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Oct. 2, 2020
Hunter Martin, lead metallurgist and a research staff member in the Materials and Microsystems Laboratory at HRL Laboratories, will be presenting "Linking Microstructure Control and Additive Manufacturing."
Zoom link; passcode: 366975
For more information on the MateriAlZ Seminar Series visit material-az.org.
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