleansing aerosols. These naturally occurring aerosols are what moderate the levels of GHGs in our atmosphere.
Through a recent NSF Convergence Fellowship,
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