PolyOne: Collaboration with University of Dayton
PolyOne Corporation, Avon Lake OH/USA, a global provider of specialized polymer materials, services and solutions, will participate in a three-year collaboration project with university and industry experts to develop advanced materials and production parts using 3-D printing technology, also known as additive manufacturing.
The project is made possible through an Ohio Third Frontier grant of nearly USD 3 million to the University of Dayton Research Institute, which will collaborate with PolyOne and other companies to develop and produce polymer formulations that will be used in specialty applications for the aerospace and automotive industry. Other project participants include GE Aviation, Rapid Prototype & Manufacturing Inc. and Stratasys.
The Ohio Third Frontier is a technology-based economic development initiative that provides funding for open innovation, entrepreneurial support, value chain development, and expansion of a skilled talent pool that can support technology-based economic growth.
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