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Manufacturing Students Report on Fellowship Experience

David Blumenfeld describes the machine used to manufacture a five-axis frustum Matthew Cox, second from left, answers questions about some of the prototypes he created and tested Manufacturing engineering technology students David Blumenfeld and Matthew Cox presented the research they performed during a summer fellowship at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Maryland. Cox, of Selinsgrove, presented his research into 3-D printing, and Blumenfeld, of Lincroft, N.J.,presented research into creation and measurement of a five-axis part. The pair were among about 150 students from colleges around the nation who were selected for NIST’s Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship.

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