Medina defends dissertation and heads to Arcam

Defending his dissertation entitled "Reducing Metal Alloy Powder Costs for use in Powder Bed Fusion Additive Manufacturing: Improving the Economics for Production" on Friday the 23rd of August, Frank Medina graduated and headed to Tennessee.  He will be joining the Swedish company Arcam – manufacturer of the Electron Beam Melting system used for 3D printing metals objects for biomedical or aerospace applications.   Frank will be in Oak Ridge, Tennessee supporting the famous research facility, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, which was involved in the Manhattan project in World War 2.