Pittsburgh International Airport Announces Epicenter of Additive Manufacturing

Pittsburgh International Airport has announced plans for Neighborhood 91, the world’s first development to condense and connect all components of the additive manufacturing/3D printing supply chain into one production neighborhood concept. Construction will begin in 2020.

Neighborhood 91, developed in conjunction with the University of Pittsburgh, is the first development of the 195-acre Pittsburgh Airport Innovation Campus and will be adjacent to the airport terminal and runway. Argon gas supplier and recycler Arencibia has committed to be the anchor tenant. The University of Pittsburgh is a key partner – both for its research and development and workforce development.

The site will contain all elements of the additive manufacturing supply chain, including an onsite communal supply of powder.

For more information, visit www.Neighborhood91.com.