Conflux join forces with Deakin University and IFM

Conflux Technology has joined forces with Deakin University’s School of Engineering and Institute for Frontier Materials (IFM) to develop new aluminum alloys for Conflux’s 3D-printed heat exchangers. The nine-month research collaboration, which is supported by USD 138,000 in funding from the Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (IMCRC), will deliver alloys with enhanced material properties that optimize heat exchange operations. The IMCRC activate project had the potential to catalyze significant advances in Australia’s additive manufacturing capabilities.

The School of Engineering and IFM were excited to be working hand in glove with Conflux Technology to design, manufacture, and characterize the revolutionary novel aluminum alloys.

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