Neighborhood 91 is the first development in the world to both condense and connect all components of the AM/3D Printing supply chain into one powerful production ecosystem attracting the likes of Arencibia and Wabtec to call it home.
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’
Pittsburgh International Airport, Pennsylvania, USA, has announced plans for a new development titled Neighborhood 91, designed to bring together and connect all components of the Additive Manufacturing supply chain into a ‘production neighborhood’, forming what it describes as an epicentre for AM.
Pittsburgh International Airport has announced plans for Neighborhood 91, the world’s first development to condense and connect all components of the additive manufacturing /3D printing supply chain into one powerful production neighborhood concept.
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.