Protolabs Joins MIT's Additive Manufacturing Consortium

December 10, 2018

Additive-manufacturing (AM) company Protolabs, Maple Plain, MN, has become a founding member of MIT’s newly formed Center for Additive and Digital Advanced Production Technologies (ADAPT) — a consortium focused on scaling new manufacturing technology through research, education, actionable insights, and an MIT-based ecosystem that pairs industry and academia.
“My hope is that ADAPT will not only evolve additive manufacturing as a viable digital-manufacturing solution for prototyping, but also end-use production. We are thrilled to be a founding member,” says Vicki Holt, president and CEO at Protolabs. Joining Protolabs as founding members of ADAPT are Autodesk, General Motors, and Volkswagen, to name a few.
Industry-Related Terms: Additive manufacturing
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