The CRPM currently has ten AM machines which makes it one of the best equipped AM centres of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere.
EOSINT P technology to manufacture (laser-sintered) plastic prototypes in nylon and Aluminium/Nylon matrix materials.
EOSINT P technology can be used to manufacture polystyrene sacrificial parts to be utilized during the investment casting process.
EOS Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) technology to manufacture prototypes, products and mould inserts directly in metal alloys.
EOS DMLS technology to manufacture prototypes and prosthesis directly in titanium.
3D SYSTEMS and EnvisionTEC technologies to manufacture resin-based prototypes which have a good surface finish and accuracy.
EOSINT S technology to manufacture sand cores and moulds using the direct Croning™ process.
CUT partners with Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyCUT News Research and Innovation Partnerships
Front row from left: Prof. Alfred Ngowi, Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Research, Innovation and Engagement,...
CUT student named 2019 Enactus South Africa Excellent Student LeaderFaculty of Health and Environmental Sciences CUT News Students
Glorious moment for Mr Thembisile Tyopo, the 2019 WV de Wet Student Leader Excellence Award winner (right),...
6th Innovation in Learning and Teaching Conference at CUT a successCUT News Teaching and Learning CILT
Academics and presenters at the 6th innovation in learning and teaching conference who shared different...