NVIDIA Researchers have developed an improved technique for automatically generating 3D models from text input.
What are the implications for 3D printing from the development of an interaction-free quantum camera?
An obscure experiment on board the International Space Station could be a path for a very unusual 3D printing technique.
Researchers from Cambridge have developed a new form of 3D printing called Rotational multimaterial 3D printing, “RM-3DP”.
Researchers have analyzed the long-term durability of the most commonly 3D printed materials, PLA and ABS.
Are 3D printer prices rising or falling? It’s not an easy question to answer.
Researchers from the University of Calgary have developed a “liquid in liquid” 3D printing material.
CASTOR has released a report on 3D printed part sustainability, and it has some interesting reveals.
A new research paper describes a method of 3D printing copper and steel within the same job.
Researchers have developed a new way to 3D print resin in multiple materials using centrifugal force.
Women in 3D Printing released their annual “Diversity for Additive Manufacturing” report earlier this month.
Researchers have developed the incredible ability to 3D print copper at atomic scales.
I’m reading about a new and highly unusual 3D printing process, “HIAM”.
Sculpteo released their fascinating annual survey of 3D printing last week.
TU Delft researchers have demonstrated 3D printing with waste cellulose and lignin materials.
Our post describing a new approach for multimaterial powder recoating generated some discussion.
Essentium released the 2022 edition of their annual additive manufacturing survey.
One of the most interesting technologies we observed at Formnext 2022 was a new way to 3D print multiple materials in powder.
AirLogic is a project to 3D print circuits. Not electronic circuits, but pneumatic circuits.
Researchers have found a method to enable 3D printing of biodegradable polymer objects.
Anisoprint has set up an unusual 3D print research centre at Jacobs University in Bremen, Germany.
Scientists have developed a method of using 3D printing to deliver powerful mosquito repellent.
The devil is in the details, say researchers at Autodesk University.
Researchers have developed a highly unusual technique for 3D printing metal objects that are both strong and ductile.
Researchers have developed a new method of removing toxic metal pollutants from water using a 3D printed technique.
Researchers at ETH Zurich have developed a method of 3D printing with salt, which is being commercialized.
There’s a new scale for 4D printing.
Automaker Tesla could use a new 3D printable steel alloy to build electric vehicles in the future.
Researchers have found a way to 3D print fully martensitic stainless steel.
Researchers have developed “iCLIP”, a new 3D print process that is 5-10X faster than current resin 3D printing processes.
New research has proven it is possible to use drones to 3D print large objects.
Researchers from Chemical Insights and Prusa Research have published reports on 3D printer safety that should be standard reading for all participants.
New research demonstrates an ability have potentially infinite build volume when 3D printing.
New research seems to have developed a way to 3D print bioelectronic components.
There’s now a way to 3D print ice.
Sketch2Pose provides an intriguing capability that might eventually lead to a new way of 3D modeling.
Researchers at Jacobs University in Germany are developing a large format 3D printer.
Researchers at the University of Virginia have been experimenting with some highly unusual 3D printing material.
New research has shown a way to 3D print wooden objects that automatically unfold.
New research could show a way to increase 3D printed food adoption and at the same increase protein intake.
Have you ever hoped your 3D printer would automatically correct errors as it prints? That seems to now be possible.
Researchers have developed a method of 3D printing composite material at relatively low temperatures.
Researchers at the University of Amherst and Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a unique metal alloy that could prove highly useful in additive manufacturing.
Researchers have developed a unique and very powerful FFF extrusion technology they call “MF3”.
Researchers have developed a method of 3D printing extremely small structures using copper.
A recent industry report from CONTEXT indicates major shifts in 3D printer purchases in 2022.
Researchers have developed a method of 3D printing single crystal nickel structures.
Researchers at NVIDIA have created a unique method of producing 3D models from 2D images.
Researchers at TU Chemnitz have developed a unique method to produce temperature resistant housings for electrical applications.
A research team from UCLA has been able to 3D print a small robot in (almost) a single print job.
This year’s report highlights the industry’s return to pre-pandemic growth as well as the emergence of exciting new trends.
“Direct Sound Printing”, “DSP”, is an entirely new way to 3D print solid objects.
New research shows a way to optimize human 3D printed implants for more personalized microstructure.
Volumetric 3D printing is the future, but it’s had a significant limitation: it must use transparent resin. Until now.
Researchers have developed a novel and highly effective 3D printable system for delivering vaccines to individuals.
Sculpteo has launched their annual industry survey, and we encourage readers to respond.
Researchers at the University of Oxford have developed a microscopic printer that is made of DNA molecules.
Glass 3D printing is a very challenging technology but researchers have found a different way to 3D print that common material.
Researchers have used a unique process to develop an enzyme that dissolves thermoplastic.
New developments in volumetric 3D printing suggest only one future for resin 3D printing: volumetric.
There are several basic approaches to achieving a 3D scan, but one you may not have heard of is photometric stereo scanning.
Researchers have found a way to 3D print glass objects almost instantly using a volumetric process.
New research into molecular robotics hints at a possible future method of building objects.
Researchers have developed a method of 3D scanning that can resolve structures as small as 7nm, or 0.000007mm.
Researchers are developing an interesting system to dramatically improve print quality for metal 3D prints.
There’s many applications of 3D printing, but perhaps none more important than those that help solve the climate emergency.
Researchers have developed a mathematical model to predict extrusion widths to improve 3D print quality.
New research has developed a method of 3D printing in brilliant iridescent colors.
New research could enable an explosion of very inexpensive, very high resolution 3D scanners.
Researchers have made a technical breakthrough that could eventually change the use of recycled material for 3D printing.
Linde intends on doing some deep research on powder materials for 3D printing.
Charles R. Goulding and Warren Buzzell Jr. look at the use of 3D printing at Sweden’s KTH technical university.
The 2022 Wohlers report on Additive Manufacturing has been released.
Researchers have developed a technique to fabricate tiny 3D objects using an unusual molecular force.
Researchers have been developing methods of 3D printing electronic circuits for use in high temperature environments.
On Tuesday, International Women’s Day, Women in 3D Printing released their regular Diversity For Additive Manufacturing report.
The University of Maine’s Composites Center designed and 3D printed what appears to be the largest ships ever produced with the technology.
Funding has been provided to researchers working on an “atomic” 3D printer for producing solar cells.
A PhD student in New Zealand is 3D printing catalysts to enable use of safer rocket propellants.
Charles R. Goulding and Warren Buzzell Jr. look at the contributions to 3D printing that are taking place at Stony Brook University.
MakerBot released their annual “State of 3D Printing” report and as usual it includes some interesting statistics.
Charles R. Goulding and Randall Rothbort examine a new approach for producing bioinks using microbes.
A researcher at MIT has developed a method of 3D printing invisible labels on objects.
Researchers at the Technical University of Denmark announced the development of a new volumetric 3D printing process they call “TVP”.
New research has developed an incredibly powerful X-ray system that could directly show microstructures in 3D prints as they are made.
A new research paper investigates the rather long list of applications for 3D printed lattices.
Researchers have found a way to directly use photosynthesis to power a mobile rover using a 3D printed design.
Interesting research from the Technical University of Denmark shows how to break into a new industry.
A paper released last month describes an efficient method for splitting 3D models, enabling 3D printing of large objects on smaller machines.
Researchers at the University of Minnesota have developed an unusual process to 3D print a prototype OLED display that’s actually flexible.
A unique application for 3D printing has been developed by a student at Texas A&M.
Researchers have identified a technique for 3D printing sand with great strength.
Researchers have developed an unusual method of producing a battery, one that could be integrated into 3D printers.