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Lightweight Materials, Materials

LIFT—Lightweight Innovations For Tomorrow, a Manufacturing USA institute operated by the American Lightweight Materials Innovation Institute (ALMMII), today announced a new phase of its “Fast Forge” program, providing opportunities for companies to submit project ideas for funding.

Launching Monday, April 1, the “Fast Forge” program at LIFT is...

Announcement, Education, Lightweight Materials, Public Private Partnerships, STEM

A Heroes’ Alliance after-school Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) program, focused on lightweighting and additive manufacturing technologies in vehicles, has found a new home at the LIFT – Lightweight Innovations For Tomorrow research and development facility in the Corktown neighborhood of Detroit.

The program – now in the second...

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Lightweight Materials

The Lightweight Innovations for Tomorrow (LIFT) program is initiating a new phase for its Fast Forge program, which solicits new ideas for lightweight materials projects and puts together teams to develop and commercialize those new technologies more speedily than LIFT’s larger objectives.

LIFT is public-private partnership focused on developing...

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Additive Manufacturing, Education, Workforce

Youngstown East is one of only three high schools in the country selected to be part of a pilot program to teach students advanced manufacturing -- because manufacturing no longer means large buildings with assembly lines. Advanced manufacturing means learning about robots and 3D printing.

CEO Krish Mohip and teacher Jim Alexi explained the...

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Lightweight Materials, Materials

LIFT—Lightweight Innovations For Tomorrow, a Manufacturing USA institute operated by the American Lightweight Materials Innovation Institute (ALMMII), today announced a new phase of its “Fast Forge” program, providing opportunities for companies to submit project ideas for funding.

Launching Monday, April 1, the “Fast Forge” program at LIFT is...