3D Printing

Ultra-thin optical fibers could make it possible to use 3D printers to repair damaged tissues in humans.
3:20pm
1.17.2018
A team of researchers have demonstrated a new 3D printing method that yields control of the arrangement of short fibers embedded in polymer matrices.
by Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
8:00am
1.16.2018
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The digital reconstruction of the skull of a 200-million-year-old South African dinosaur has made it possible for researchers to make 3D prints.
by University of the Witwatersrand
3:51pm
1.12.2018
A new 3D printing technique allows researchers to replicate biological structures, which could be used for tissue regeneration and replica organs.
by Imperial College London
3:33pm
1.10.2018
'3DEAL' is a simple and inexpensive fabrication technique able to generate complex molecular patterns within soft matter.
by Queen Mary University of London
7:00am
12.27.2017
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Researchers said they plan to streamline their processes based on feedback received from the Marines in order to enable unprecedented situational awareness.
by U.S. Army Research Laboratory
10:03am
12.19.2017
The laser light, which is at a higher intensity where the beams intersect, is kept on for about 10 seconds, enough time to cure the object.
by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
12:59pm
12.15.2017
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Researchers have created artificial organ models from a 3D printer that mimic the exact anatomical structure, mechanical properties and look and feel of real...
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3:25pm
12.6.2017
Engineers from the MIT have created a new ink from genetically programmed living cells that are engineered to light up in response to a variety of stimuli.
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4:00pm
12.5.2017
There will soon be nothing that cannot be produced with 3D printing.
by ETH Zurich
7:30am
12.4.2017
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The researchers printed various detailed, handheld 3D objects within minutes including small eyeglass frames, a bevel gear and a miniature replica.
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10:30am
11.29.2017
Their samples strive to use as little material as possible and still provide strength and compressibility.
by Rice University
1:29pm
11.16.2017
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Scientists have created a new method to print electronic circuits using a 3D printer.
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3:41pm
11.9.2017
The new device consists of an array of small nozzles through which a fluid containing particles of a polymer are pumped.
by MIT
1:53pm
11.2.2017
"Marine grade" stainless steel is valued for its performance under corrosive environments and for its high ductility.
by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
8:55am
11.1.2017
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With a 3D printer, a wide variety of objects can be built layer by layer, enabling significant advancements in medicine, engineering, technology, and more.
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2:52pm
10.31.2017
New research suggests microbe biofilms created with a 3D printer could help reduce one of the most damaging greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.
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10:11am
10.31.2017
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Flaws like this can limit the ductility and strength of parts that require heavy load efforts, like the landing gear of airplanes.
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3:57pm
10.30.2017
One significant advantage of 3D-printed concrete is its potential to decrease construction costs and open up opportunities for architects to be more creative.
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9:59am
10.30.2017
Thanks to 3D printing, customers across the country can now order a customized loafer, sneaker or sandal designed specifically to fit their exact foot.
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3:08pm
10.26.2017
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Researchers have established a novel process for 3D printing with cellulose, using the widely available cellulose derivative, cellulose acetate.
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3:05pm
10.25.2017
The printer squirts stacks of silicone, glue and gel electrolyte pastes like a layer cake, to make what looks like a clear festival wristband.
by Brunel University London
9:19am
10.24.2017
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Scientists are exploring how additive manufacturing could help create new tools to help astronauts survive in the dark recesses of space.
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2:34pm
10.16.2017
A growing number of archaeologists are taking real items discovered during research expeditions and translating them into 3D digital avatars
by Bernard K. Means, Ph.D., RPA, Director, Virtual Curation Laboratory at Virginia Commonwealth University
1:41pm
10.13.2017
The café is made of 700-pounds of stainless steel and includes a front counter, back counter and door.
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10:27am
10.12.2017
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Additive manufacturing is predicted to revolutionize a number of industries, but the healthcare field could benefit the most from this technology.
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11:28am
10.6.2017
Additive manufacturing, or 3D printing, uses a digital model to build an object of any size or shape.
by Ivar Menendez, University of Saskatchewan, The Conversation
2:42pm
9.22.2017
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Researchers have developed a technique for successfully 3D printing high-strength aluminum alloys.
by HRL Laboratories
5:01pm
9.21.2017
Structures created by 3D printers that can fold themselves could lead to a number of new applications, including 3D printable robots.
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3:16pm
9.13.2017
Artificial organs may soon be cheaper and more efficient with the advent of a new bio-ink that can be printed and molded into specific organ or tissue shapes.
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10:46am
9.13.2017
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