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May 2024

A7050-RAM2 receives Aluminum Association registration Elementum 3D, a leading developer and supplier of metal additive manufacturing (AM) advanced materials, print parameters, and services proudly announces the registration of its second

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April 2024

Will the successes of NASA’s RAMFIRE project lead to an operational aerospike engine? In addition to the February 2024 Momentum article, which established the viability of additive manufacturing (AM) aluminum

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March 2024

Purdue University Space Program students select A6061-RAM2 for their TADPOLE propulsion system Additive manufacturing (AM) is transforming the impossible into possible. It’s also transforming how the next generation of innovators

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February 2024

A6061-RAM2 sets significant milestone; NASA to share RAMFIRE data and process with commercial stakeholders and academia. NASA continues to add to the United States’ ability to reimagine the future of

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January 2024

America Makes Selects Elementum 3D to Lead “Proliferation of AM Aluminum Alloy Material Datasets” Team Elementum 3D awarded $2,875,000 to expand availability of statistically based industrially relevant AM material. Elementum

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December 2023

Elementum 3D’s AM materials product line expands to include a ductile, high-strength aluminum alloy that eliminates the need for heat treatment Elementum 3D is excited to announce the expansion of

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November 2023

U.S. Army leverages Elementum 3D technology Back in September 2023, we informed our readers about the U.S. Army Futures Command (AFC) awarding Elementum 3D a Phase II SBIR contract. Well,

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October 2023

TAE’s Plasma Generator system optimized with the power of AM The benefits of additive manufacturing (AM) are attractive to many manufacturers, and TAE is one manufacturer taking advantage of these

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September 2023

U.S. Army leverages Elementum 3D technology for future readiness Elementum 3D was recently awarded a Phase II SBIR contract with the U.S. Army Futures Command (AFC) to develop high-strength aluminum

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August 2023

RAM technology is solving the Navy’s need for a reliable AM-ready high temperature material As of August 2023, Elementum 3D is halfway through a two-year Phase II SBIR project funded

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July 2023

Elementum 3D to lead project focused on modeling additive geometries with novel materials for aerospace applications Elementum 3D (E3D) was recently awarded $500,000 in funding through the America Makes Cooperative

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June 2023

JPL qualifies Elementum 3D A6061-RAM2™ material for flight hardware production The quest for new materials for use in space exploration has found success in additive manufacturing. On April 21, 2021,

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May 2023

Pure copper properties improved To achieve cutting edge performance, there is a constant need for advancements that push the boundaries of technology. Through rigorous materials engineering of our commercially pure

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April 2023

Elementum 3D launches new high-strength aluminum alloy that eliminates the need for heat treatment Elementum 3D, is set to launch its revolutionary A5083-RAM5 aluminum alloy at the upcoming Rapid +

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March 2023

IN625-RAM2 Optimized Parameters for Unparalleled Speed Elementum 3D is excited to announce the pilot release of a new high-speed printing parameter set for our IN625-RAM2 enhanced nickel superalloy. Our team

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February 2023

Momentum builds We have set many lofty yet achievable internal and external goals for 2023 and are pleased to report that our team has already secured more purchase orders and

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January 2023

A2024-RAM2 fatigue properties are examined for industrial production qualification The recent Science Direct article titled “Microstructure and Fatigue Properties of Al2024-RAM2 Aluminum Alloy Obtained by Laser Powder Bed Fusion” disseminates their fatigue

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2022 Momentum Newsletter

December 2022

Wrapping up 2022 with two in-depth video podcasts   Video Podcast #1 AM Voices chats with our Founder and President of Elementum3D, Dr Jacob Nuechterlein and Director of Business Development,

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2022 Momentum Newsletter

November 2022

PRESS RELEASE Elementum 3D enters material development agreement with SLM Solutions   Lübeck, Germany – November 29th, 2022. Metal-based additive manufacturing requires a need for collaboration between hardware OEMs and

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2022 Momentum Newsletter

October 2022

Elementum 3D joins NASA and 3D Systems in AM Copper webinar – Register Now! We invite our readers to attend Deep-Tech Showcase’s “Pushing the Limits of Copper in Additive Manufacturing”

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2022 Momentum Newsletter

September 2022

REM Surface Engineering – The surface finish experts REM Surface Engineering and Elementum 3D first crossed paths at Rapid+TCT in 2018. Justin Michaud, President and CEO of REM, attended a

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2022 Momentum Newsletter

August 2022

Army & Navy STTR Phase I projects kick-off Elementum 3D recently began work on an Army STTR project that partners with Georgia Tech and Addiguru to improve the reliability of

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2022 Momentum Newsletter

July 2022

Corporate culture grows in the mud On July 24, Elementum 3D employees teamed up to test their limits physically and mentally at the “Tough Mudder” event located in Byers, Colorado.

