A Baltimore materials company won a $2.7 million U.S. Department of Energy grant to create a new style of ceramic packaging for electronics, an innovation that is designed to improve the performance of electric vehicles and aircraft. Synteris uses 3D printing to create uniquely shaped ceramic packaging for power electronic modules, the devices used to transfer energy from a battery to something like an electric motor for a car. The company plans to use the grant for research and development, such as mechanical testing to showcase the viability of its ceramics, Chief Technology Officer Adam Peters said.
Baltimore startup gets $2.7M federal grant to develop innovative 3D printing technique
June 22, 2022