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Researchers have found a way to reverse engineer a 3D printed part by examining its microstructure.
Feedback Wanted For Women In 3D Printing Special Edition Of Diversity For Additive Manufacturing Report
Women in 3D Printing is seeking feedback for a special edition of the Diversity for Additive Manufacturing report.
Researchers have developed a new method of cutting tiny 2D materials, but could this be the foundation of a new type of 3D printer?
Researchers as UC Davis have developed an unusual new form of 3D printing that uses Droplet-Based Multiphase Emulsion.
Researchers have demonstrated an approach for creating 3D printed magnetic structures with high resolution.
I’m reading the lengthy PhD thesis from Ivanna Baturynska, who has extensively investigated the possibility of using advanced AI techniques to optimize 3D print jobs.
Researchers have developed a highly unusual form of 3D printing that allows printing to take place inside a living body.
Researchers in the US military have developed a set of tests to determine the strength of 3D printed parts that could aid in future metal 3D printing quality control.
3D print service Sculpteo today released the results of their latest comprehensive annual survey of 3D printing use worldwide, and there’s several important findings.
3D printed microlenses have been produced by researchers for use in spectroscopy.
Researchers have developed a way to expand 3D printed objects 40x using foam.
Researchers have developed an unusual metal 3D printing process that requires no post processing, electrostatic hydrodynamic redox.