With 10+ affiliated faculty from engineering, medicine and dentistry the AMRC supports and promotes the broad range of additive manufacturing research activities at the University of Louisville. Current faculty research is funded by industry and multiple federal agencies, including DoD (Navy, Air Force and Army), NASA and NSF.

The School of Dentistry is a national leader in digital dentistry including image capture, computer simulation and design, and fabrication of medical and dental devices.

The Bioficial Organs Program aims to create human tissues and organs for clinical therapeutics and in-vitro drug testing using 3D bioprinting technologies.

Established in 1993 the Rapid Prototyping Center (RPC) consortium provides companies access to state-of-the-art capabilities in additive manufacturing. With emphasis on laser and e-beam powder bed processes for metals, plastics and ceramics, the RPC combines the expertise of its professional staff with strategic partnerships in additive technologies.

The Additive Manufacturing Competency Center offers hands-on professional training in AM technologies.  

The University of Louisville is part of NSF's National Nanotechnology Coordinating infrastructure.The UofL node in this network, Kentucky Multi-scale Manufacturing and Nano Integration Node (MMNIN), is focused on integrating manufacturing technology over widely different length scales, that is, combining micro/nano fabrication processes with 3D additive manufacturing. Such integrated devices can provide new solutions to real-life problems in healthcare, energy, the environment, communications and security.