Different additive manufacturing capabilities have been co-developed and implemented on three beamlines at NSLS-II.
A printing platform was developed and implemented at the CHX beamline for operando studies of structure and dynamics during
Continuous-flow Direct Writing (CDW) processing. To avoid artifacts in XPCS measurements and preserve spatial resolution in microbeam experiments, eliminating vibrations during the printing process was an important design goal. 
SmarAct has developed the XYZ stage for positioning of the printbed. It is based on a serial combination of linear stages of the SLC and SLL Series. The gantry that is being used to position the printheads makes use of one of the key feature of the SLL Product Series, which is its unique ability to use several piezo driven carriages on a single rail. Here this feature is being used to simultaneously
hold two different printheads, one of which can be also equipped with a Y-translation. This is realized by an SLS-3232 linear stage that can be mounted on top of one of the carriages. See the latest article of the group for more details about the experimental setup and first results. 
 L. Wiegart, G. S. Doerk, M. Fukuto, S. Lee, R. Li, G. Marom, M. M. Noack, C. O. Osuji, M. H. Rafailovich, J. A. Sethian, Y. Shmueli, M. Torres Arango, K. Toth, K. G. Yager & R. Pindak (2019) Instrumentation for In situ/Operando X-ray Scattering Studies of Polymer Additive Manufacturing Processes, Synchrotron Radiation News, 32:2, 20-27, DOI: 10.1080/08940886.2019.1582285