Carnegie Mellon team tackles security issues for networked 3D printers

Carnegie Mellon University researchers have developed a tool for identifying and addressing cybersecurity vulnerabilities in networked 3D printers.   In work funded by the Pittsburgh university’s Manufacturing Futures Initiative, Vyas Sekar and Matthew McCormack have created a system to identify a printer’s security vulnerabilities and identify potential routes of attack.    “For example, it can…

Carbon Revolution signs contract with unnamed SUV company

Geelong-based one-piece carbon fibre wheel manufacturer Carbon Revolution has announced a contract with an unnamed global maker of sport utility vehicles (SUVs).   CEO Jake Dingle said the deal meant there were now five global automotive manufacturers using his company’s high-performance wheels.    “SUVs represent a very important new segment of the market for Carbon…