CAAAM repair for a skullCAAAM leads disruptive technology development in support of U.S. manufacturing prowess


The center seeks to strengthen regional science and engineering research, development and innovation; advance education and workforce training in additive manufacturing processes; and lead disruptive technology development in support of U.S. manufacturing prowess.


To serve as a catalyst in fostering innovative industry-academia-government partnerships through science and engineering of agile and adaptive additive manufacturing.


Support and strengthen interdisciplinary collaborations in science and engineering of materials;

Enable the 21st-century data-capable workforce that supports U.S. leadership in additive manufacturing; and

Serve as a model for incubating new centers of excellence and to strengthen research and academic excellence in support of UNT’s pursuit of National Research University status.