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2022 Momentum Newsletter

June 2022

New fatigue report proves A7050-RAM2 outperforms 7050 wrought Elementum 3D’s A7050-RAM2 aluminum alloy, developed specifically for additive manufacturing, recently completed room temperature fatigue testing, and is shown below together with

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2022 Momentum Newsletter

May

High-performance metal 3D printing alloys take hold at Rapid+TCT For Elementum 3D, this year’s Rapid+TCT event marked a transition from needing to educate the industry about our patented reactive additive

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2022 Momentum Newsletter

April

Elementum 3D secures DARPA funding to develop printing process for rhenium metal Elementum 3D has been awarded a Direct to Phase II SBIR contract from DARPA to develop a robust,

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2022 Momentum Newsletter

March 2022

SAVE THE DATE: 3D Printing + Aluminum Webinar Register Now Elementum 3D invites you to attend its one-hour co-hosted “Bridging the Gap” webinar on Wednesday, April 27, at 11am (EDT).

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2022 Momentum Newsletter

February

Elementum 3D materials under the microscope The impact and advantages of Elementum 3D’s investment in a state-of-the-art Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) are already paying dividends to our customers. The Phenom

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2022 Momentum Newsletter

January 2022

A6061-RAM2 and GRCop-42 processes expanded to new AM systems A6061-RAM2 printing material parameters are being developed for 3D Systems’ DMP Flex 350 platform. Their Application Innovation Group is supporting customers like NASA

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2021 Momentum Newsletter

December 2021

Printability of nickel-based Alloy 230 solved Through a Navy Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Phase I project, Elementum 3D with Colorado School of Mines Assistant Professor Dr. Jonah Klemm-Toole and

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Patrick Callard Chief Marketing Officer

Patrick Callard earned a B.B.A. in advertising from Western Michigan University in 1990. He provides over 30 years of experience in marketing communications, new business development and market outreach.
He has managed multiple marketing projects and budgets for a variety of services and products.

Patrick also successfully grew an IT consulting business from a two-man basement business to a profitable eight employee business in 4-years. Patrick’s daily focus is to unify customer experience, brand purpose, creative communication, and marketing technology to drive the growth of the business.

Tyler Blumenthal

Tyler Blumenthal

Sales Manager, RPM Innovations, Inc.

Tyler’s message will key on blown powder Directed Energy Deposition (L-DED) for AM and repair and why this process is being realized by industry as one of the key pillars in printing thin wall part structures and large part envelope requirements.

Shawn Allan

Shawn Allan

Vice President, Lithoz America, LLC

Shawn will reveal how Lithography-based Ceramic Manufacturing (LCM) is producing high resolution, high performance technical ceramics that can serve a wide range of applications and structural materials, such as alumina, zirconia, and silicon nitride. He will also touch on how LCM has progressed into multi-material components incorporating ceramics and metals.

Jeff Lints

Jeff Lints

Founder/CEO, Fortius Metals, Inc.

Jeff’s presentation will focus on the advances in wire DED, including welding processes for wire DED (arc, laser, and e-beam), next-generation alloys for large format metal 3D printing, and use cases that can benefit from replacing large forgings, replacing large machined billets, and producing advanced tooling — enabling next generation designs.

Dr. Jacob Nuechterlein

President/Founder Elementum 3D

Dr. Jacob Nuechterlein is the founder and president of Elementum 3D in Erie, CO. He earned his Bachelor of Engineering, Master of Science, and Doctor of Philosophy at the Colorado School of Mines. Jacob has been researching, teaching, or consulting on topics such as casting and powder metallurgy for the last 14 years. Elementum 3D’s work with powder bed laser additive manufacturing is based on these principles. In addition, is thesis work in thermodynamics and formation kinetics of metal matrix composites is directly related to all 3D printing processes.