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Texas Additive Manufacturer Expands To Neighborhood 91

Cumberland Additive will leverage recent growth in the aerospace, defense, and space sectors by expanding operations to the Neighborhood 91 (N91) Additive Manufacturing (AM) production campus at Pittsburgh International Airport.

By |2023-11-08T17:44:53+00:00June 21, 2021|Additive, Manufacturing, Metal Powder, Neighborhood 91|0 Comments

Neighborhood 91 Poised to Become a Pittsburgh AM Powerhouse

“Additive manufacturing (AM) isn't a technology, it's a system of technologies.” John Barnes is right on the Read More

By |2023-11-08T17:55:32+00:00May 13, 2021|3-D Printing, Airport, Metal Powder, Neighborhood 91, Region|0 Comments

Wabtec Corporation, Wilmerding, Pennsylvania, USA, has announced that it will join Neighborhood 91, the Additive Manufacturing production campus at Pittsburgh’s International Airport Innovation Campus, as its first ‘anchor tenant’

This article was originally published on Metal AM on October 19, 2020. Wabtec Corporation, Wilmerding, Pennsylvania, USA, Read More

Neighborhood 91 will make an impact, one manufacturer at a time

Originally published in Industry Today on March 30, 2020. By Laura Ely and David Storer Read More

Pittsburgh and its airport are staking their claim – as a global cluster for additive manufacturing.

Originally published in Forbes on February 18, 2020. By Rich Blake In recent decades, South Read More

There are many 3D printing clusters around the world, specializing in areas like 3D bioprinting and research. But we’ve never seen one that includes all the elements of the AM supply chain in a single space – until now.

Originally published on on October 30, 2019   There are many 3D printing clusters around the Read More

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