Remotec and DeRoyal Industries, two East Tennessee companies, have been approved to use Department of Energy-funded Manufacturing Demonstration Facility to help build robots used by first responders and medical devices to help set difficult fractures. The companies will use the facility’s 3-D printers to “print” three dimensional components from computer models. The 3-D printing technology eliminates the traditional cutting away of material that is necessary to produce equivalent components. This is expected to reduce energy use and materials cost by 50-90 percent.

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