LATEST 3D PRINTING RESEARCH
Andressa Bonafe y Preeti Sulibhavi examinan la interacción entre la composición demográfica y la actividad de impresión 3D.
Andressa Bonafe and Preeti Sulibhavi examine the interplay between demographic makeup and 3D printing activity.
MakerBot has released its 2020 3D Printing Trends Report, and there are some very interesting findings within it.
Researchers have developed what appears to be a far more accessible method of developing highly complex 3D models for 3D printing.
Researchers at the University of Duisburg-Essen have developed a way to generate colors during SLS 3D printing processes.
A test device made by the Oak Ridge National Lab has developed a prototype device that can more efficiently capture CO2.
Non-planar 3D printing is perhaps a term you’re not familiar with, but if Gabriel Boutin has his way, you will in the future.
New research has uncovered a potential method for 3D printing ceramic materials using microwaves.
Women in 3D Printing’s 2020 Diversity for Additive Manufacturing report is a special edition, and it’s something everyone should read.
Researchers in Austin have developed a method of successfully 3D printing a soil mixture, but it’s not as easy as it sounds.
Researchers have found a way to directly observe micro-cracking of 3D printed tungsten metal.
I’ve recently been corresponding with reader Michał Baran, who has been working on one of the most unusual 3D printing processes yet seen.