2018 Outstanding Advanced Engineering Innovation
Finalist - Outstanding Advanced Engineering Innovation
The awards recognize companies in nine different categories that are transforming technology and introducing innovative products and services to the Tri-State.
2017 Goering Center Family and Private Business Award
Family and privately owned businesses account for more than half the nation’s total employment, new job creation and Gross Domestic Product. The Goering Center presents the Family and Private Business Awards to honor these enormous contributions.
2017 Cincinnati Business Courier – C-Suite Award
Finalist in CEO category
The C-Suite Awards recognizes Greater Cincinnati's top executives for their contribution and commitment to the community and their outstanding professional performance.
2017 Cincinnati Business Courier – Innovation and Technology Awards
Outstanding Advanced Engineering Innovation
The Cincinnati Business Courier named CI as a finalist for the Courier’s 2017 Innovation & Technology Awards. Added appreciation for recognizing CI as the overall winner of the Outstanding Advanced Engineering Innovation category for our development of BAAM (Big Area Additive Manufacturing).
2016 Industrial Equipment News
CI’s SAAM named one of “Top 10 New Fabricating Technologies”
Recognized BY IEN As: “Top 10 New Fabricating Technologies”
Cincinnati Incorporated has been pushing boundaries since they worked with Oak Ridge National Lab to create BAAM, the big area additive manufacturing system that printed a car a few years ago. Now, the big BAAM has a new little sister, SAAM, a small area additive manufacturing system that is the product of a partnership with Boston-based NVBOTS.
2016 Guinness Book Of World Records
CI’s BAAM prints world’s largest solid 3D printed object
Guinness Book Of World Records Title Measured & Awarded On August 29, 2016
“According to the ORNL media advisory, the lower-cost trim tool was printed in carbon fiber and ABS thermoplastic composite materials in just 30 hours. The 3D printed part is 17.5 feet long, 5.5 feet wide, and 1.5 feet tall, and is essentially comparable in length to a large sport utility vehicle. The 3D printed trim tool weights a whopping 1,650 pounds, and exceeds the minimum size of 10.6 cubic feet that was required to achieve the Guinness title. The trim-and-drill tool was printed within ORNL’s Manufacturing Demonstration Facility using the Big Area Additive Manufacturing Machine (BAAM), an extremely large-scale 3D printing system developed by ORNL and Cincinnati Incorporated.”
2016 Cincy Magazine Manny Awards
Cincinnati Incorporated has been selected as a winner in Cincy Magazine’s 10th annual Manny Awards in the Biggest Breakthrough category
2016 JEC Innovation Awards
“JEC Composites Magazine Special Prize”
Cincinnati Incorporated (CI), and development partners Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and Dassault Systemes, were honored at the JEC Innovation Awards at JEC World 2016 in Paris, France for their composite innovations through Big Area Additive Manufacturing (BAAM).
2015 R&D 100 Editor's Choice Award
For Process/Prototyping we presented the Editor’s Choice Award to Cincinnati Incorporated and Oak Ridge National Laboratory for their Big Area Additive Manufacturing (BAAM-CI) technology. The technology is 10 times larger, 20 times cheaper and 200 times faster than similar polymer additive manufacturing technology and enables components of arbitrary geometry to be 3-D printed.
2015 R&D 100 Award
"One of the 100 Most Technologically Significant New Products of the Year"
Cincinnati Incorporated and Oak Ridge National Laboratory collect process/prototyping product of the year for their collaboration on Big Area Additive Manufacturing machine.
2015 CAMX AWARD
Cincinnati Incorporated (Harrison, OH) and the Manufacturing Demonstration Facility at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (Knoxville, TN) were honored with the CAMX Combined Strength Award. Like composites show strength when complementary materials are combined CI and ORNL combined their expertise and created BAAM or Big Area Additive Manufacturing.