Big Area Additive Manufacturing Product Overview

We are writing history with the rollout of the first Big Area Additive Manufacturing (BAAM) system, taking 3D printing to a large, industrial scale. In this video you will see an overview of this groundbreaking product. Learn more about our BAAM machine.

 

3D Printed Shelby Cobra

This is a replica of a Shelby Cobra that was 3D printed on our BAAM machine. It was placed on display at the 2015 Fabtech show.

3D Printed F-22 Raptor

This is a replica of an F-22 Raptor that was 3D printed on our BAAM machine. It was placed on display at the 2015 Fabtech show.

 

3D Printed PUV

Oak Ridge National Labs utilized our BAAM machine to 3D print a Utility Vehicle and a house. The Printed Utility Vehicle (PUV) was placed on display at the 2015 Fabtech show.

3D Printed Kayak

This kayak that was 3D printed on our BAAM machine. It was placed on display at the 2015 Fabtech show.

 

Oak Ridge National Labs Signs Agreement with Cincinnati Incorporated

DOE's Oak Ridge National Lab signed an agreement Monday, Feb. 17, 2014 with Cincinnati Incorporated to develop a large-scale polymer additive manufacturing (3-D printing) system. (Video by Michael Patrick/News Sentinel)

BAAM and CINCINNATI Success Story from the Department of Energy (DOE)

The Department of Energy (DOE) is a key funding source for Oak Ridge National Labs (ORNL) , CINCINNATI's partner for BAAM development. This video outlines the history and progress of CINCINNATI with the evolving partnership of ORNL and the DOE.

 

3D Printed Shebly Cobra at Auto Show

ORNL's newly printed 3D Shelby Cobra was showcased at the 2015 NAIAS in Detroit. This "laboratory on wheels" uses the Shelby Cobra design, celebrating the 50th anniversary of this model and honoring the first vehicle to be voted a national monument.

Strati at IMTS 2014

History was made in front of over 100,000 attendees at IMTS 2014 when Cincinnati Incorporated appeared in it's first trade show in over 60 years and printed the major components of the world's first 3D printed car. In collaboration with partners, Oak Ridge National Labs, The Department of Energy, and Local Motors, Cincinnati Incorporated's BAAM Machine (Big Area Additive Manufacturing) was featured in the AMT - The Association For Manufacturing Technology Emerging Technology Center.