Fabrisonic’s NASA JPL Support Recognized in NASA Tech. PublicationApril 29, 2022
Successful technology and capability developments in support of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) have earned Fabrisonic coverage in the latest of NASA’s Spinoff 2022 publications.
The article, “Pounding Metal Parts into Profit: A novel additive manufacturing technique combines metals and embeds sensors,” details how Fabrisonic’s Ultrasonic Additive Manufacturing (UAM) process could be used to create a lighter-weight, higher-performing heat exchanger.
“The federal government’s Small Business Innovation Research SBIR program is a godsend to small businesses as it allows us non-dilutive funding to perfect our craft,” comments Mark Norfolk, CEO of Fabrisonic.
The SBIR program has allowed Fabrisonic to hone its UAM process into a viable technology that can pay large dividends in aerospace applications.